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    Dog Owner Personality Guide

    Articlepet advice guidesTuesday 27 November 2012
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    Many people think it’s not a coincidence if we can discover similarities between the dog and an owner’s character. In this fun personality guide, we take a look at the similarities between the two...

     

     

     

     

    Dog Owner Personality Guide

     

    The Pinscher

    The owner of a Pinscher tends to be very demanding. He likes everything to be all right - as everything requires its own time and place. He is well-informed and a stickler for organisation. The Pinscher owner has a house that is always spotless, something which makes him proud to invite friends round. Although some see the Pinscher owner as a little snooty, this is not the case. Once he makes a friend, he will remain loyal for life, whatever challenges may come his way.


    The Doberman

    The Doberman’s master is a serious, thoughtful, intelligent figure, although some can misread these traits as grumpiness. A Doberman owner is always open to new experience, and likes nothing more than sharing his wisdom. Polite and well-dressed, this dog owner always achieves his goals.

    The Corgi

    The owner of this breed is witty with a dry sense of humour. He is hard-working and has the ability to focus on his goals. However, he’s also not afraid to enjoy his free time and takes advantage of it when it arrives. He loves to laugh and entertain others.

    The Husky

    This type of owner is always incredibly busy, yet always puts time aside to enjoy family life. The family is at the heart of everything this owner does, with a warm-hearted spirit that is always to committed to improving the lot of his family.

    A mad sports enthusiast, the only drawback of the Husky owner is the fact he can get a little narcissistic when ill, a trait that can really wind up others.

    The Basset Hound

    The Basset Hound owner is relaxed and likes nothing more than home comforts. He has an interesting personality, something that makes him popular amongst many different friendship groups. However, he does like to sleep and getting up in the morning often troubles him, and at times he can be a little stubborn.


    The Bichon Frise

    The Bichon Frise owner is trendy and sophisticated, although a little bit vain - especially concerning his hair. He would never go out in the street looking even slightly dishevelled. In order to look perfect he is willing to spend hours in the bathroom. He likes dinner parties and fine food, pretending to be something of a wine expert, yet he makes for a loyal and caring friend.

    The Springer Spaniel

    The owner of a Springer tends to love the Great Outdoors, avoiding any work that involves long hours in front of the computer. Weekends will be spent well away from the hustle and bustle of the city. He also loves his food.

    The Westie

    The Westie owner is hard-working and tries finds the positive in everything. Due to his positivity and enthusiasm, he rarely struggles in life. Active in personality, the Westie owner is also independently-minded.

    Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

    The owner of this Spaniel is quiet, calm, caring and very romantic. Valentine's Day is the highlight of the social year. The King Charles owner believes in astrology and angels - and likes nothing more than escaping from reality, despite what others around him may say. This particular owner believes in destiny – everything must happen for a reason.

    The Collie

    He is reliable, passionate, family-orientated and extremely philanthropic in nature. A collie owner will always live for the moment, and will never put anything off if it needs doing.

    Impatience can be his worst trait, just because he wants everything to happen at once, but his family and friends do not rebuke his faults -they love him just the way he is.

    The Saint Bernard

    The Saint Bernard owner has a relaxed, fun-loving personality, living by the mantra ‘You only live once’. Instead of frantic exercise, this owner opts for an afternoon nap in front of the telly. However, he does have a serious side when it comes to work, and will want to be proud of any task he completes. Steadfastly loyal, he’s always prepared to help out a friend in trouble.

    The Pekingese

    The Pekingese owner has a kind, sweet personality that rubs off on everybody. He has a special aura, making him immediately noticeable at social events – the life and soul of the party. Perhaps his only real negative is a tendency to gossip, although not in an overly malicious way.

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