What Breed Of Dog Should You Adopt? Answer These Questions To Find Your Perfect Pup

There are over 300 different dog breeds on the planet. Within that 300 there is a wide variety of canine friends just waiting to be adopted by a dog-loving human. Some breeds are loyal and fun, others are loud and frustrating. Take this quiz to see which breed is just right for you.

Robert Ducey
Created By Robert Ducey
On Sep 29, 2018

Select the answer which best describes how you would like your dog to react when the doorbell rings.

What kind of tricks would you like to be able to teach your dog?

How much time do you have to spend with your dog?

Are you comfortable with a dog who barks frequently?

How important is it for you to train your dog not to jump up on furniture?

If an intruder breaks into your home, how would you like your dog to react?

Do you want a dog breed who would tolerate being made to wear a silly sweater?

How important is it that your new dog be easy to housetrain?

Bulldog

Bulldog

Bulldog!

The dog often associated with Winston Churchill is also a perfect breed for those who might not want a dog who is too rambunctious. Bulldogs won't cause their owners too much trouble and have a quiet dignity about them. Perhaps you share similar characteristics.

Labrador Retriever

Labrador Retriever

Labrador Retriever

If you want to feel like the most important person in the world then adopt a Labrador Retriever. To them, you will be the most important person in the world and they will let you know how they feel. They are loyal and affectionate. Perhaps you are too.

Border collie

Border collie

Border collie

Border collies are some of the smartest dogs on the planet and perhaps there is one out there who is just perfect for you. Border Collies are also energetic and affectionate though, so you're not just getting a PHD calibre pet.

Afghan Hound

Afghan Hound

Afghan Hound

All dogs are great but the Afghan Hound gets the reputation for being amongst the least smart breeds there are. Perhaps you don't want to feel intimidated by having a smart dog around. If that's the case, you won't be disappointed when you adopt an Afghan Hound.

Rottweiler

Rottweiler

Rottweiler

If you want a protective dog then you want a Rottweiler. These dogs are smart, affectionate and loyal. Most importantly, however, if someone breaks into your home, your Rottweiler will protect your home like the safety of the pack depends on it.