What type of dog are you?

I'm a Miniature Poodle.

Intelligent and fun loving (you'd have to be looking like that) the Miniature Poodle is often very long lived and can survive for more than 17 years. Obedient and sporting, despite its camp looks.

That pretty much sounds like me... except for the part about being funny-looking. :wink:


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The game says I'm a Giant Schnauzer -- so I must be bigger than Cookie then. :lol:

Except, I just can't see myself as a dog... too much of a cat personality, me. :roll:
surprising that most of us are different dogs!

I am a braque du bourbonnais (boubonnais setter).

Origins: France. Associated the Bourbonnais area of central France is a fine hunter of partridge, grouse, and pheasant. Often referred to as the tailless pointer, it seems to derive from the Pyrennes, where a number of other French dogs also originated.

The Braque du Bourbonnais is a calm and affectionate family companion, provided they get plenty of exercise. When hunting they are full of passion, cautious, balanced, cooperative and intelligent. They are people oriented and not happy if isolated from the family.

(Actually I think I am more a cat but oh well).
I'm . . . a pug. :?

Well, I am short-legged and roundish . . .
And this does explain my lack of grace and flexibility . . .

Ah, well - I shall overcome! 8)
Shiba Inu

Affectionate with family and friends, this dog is happiest in a domestic environment, but it will rise to the hunt. Amongst strangers it can be aloof, sensitive, and hard to please.

Pretty close.
Rhodesian Ridgeback

"Rhodesian Ridgebacks are loyal and intelligent and somewhat aloof to strangers. This is not to be confused with aggression; a Ridgeback of proper temperament will be more inclined to ignore, rather than challenge, a stranger. This breed requires positive, reward-based training, good socialization and consistency; it is often not the best choice for inexperienced dog owners. Ridgebacks are strong-willed, intelligent, and many seem to have a penchant for mischief, though loving. They are protective of their owners and families. If trained well, they can be excellent guard dogs, although this particular trait should not be encouraged. Like any dog, they can become aggressive when they are not socialised properly."

I have been trained well.

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