Know the Differences: Low-Drive vs. High-Drive Dogs

Dogs possess many natural drives for survival. For example: food drive (to eat), prey drive (to hunt), retrieve drive (to bring food back to the pack), etc. Some dogs possess an exceptionally a high drive for certain instincts, like to hunt, which makes them better suited for training in a number of fields. Others possess a low drive for most instincts other than food. These dogs are generally best trained using food. Knowing the differences…