What breed of dog is the best for you?

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2019-02-25 21:25:08
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What breed of dog is the best for you?

Dogs, similar to people, differ from each other. Each breed has its own distinctive features: for example, some likes to run, and some to sleep. Find out, which dog breed is the best for you :)

Do you like long walks?

Yes

No

Do you like active outdoor games?

Yes

No

Would you say you have a lot of endurance?

Yes

No

Do you need a guard dog?

Yes

No

Do you have children?

Yes

No

Do you like big dogs?

Yes

No

Do you do routine tasks quietly?

Yes

No

Can you NOT share a treat with a dog, who asks for it?

Yes

No

Can you call yourself a lazy person?

Yes

No

Do you have a lot of empty space at home?

Yes

No

Do you often raise your voice during a conversation or a quarrel?

Yes

No

Do you move often?

Yes

No

Are you annoyed by a loud and frequent sound of dog barking?

Yes

No

Do you have a big family?

Yes

No

Is it easy for you to wake up early in the morning?

Yes

No

Do you have pets at home?

Yes

No

Sanguine Dogs

Sanguine dogs are calm, balanced, and hold affection for people. They are interested in a game, get along well with other pets, and execute commands. They aren't dangerous to people, therefore, families with children are recommended to buy a sanguine dog. They are excellent as apartment dogs. They protect their owners, play with children, and participate in exhibitions and competitions. If you train them properly they become good guards, guide dogs and companions. But sanguine dogs have some shortcomings: sometimes male dogs demonstrate aggression towards other dogs.Sanguine breeds of dogs are Collie, Dachshund, Labrador, Boxer, Great Dane, Airedale, Poodle, Pug-Dog, and Bull Terrier.

Choleric Dogs

Choleric dogs are mobile, active, and restless. They quickly react to various excitators, often bark, and whine. They want to play constantly. They fight with other animals. Be careful when these dogs play with children and strangers. Choleric dogs are good for training, hunting, and outdoor living - competitions, long walks, and sports. These dogs are the best friends of active people. They may be leaders. A lack of walks and mobile activities will make your choleric dog bore in the apartment. They will begin to spoil the furniture and other property as well as to bark and whine. All small dogs are often qualified as choleric dogs. Also, they include representatives of such breeds as Poodle, Doberman, Dalmatian, Fox Terrier, German Shepherd, and all greyhound breeds.

Phlegmatic Dogs

Phlegmatic dogs have the following features: calm, stability, friendliness, silence, and emotional stability. They move a little and execute commands poorly. They prefer to do whatever they like, but not what they are asked to do. The breeds with the predominance of phlegmatic temperament include Caucasian and Central Asian shepherd dogs, Newfoundland, Bobtail, Dogue de Bordeaux, Leonberger, and Rottweiler.

Melancholic dogs

Melancholic dogs are touchy and cowardly by nature. Melancholic dogs are shy and nervous. They don't get along well with other animals; they whine more than bark. They get accustomed to new circumstances rather hard, which makes it difficult to sell these dogs. They bark and put their tail between their legs defending themselves.Breeds of melancholic dogs include St. Bernard, Mastiff, Bullmastiff, American Bulldog, and Dogo Argentino.