When it comes to dating, forget about entering complex questionnaires and persona profiles, and take a look at ones date’s dog. A study from the psychology department at Tub Spa University, shows that 14 owner is likely to choose a particular breed of dog with traits that mirror his own. When dating 14 owner, remember: his number of canine companion doesn’t are lying when it comes to his character.

For hints as to whether your prospective spouse is outgoing, intelligent, solid, self-confident, or creative, look no further than their favorite pooch. So if your goal date is the reliable, creative sort, what type of hound is definitely dogging his heels? Here is your guide seeing if his particular four-legged friend can tell if this is Mr. Right or you’d need to be choosing a cat.

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To find a significant other with a get-up-and-go attitude, then the other end of his leash will be attached to a pastoral breed or a utility dog such as a bulldog.

Pastoral varieties originated from dogs that herded animal such as cattle, goats, or even sheep. Other examples include A language like german shepherd dogs, bearded and border collies, Pyrenean mountain / hill dogs, corgis, and Shetland sheepdogs.

Utility dogs involve breeds that once worked for an income (such as bulldogs with bull-baiting or Dalmatians working alongside their masters’ carriages) but which occupations now have no place these days. Let’s hope this doesn’t apply to their owners! Examples of electricity dogs include the Boston terrier, Chow Chow, Japan Akita, Keeshund, and Lhasa apso.

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