Top 5 Dog Breeds that suit your personality the best

March 2

Dog is a man’s best friend, but how can you ensure you are the perfect fit for him?

Often, people like a particular breed of dog more than the others, and there’s a scientific reason for it. It’s not the dog, it’s mostly you – because dogs are loyal and very accommodating creatures that are only capable of loving unconditionally, but we humans, on the other hand, can be a little too conditional on the love front. So, make sure when you bring a furry friend home, you know what you’re getting into and that your personalities are a good match. 

A German Shepherd will claw its way into anyone who dares threaten you physically, while a Golden Retriever will paw its way into your heart like the goofballs they are. While the former is the top guard dog, the latter is a top cuddle dog. One’s used for protection, while the other is used for therapy. 

And these were just one of the differences between just two of the most popular dog breeds. Let’s dive into the puppy world where it’s all about chasing squirrels, fetching sticks, and being a goofy good boy/girl!

Inquisitive and Hardworking

Shih Tzu

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If you’re one of those people who likes for things to be in order, while everyone is letting their hair down and having fun then you respect hard work and are a bit more attached to your roots. Your belief is that every citizen owes contribution to society to keep it functional. You love reading a good book or listening to podcasts.

So, what’s your ideal dog breed?

Your furry partner is meant to be confident and self-sufficient. The breed might be difficult to train at first, but will be obedient, respectful, and disciplined once trained. Some of the breeds that are a good match to you are Boston Terrier, Japanese Chin, English Toy Spaniel, Chinese Tibetan Spaniel, Crested, Bull Terrier, Pekingese, or Shih Tzu.

Helpful and Go-getter

German Shepherd

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You show up when people need you – your favorite pass time is volunteering. You thrive by helping others and are very observant of your surroundings and are hell-bent on keeping your loved ones safe and sound.

So, what’s your ideal dog breed?

Just like you, your ideal dog breed will be hardworking, loyal, and gentle – loves interacting with humans and is eager to please. That brings you to German Shepherd, Belgian Sheepdog, Dutch Shepherd, or even smaller breeds like Bolognese, Maltese, Havanese, or Bichon Frise.

Social butterfly and ambitious

Beagle

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You’re very optimistic and work hard to get to where you want to be, but you also like to have fun on the side. You just have a knack for attracting people and being an impromptu performance when life throws a difficult situation at you. People love being your friends and you are well-liked in your social circle.

So, what’s your ideal dog breed?

The perfect dog for you is adventurous, social, and gets along with animals and humans alike. Some of your options are Beagle, American Foxhound, Rhodesian Ridgeback, Brussels Griffon, and Basset Hound.

Individualistic and Original

Shiba Inu

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You are very unique and often creative as well, you do sometimes feel left out due to your uniqueness and choosy nature when it comes to picking company. You want to be surrounded by meaningful things and look for value in every aspect. You also have the humility to laugh at yourself and bear a good sense of humor.

So, what’s your ideal dog breed?

Your ideal dog is peaceful, companionable, and a little laidback. The dog can keep himself company if need be and is very independent. Your choices here are Akita, Kishu Ken, Border Collie, Shiba Inu, and Australian Shepherd.

Investigative and Thoughtful

Parson Russell Terrier

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You have a knack for learning new things and are very challenging and competitive. You give your 100% to the task at hand and can talk for hours about topics you’re passionate about. You’re not the jack of all, master of none type – you pick your niche and give it your all.

So, what’s your ideal dog breed?

Dogs that are aloof and pensive, kind of like a cat are your best picks. They enjoy intimacy only with a few select people they trust, you might also like a dog that is energetic and intelligent enough to keep itself stimulated and busy. Some of your best picks here are Wire Fox Terrier, Chow Chow, Greyhound, Parson Russell Terrier, and Tibetan Mastiff.