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What Your Dog's Breed Says About You

What Your Dog's Breed Says About You

They say after a while you begin to look like your dog, but what about acting the same as your furry friend?
A recent study by The Kennel Club looked into how specific dog breeds attract a specific type of owner. We here at Pawtion were fascinated by the results, so today we're breaking down what the guys at The Kennel Club found out!

What Your Dog's Breed Says About You

Jack Russell

Jack Russell terrier

If you own a Jack Russell, your personality traits include things such as loyalty, helpfulness and friendliness. Jack Russell owners also tend to be trustworthy and good listeners.
According to the study, loyalty is the most dominant personality type, at 88%, and Bill Russell, who is a spokesperson for The Kennel Club says: It appears that we can often tell a lot about a person from the type of dog that they own, with the dominant personality traits of Jack Russell owners – owned by the likes of King Charles – being their loyalty, generous spirit for helping others and their trustworthiness.

Golden Retriever

Golden retriever dog looking into camera

One of the most popular dog breeds about, traits of a golden retriever owner are characteristics such as being emotionally stable and happy.
Goldens are known for being a friendly and tolerant breed, so match up well with those of similar traits!

Border Terrier

border terrier dog

Do you have a Border Terrier? Well if you do, you're likely to be charming, lively and exuberant! This is according to the study compiled by The Kennel Club anyway!
Plenty of big names LOVE Border Terriers, with owners including the likes of Andy Murray and Diane Keaton!

Pomeranian

pomeranian dog

Poms are some of the most popular dogs at the moment, as with their small frame (11 inches tall and weighing 3.5kg), they're well suited to people in homes or apartments!
According to The Kennel Club, Pomeranians are best suited to those who are passionate, free-spirited and creative!

Whippets

whippet dog

Whippets are known to be excellent family dogs, as they're affectionate and enjoy the comforts of domestic life.
Whippet owners are usually those who enjoy new experiences, and love taking risks!

Labrador

labrador dog

One of the most popular dog breeds in the UK, Labradors are seen to be many things including service dogs, guide dogs and a loving family companion.
According to The Kennel Club, Labradors are best suited to friendly owners!

Cocker Spaniel

cocker spaniel dog

In the study compiled by The Kennel Club, owners of Cocker Spaniels are loyal, helpful and trustworthy! This bouncy breeds' owner list includes the likes of Oprah and the Prince of Wales!
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