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The Dog Breed You Choose Can Reveal Surprising Parts Of Your Personality

by Nicole Cannizzaro
Nicole is a writer who studied journalism. She loves music and spending time with her family.

Dogs are said to be man’s best friends, but every woman who has a dog knows that they’re a woman’s best friend too.

No matter what dog you decide to adopt, they’ve all been picked out by you, for you, most likely because something stood out to you.

Whether it was their adorable little face that you wanted to pamper with love, or their spunky, happy personality that you couldn’t resist adding to your life, you chose based on their appearance and energy that they gave off.

And sometimes that means that those two things might have been similar to your own!

Below, we decided to take a look at a bunch of dog breeds as compared to their owners. Do you match up or do you balance each other out?

Maybe this could help you decide on what breed is right for your lifestyle!

Scroll through below to see what your dog’s breed says about your personality, and why you might just be the perfect pair!

1. Golden Retrievers

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Golden retrievers are known for their loyalty and friendliness. So it’s no surprise that their owners are the honest, social butterflies of the world.

With this dog’s carefree mindset, trusting heart, and active lifestyle, they’re perfect for a family!

2. Bulldogs

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This stubborn and silly breed has an owner similar to their traits too.

Although they can look intimidating, once you cuddle up together they’re one of the most gentle and loving beings in the world!

Their owners enjoy loving and laughing with the people around them.

3. Toy Breeds

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What better travel buddy than one that can fit in your purse? A toy breeder’s owner loves to travel.

This fun-loving pair takes serious pride in their appearance and social lives, but that doesn’t mean they can’t enjoy a night in, cuddling with a bottle of wine.

4. Boxers

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Boxers are some of the highest-energy dogs. They live to the fullest and are perfect for the active owners who want to continue a playful life.

Their happy and silly demeanor will banish stress and get their owners to see the silver linings in life!

Want to get in shape? Take your boxer on a run and feast your eyes on a beautiful speed demon.

5. Cocker Spaniels

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These regal-looking dogs are just like a queen — sweet, gentle, and poised.

Owners of these pretty pups are thought to be busy, but always more of a family person.

They enjoy spending time in the company of their loved ones.

6. German Shepherds

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German shepherds are the silent, warmhearted dogs of the bunch.

They may seem intimidating, but they’re truly just very loyal and protective.

This dog breed is commonly owned by a respected person who is surprisingly selfless, but strong.

7. Rottweilers

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This breed is commonly known as intimidating, when in reality they’re quite laid back.

But, if something wrong ever does happen, they are quick to react in defense of their loved ones.

These owners are strong themselves and know that they need a loyal, respected dog by their side.

8. Pugs

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Some people might say that pugs are like class clowns.

Either you love them, or you hate them, but if you love them then they’re your zesty life partner.

Both pugs and their owners enjoy being pampered and live life cheerfully.

9. Huskies

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If you have a husky, you’re a natural leader and you’re probably just as determined in your life as your dog is walking up a mountain.

Being active is a part of your life, and your husky wouldn’t have it any other way.

10. Pitbulls

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Pit bulls are often misunderstood, but the truth is, they are the dogs with the strongest desire to make everyone surrounding them happy.

They are just as courageous as their owners and are constantly looking for love and looking out for others.

They’re also surprisingly great babysitters!

What did your dog breed reveal about you? Do you and your dog share personality traits or do you complement one another? Let us know in the comments, and please SHARE with others to see what their dog breeds say about them!