Find the Perfect Dog Based on Your Personality

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By: Victor Padilla Posted: 8:32 AM, Jun 26, 2018 Updated: 2:19 PM, Jul 20, 2018

Ever wondered which dog suits your personality? Or which breed you’d be if you were a dog? We rounded up three fun quizzes to help you answer these existential questions. So grab a pen and paper, and get ready to put your inner canine to the test.

 

1. What Dog Breed is Best for You?

If you’re in the market for a new pup, then YouTube channel Fun Tests is here to help you decide which kind to adopt. They’ve put together a test called “What Dog Breed is Best for You?”, and taking it is super easy. All you have to do is answer ten multiple choice questions, including how would you describe yourself?, and what’s your favorite free-time activity? Each answer you choose is assigned a certain number of points. Once you’ve answered all the questions, tally up your points, and the dog for you is revealed based on your score!

 

2.  Which Dog Breed Are You?

If you were a dog, which breed would you be? Harriet Talk is making it their mission to help you find out. Like the first test, this one serves you a series of ten questions, whose points are added up at the end. Possible results include the Siberian Husky, Pug, Labrador Retriever, West Highland Terrier, German Shepard, and Chihuahua. Which one are you?!

 

3. The Dog You Pick Will Reveal Your Personality

This last quiz by Mister Test is the easiest of the three to take! Instead of answering multiple choice questions, the video starts by showing you a chart of 12 different dogs. All you’re required to do is study the chart carefully, then pick the breed (marked by number) that most resonates with you. Then continue playing the video, and wait for your personality assessment based on the pooch you picked.

 

What are you waiting for? Take all three of these tests, and share your results in the comments below!

 

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