Discover what your favorite dog breed (or the breed of your current furry buddy) says about your personality below. You never know – you might have more in common than you thought!
Australian Shepherds – Owners of this active, outdoors-loving breed are the kind of people you can find playing Frisbee in the yard or taking a nice long hike in a state park. These people love living life to the fullest and tend to make friends easily. They tend to be competitive, especially when it comes to sports!
Beagles – What’s not to love about the beagle and their adorable puppy eyes that are just begging for a scrap of human food to eat?! Those who own a beagle are said to be loyal, curious, and willing to learn new things. These folks make great friends and bring a lot of laughter and joy in other’s lives. They also tend to be foodies and can have a mischievous side.
Bichon Frises – Do you have a bichon? Then you are more than likely a social butterfly who’s happiest when you’re amongst a big group of friends! You are self-assured and like the finer things in life like art, wine, and dining at nice restaurants. You also tend to enjoy being pampered a bit.
Boxers – Those who are owners of a boxer are said to be busy but playful people who love life and welcome strangers as their new friends. They are generally happy-go-lucky people with high amounts of energy and a zeal for life.
Bulldogs – They look tough on the outside, but bulldogs are actually big softies, and their humans are, too! Bulldog owners are said to be silly, gentle family members who love to laugh and are sentimental and hopeless romantics. These people also can be stubborn, but they are extremely methodical and efficient in crossing off tasks from the ol’ to-do list.
Cocker Spaniels – The owners of these sweet, gentle dogs are charming, trustworthy people. They tend to lead busy lives, but they make sure that spending time with their families comes first. They also are quite good at maintaining a group of close lifelong friends as their true companions (aside from their dog, of course!).
Dachshunds – When the owner of a dachshund has set his or her mind on something, they persevere until they succeed! These folks also love gardening and, very much like their beloved dachshunds, they also like digging things up.
Doberman Pinschers – Dobermans are serious and determined dogs, and their owners tend to be like-minded! Owners of this breed are usually leaders, not followers, and they love to organize tasks, events, and other tasks. These people are typically very organized and are determined to reach achieve their goals.
English Pointers, Weimaraners, and Irish Setters – Do you have one of these big beautiful breeds? Then you might be a fan of the outdoors! Owners of these breeds are intelligent, well-rounded, and courageous. They also are highly motivated, easily excited, and enjoy intense activities such as all day hiking. They also can get bored easily if there’s nothing new and exciting happening.
German Shepherd – Just like the breed, owners of German shepherds tend to be shy or wary of others, but they will warm up quickly once they get to know you. Those who own German shepherds are dedicated to their friends and family and will do anything it takes to protect the ones they love.
Great Danes – Those who have a great dane are naturally responsible and good-hearted people. They tend to put their all into anything they want to accomplish. They also tend to be news hounds and welcome the chance to debate about important issues with others.
Greyhound, Whippet, Basenji, and Other Sight Hounds – The owners of these dogs air on the relaxed, calm, and introverted side. They love being with close friends and would much prefer an outing with a few very close friends than a party full of several unknown people. Alert, curious, and incredibly organized, owners of these breeds are quick and tend to excel at sports as well.
Labs and Golden Retrievers – These dogs are good-natured and friendly, and their owners tend to be the same. These people put their families first and are easy-going and carefree. They are known for having a good sense of humor and an active lifestyle. These social butterflies also love spending time with their friends and family, and they are honest and lovable.
Mixed Breeds – The owners of mixed breeds are fun-loving, carefree, passionate, and open-minded. They like to go with the flow and don’t sweat the small stuff. You can more than likely find them volunteering in organizations they care about or spending time with a big group of friends.
Pit Bulls – Pits bull owners aren’t just courageous and strong; they also have a strong desire to please others and are dedicated to their family and friends. They also enjoy being around kids and tend to be great at watching over children!
Poodles, Chihuahuas, and Toy Breeds – Do you have one of these adorable toy breeds? If so, you probably are a sincere, fun-loving, and loyal person. You have a penchant for traveling (and your tiny four-legged buddy makes an excellent travel partner!). You also tend to take great pride in your appearance and keep neat, orderly homes. You’re also a versatile person who can either enjoy a quiet evening at home with a book or a fun night on the town partying with your friends.
Pugs – Pugs are usually seen as the class clown of the dog world, and those who live with pugs are quite similar. They have a zest for life and are cheerful people who have a great sense of humor. They also tend to enjoy frequent massages and days of pampering at the spa!
Rottweilers – A Rottweiler’s human is usually a confident and loyal person who is devoted to those whom they hold dear. Determined and courageous, these people are usually laid back overall, but they can be quick to react if someone rubs them the wrong way.
Siberian Huskies – Is a Siberian husky your best buddy? Then you’re probably a big sports fan! Whether you’re enjoying Monday Night Football or cheering on your favorite baseball team, you’re more than likely watching the game out somewhere with your friends or from the comfort of your couch. Husky owners also enjoy playing sports, and while they can be strong-willed, they are lovable and enjoy meeting new people.
Terriers – Terriers are a breed that are known for being energetic, playful, and fun-loving, and those who own them are quite similar. Owners of terriers are flexible and able to focus on the task at hand. They are also brave, feisty, and competitive, and they have are talkative folks with a good sense of humor.
So what do you think? Does your dog breed match your personality? Let us know in the comments below or on our Facebook page! And remember, no matter what breed your best buddy is, you have a home away from home here at BauserHaus! Call us at (314) 961-3911 or find us online at www.bauserhaus.com to learn more about us!