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Dog Breed Personality: What Does Your Dog Reveal About You?

They say a dog is a man’s best friend. This is because when you adopted or chose your dog, you saw something in them that represented you. We choose our loyal companions based on their compatibility with us and often, the particular stage we are at in life.

So, whether it was their lovable face you couldn’t resist or their strong-willed, active character that you needed in your life, the type of dog you have, can reveal your personality, the type of person you are and your unique traits.

Here is what your dog breed says about you:

Golden Retriever

Golden Retrievers are known to be the most loyal and friendly breed. Their carefree mindset, warm heart, and active lifestyle reflect your honest, open-minded personality, and love for social gatherings. Their owners, would do just about anything for family and friends and are always expressing kindness towards others.


Doberman’s are highly intelligent and protective of their masters. Their owners can appear closed off and protective at first, which can come across as a bit intimidating, but once people get to know them, they are a sweetheart who is loyal and would do anything for their loved ones.


Poodles love meeting new people, and they are always well-received by others. If you own a poodle, you are a very confident person, sophisticated and well put together. Sometimes people might think you have an air about you, but in reality they always respect you and your big heart.


Spaniels are the queen of dog breeds – versatile, gentle, and poised. Spaniel owners are light-spirited, efficient and often family-orientated people. They get stuff done and can be relied upon by others. Some days they can be found indoors enjoying their own company, and other days, they want to be surrounded by their loved ones.

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

Cavalier King Charles Spaniels love being outside and going for walks as they feel bored and lonely easily. Their ambivert owners also do not like being alone for extended periods of time but are naturally reserved around those that they do not know. They are very loving but a little neurotic at times.

Great Dane

Great Danes are seen as the strong, silent type but really, they are gentle, kind, and sometimes a pushover. They represent your compassionate personality and willingness to help others in need. They are always the first one to be called for help, which can be a blessing and a burden!


Pugs are sprightly and full of energy, and there is never a dull moment with a pug! Pug owners are playful, fun, and naturally grab the attention of others with their kindred spirit. Even though they have vibrant personalities, they also love cuddles, being pampered, and snuggling up with a good book.

Boston Terrier

Boston Terrier dogs have a tough exterior, but they are actually very sensitive and tender inside. If you own a Boston Terrier, you keep your social circle small but valuable. You are a great listener, can relate to people very easily and people confide in you because of your trustworthy personality.


People know Beagle dogs as being the happy-go-lucky type. Their owners enjoy learning new things, can always keep themselves busy and productive, and do not get bored easily. However, they are overly curious and mischievous, which can land them in trouble at times.


Chihuahuas are small but loud. They demand the attention of the room. They represent your large personality and defensive attitude. Even though you can come across as a little bossy, it is only because you want the best for yourself and your loved ones. If someone does or says something you do not agree with, you have no problem speaking up and allowing yourself to be heard.

Labrador Retriever

Labrador Retrievers are fun, reliable, and compliments your inviting personality perfectly. You do not take life too seriously and find joy in the little things. You come across as calm, cool, and collected. Someone who always looks on the bright side of life.


Dachshunds are quirky, unique, and love to stand out. Dachshund owners are the rule breakers of our society. They stand up for what they believe in and do not mind being the center of attention. They are team players and are often found encouraging and empowering others.

Pit Bull

Pit bulls are often misjudged by others. They are seen as dangerous, but actually they have the strongest desire to please others. This represents the way their owners feel in society. They never judge others, because they know exactly how it feels to be unfairly judged and do most things to make others happy. They crave love and are very courageous and resilient.


Bulldogs are charismatic and have a very laid-back personality. If you own a bulldog, certainly you are not a materialistic person, and receive a lot of joy from just hanging out with family and friends. You are often labelled as ‘the comedian’, love playing with kids, and have an occasional grouchy side.


Huskies are active, strong-willed, and undoubtedly determined. If you own a husky, you are a natural-born leader, strong, and have no problems showing others the way. You succeed in everything you want in life and like to rise to the top alone, so you can soak in all the credit for yourself. You struggle to ask for help or rely on others because of your pride.


Greyhounds are the most active dog breed. They are no stranger to exercise and pushing themselves to be better than they were the day before. They represent your active lifestyle and competitive, ambitious personality. When you have a dream or goal, you do not stop until you have achieved success.


Corgis are fun-loving, a little stubborn, and the soul of the party. Corgi owners are social butterflies, creative, and often found being a master of multi-tasking. They love routine, achieving their daily goals, and will never miss a meal!

German Shepherd

German Shepherds are the silent, warm-hearted type. They are smart, very athletic, and trustworthy. Their owners are not afraid of hard work, are strong, dependable, and can get easily agitated when bored. They love being busy and having a sense of purpose. They hate just ‘sitting around’.

Mixed Breed

If you own a dog that is a mixed breed, you love variety and enjoy living life to the fullest. You live your life spontaneously and hate planning things too far in advance. This is because you can be a little indecisive and sporadic. You have an undeniable zest for life that draws people to you, and you can make friends easily.

Whether you feel like you fit these above descriptions or not, we are absolutely confident that finding your dog has meant finding your twin soul.

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Specially developed to keep your dog’s joints healthy, improve its coat volume, strengthen gums, stimulate digestion and support the immune system.