As we know, the dwarves did not succumb to the seven rings as men did to the nine - it merely made them even more greedy, stubborn and wrathful:
For the Dwarves had proved untameable by this means. The only power over them that the Rings wielded was to inflame their hearts with a greed of gold and precious things, so that if they lacked them all other good things seemed profitless, and they were filled with wrath and desire for vengeance on all who deprived them. But they were made from their beginning of a kind to resist most steadfastly any domination. Though they could be slain or broken, they could not be reduced to shadows enslaved to another will; and for the same reason their lives were not affected by any Ring, to live either longer or shorter because of it.
Lord of the Rings, Appendix A, part III "Durin's Folk".
I am wondering: Which long-term effects would the One Ring have on a dwarf? From the quoted passage above, one could easily conclude that even the "One Ring to rule them all" could not dominate the will of a dwarf. If this is true, why, at the council of Elrond, do they never discuss the possibility to let the dwarves carry the ring to Mount Doom? Hobbits may have great resistance against its powers which allows Bilbo and Frodo to carry the ring for a long time before they would eventually (but surely!) succumb to it, but a dwarf might carry it without succumbing to it ever!
In other words: Just brainwash a dwarf to believe that once he destroyed the One Ring, he will get a huge heap of precious gems and metal and BOOM! you get the ultimate Ring-destroyer!