It’s amazing how similar dogs can be with people. Just like how people are timid, adventurous, strong, and a lot more attributes, dogs can have the same multitude of characteristics.
Looking at history, after dogs have evolved from wolves, human beings created relationships with them in places all over the world. After then, the purpose of breeding dogs changed from location to location. Just look at how the beagle evolved to have such powerful noses for hunting and tracking.
To name a few activities where dogs were bred for: hunting, herding, protection, assisting police and military, and, more recently, aiding handicapped individuals. Hence their title “Man’s Best Friend.”
All these characteristics make a unique combination of a dog’s personality. The rest of a dog’s attitude is formed with its upbringing. Let’s find out which dog personality matches yours.
1. Dogs With Strong Personality
- Tibetan Mastiff
Big, furry creatures that are not only confident, but also charismatic, also very intelligent, and determined. You know what that means, these Tibetan Mastiffs are proud and have a commanding personality. So, when it comes to training them, you will need to assert a little bit extra effort on showing who is the pack leader.
So if you think you’re up to the challenge, have a strong personality, strong enough to show command, then a Tibetan Mastiff is for you.
A confident and self-possessed creature that won’t care what you think about her. She may be small, but she likes to assert control, Pekingese pups will ignore your scoldings not really regarding the consequences, but with a little elbow grease and perseverance, you will surely gain this breed’s trust and respect, and after that, you will find them reliable and well mannered.
2. Ultimate Cuddle Buddies
- Golden Retriever
One of the cutest pups, very energetic, passionate, and charismatic. Very sociable creatures that they are impressively tuned in to the needs of others around them. If you want that perfect furry companion loyal to your every move, then getting a Golden Retriever pup should be your next move.
- Labrador Retriever
Sharing the Golden Retriever’s warm, compassionate personality is the Labrador Retriever. What’s different though is Labrador’s thirst for sport, and adventure. Energetic, agile, and game for whatever venture you have in mind.
3. Bichon Frise
Also known as the “cheerleader” of the dog world, these creatures are very energetic, generally social, and thrive on human interaction and will always reciprocate to make people happy. If you live an upbeat life and would like to play with little white bundles of joy, I suggest that you get a Bichon Frise pup.
A mix between a Pomeranian and a Siberian Husky, These creatures are intelligent, playful, and stubborn, they require close attention while they are still puppies so that when they are fully grown, aggressiveness can be avoided. Generally, a Pomsky is a perfect fit for a caring and nurturing individual. It is really important for the pomsky owners to know all about pomsky.
5. French Bulldog
Do you know the saying big things come in small packages? Well, the French Bulldog, may be small, but it packs a big personality. Friendly, feisty, very lovable, and also quite stubborn that this pup will go against your wishes to jump on the off-limits sofa.
The ever so popular, energetically cute, and of course the life of the party, the Corgi. Very warm, and intelligent, but too playful that they have trouble focusing on one task at a time. This pup is the choice for people with playful and optimistic personalities.
The ever so loved Beagles are the best choice for individuals wanting to come home to a very playful and active fur baby, surely getting a Beagle pup will add that extra happiness to your already joyous life. These creatures are very sociable and can’t wait to show you that they love you.
8. Chow Chow
The furriest of them all, these fluffy giants, resemble a personality closer to those of felines. They are very intelligent, though as it may seem they have that blank stare, they would like nothing else but to by your side than alone.
9. Jack Russel Terrier
Very intelligent creatures, Jack Russel Terriers are also extremely agile and energetic, a perfect choice for a family dog, but they can also enjoy solitude every now and then.
10. German Shepherd
I would be lying if I said there’s a more loyal breed than that of German Shepherds. Very obedient, watchful, and intelligent. These creatures want to serve a purpose and make sure that everyone is safe, that’s why these dogs are frequently used in the military for their relentless loyalty. If you need someone to share the load of responsibilities with, look no further as the loyal German Shepherd has your back.
Choosing the right pup may be a difficult choice, but once you have assessed your personality and the attributes of your fur baby, then it will be a lot easier task to deal with. Good luck and congratulations in advance for getting your new pup!