When it comes to getting a dog home, there’s much more that you need to consider than just its looks or cuteness. Like humans, even dogs have different personalities, which makes them behave in a certain way. Wouldn’t it be wonderful to own a dog who’s just like you? Take the quiz in this DogAppy article to know which dog breed best suits your personality.
Did You Know?
Dogs have the ability to understand around 250 words and gestures, and can actually be as intelligent as a two-year-old child.
Dogs and humans have been best friends since ages. There’s something completely different about having a dog. Your dog will always be the one to love you the most, and you can never feel low with it around. You can cuddle these cuddle experts (They indeed are!) when you are having a ‘ruff’ day, and by simply looking at their adorable faces and puppy eyes you tend to forget all your worries. They don’t judge you; they only know how to love you. Dogs not only offer their love and affection, but also help reduce depression, boost immunity, and lower blood pressure.
The first step towards getting a dog home is obviously to know yourself well. Think about the hobbies that you enjoy, your nature, lifestyle, etc. For instance, a shy and quiet person may find it difficult to control a large, hyperactive dog; and a small, lazy pooch may not be suitable for an adventurous and outgoing person. So, to make your task easy, we have come up with a quiz that will help you pick your dog-soulmate! Follow your instincts and answer the following questions honestly!
Picking a Dog for Your Personality
Chances are, like most people, you can’t be slotted into any one category. Your personality is probably a mixture of these qualities. If you get near equals, for example, a near equal number of a’s and b’s, then dog breeds in either of the categories will suit you. However, it is advisable that you treat this quiz as a starting point, and do your own research on dog breeds and their behavior, to gauge which breed suits your personality the best.
Always remember that whichever dog you select, it should be for life (Your dog’s life!). So, think hard and consider your choices very carefully before getting your pooch home.