What's The Best Dog Breed For You To Get?

Are you thinking of adopting a new canine companion? Lost on what type to get? Take this quiz and we'll help you pinpoint the type of dog that will be best for you.

LittleThings
Created By LittleThings
On Jun 15, 2016

How big is your house?

What about outdoor space? Do you have a yard?

Do you make guests and family members remove their shoes when they enter the house?

What's the MAIN reason you'd want to get a dog?

How much time (on average) do you spend at home?

If you could turn one of these celebrities into a dog and keep them as a pet, which would you choose?

How much do you like to exercise?

When people see you and your dog, what famous duo do you want to remind people of?

Which shoe do you like the most?

Do you prefer a small, medium, or big dog?

Have you ever had to train a dog before?

Finally, it's your day off. What would you like to do?

Which famous dog would you most like to own as a pet. (Think about the dog's behavior, not just its breed.)

Pit Bull

Pit Bull

This dog breed has an unfair reputation as being "aggressive" or mean, but it all depends on their human. Pit bulls are tough and protective, but in their heart of hearts, they're just looking for a best friend.

You have the discipline, patience, and energy that is required to work with these misunderstood dogs. If you put in time with them, they'll give you a lifetime of love and companionship.

Pit bulls are best with humans who have plenty of time to give them exercise and space to let them get their energy out.

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Labrador or Golden Retriever

Labrador or Golden Retriever

These dogs do best in houses where they have plenty of space to run around, and ideally they'll have their own outdoor space as these dogs need constant bathroom breaks.

These dogs need their owners to dedicate a lot of time into exercising them, training them, and even grooming them.

Fortunately, you are as active as your dogs. You have the right lifestyle to accommodate two of the ferociously loyal dog breeds.

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Pug, Bulldog or Boston Terrier

Pug, Bulldog or Boston Terrier

We recommend you adopt a brachycephalic breed. In other words, a dog with a flat face is best for you.

These dog breeds are gentle, loving, and prefer being by your side. However, if you need to leave them alone for extended periods of time they will be okay. They do well in small spaces and apartments, and if you can only walk them once or twice a day, they'll understand.

Their grooming is low-maintenance, but you'll want to make sure they're properly trained.

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Chinese Crested

Chinese Crested

The Chinese Crested breed is perfect for anyone looking for a companion dog. These loyal, sweet dogs won't want to be away from you for too long.

They require minimal grooming and exercise, but you're going to want to spend a lot of time house-training them as the males love to mark their territory.

This breed doesn't like being alone for too long, so they do very well with large families.

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Poodle

Poodle

You are willing to dedicate time to exercising, grooming, and training one of the most intelligent and beautiful breeds of dogs. Your commitment is going to pay off in major ways.

These dogs are fiercely loyal and smart once you have put the time in with them.

You like the finer things in life and because of your hard work (and your dog's!) it's going pay off.

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Bichon, Maltese or Shih Tzu

Bichon, Maltese or Shih Tzu

You are probably more interested in a dog to sit on your lap and cuddle rather than a dog who's going to run around the park and require a huge bath after.

These small dogs are great in tiny spaces, and while they feel very attached to you, with a little training, they can be self-sufficient while you are at work. They don't need to be taken on walks nearly as often as big dogs.

They require a fair amount of grooming, but you probably love to do their hair and show them off, so it's worth it!

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German Shepherd

German Shepherd

Whether you are looking for protection or for a strong, smart, intelligent companion, this dog is the right one for you.

Your active lifestyle and ample space make you and the German Shepherd a perfect fit together.

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Mixed Breeds or "Mutts"

Mixed Breeds or "Mutts"

The great thing about you is that you aren't picky. You're not looking to make a dog fit your needs, you just want a loving companion who will always be there for you.

You're willing to be adaptable and work hard to make your new dog as happy as possible. Any kind of dog is right for you because you're willing to love them, and work with them!

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