What kind of dog should you adopt?

Playful or mellow? Big or small? The perfect dog is out there waiting to be brought to his forever home! Take our quiz to find out what kind of dog is right for you, and check out the adorable dog portraits in Rover: Wagmore Edition. With every copy sold, Firefly Books makes a donation to dog rescue.

Have you had a dog before?

Where do you live?

What size of dog are you looking for?

How much time do you have to train your dog?

What do you like to do in your downtime?

What is the most important trait you'd want your dog to have?

You should adopt:
a Confident Dog

You should adopt:
a Confident Dog

You want a dog that's self-assured, comfortable with its surroundings, and intelligent, such as a German Shepherd, Poodle, or Rottweiler. These dogs are natural born leaders and team players, making them great working and companion pets. See more pet portraits in Rover: Wagmore Edition.

You should adopt:
an Independent Dog

You should adopt:
an Independent Dog

You want a dog with a bold, independent personality, like a Jack Russell Terrier, Chow Chow, or Scottish Terrier. Though these dogs can take a bit more training, they are loyal and lively pets See more pet portraits in Rover: Wagmore Edition.

You should adopt:
a Laid Back Dog

You should adopt:
a Laid Back Dog

You're after the stereotypical friendly doggo who loves everyone and everything. An enthusiastic Labrador Retriever, Golden Retriever, or Border Collie would fit well into your family. See more pet portraits in Rover: Wagmore Edition.

You should adopt:
a Timid Dog

You should adopt:
a Timid Dog

Your perfect dog is one that is happy to chill out and relax, who prefers a slow pace and plenty of cuddles and treats. A Pug, Dachshund, or Yorkshire Terrier will fit well into your calm life. See more pet portraits in Rover: Wagmore Edition.

You should adopt:
an Adaptable Dog

You should adopt:
an Adaptable Dog

You want a dog that's eager to please, easy to train, and that gets along with everybody from your toddler to your teenager to your tabby cat. A friendly, easy-going Bulldog, Schnoodle, or Toy Poodle would fit well with your family. See more pet portraits in Rover: Wagmore Edition.

What kind of dog should you adopt?