5 Different Dog Personalities
Just like people, pets have behaviors that define their personality. Knowing different dog personalities can be important when it comes to choosing the ideal breed for you.
5 Dog Personalities
1. Aggressive dogs
2. Shy dogs.
3. Passive-aggressive dogs.
Relationship with their environment
4. Like other dog personalities, sociability is hereditary, which means many animals are friendly and affectionate because of their breed. These dogs show their personality around people, dogs or animals. Their personality makes them are ideal for households that have children or older people.
How to choose the ideal personality type
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