Quiz: Can We Guess What Dog Breed Best Suits You?
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Can We Guess What Dog Breed Best Suits You?
By: Steven Miller
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About This Quiz

Each dog breed has its unique characteristics and personality traits, making it possible to take your temperament and find a great match for you. We'll also take a look at what your priorities and expectations are for your dog. When it's all said and done, we'll make a recommendation for the breed that is sure to hold a special place in your heart.

If you're someone who tends to be highly aggressive in your life and you have a fairly intimidating presence about you, perhaps the Pit Bull would be a good fit for you. On the other hand, maybe you lack in these qualities, and you would feel a lot more comfortable having this breed standing by your side. Either way, this could be the loyal friend you've been looking for.

Alternatively, maybe you want everyone always to feel welcome when they walk through the door of your home. If you love to cuddle and you consider yourself to be a kind and loving person, it's likely that the Golden Retriever would be ideal. If you have a large circle of friends and you enjoy meeting new people, then it seems clear that this breed would be a solid choice.

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