Which Dog Breed Best Fits Your Personality?

Whether you already have a dog or are looking at getting one in the near future, there are certain things you should always keep in mind. In general, smaller breeds of dogs often live longer than larger breeds. This is not always the case, but most of the time this is how life plays out for them. Smaller dogs may live on average 10 to 15 years or so while bigger dogs are often lucky to get to 10 years old. Keep in mind that one human year is said to equate to about 7 dog years. So when a dog is approaching 10 years old in human years, it only makes sense that they move around much slower since they are 70 in dog years. You may believe that you will never care for another dog as much as you cared about the one who just passed. I totally understand that. I love my dogs more than anything or anyone in the world. However, at some point when you are ready, in memory of your passed dog, you should go out and save one from the shelter by welcoming it into your family. You aren’t replacing the pet you just lost, but rather saving another one’s life in their honor. If you are having a sleepless night of tossing and turning, snuggle up to your dog. They will let your stress melt away and allow you to fall asleep much easier. There is just something so calming about petting a dog. Hospitals should have a dog in every patient’s room and all of us would recover so much better! Life will present you with many challenges and there is no way around it. Some people seem to get challenged more often than others. But knowing that your pet is at your side and will never abandon you should help carry you through any problems you may be facing. Have a dog or don’t we all can agree that the unconditional love that a dog can bring is truly a miracle! Once you've finished the quiz, don't forget to share your results in the comments section and on our social media platforms. If you have some free time and enjoyed this quiz, be sure to check out the rest of our fantastic quizzes.