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Which Is the Right Breed For You?

Take this quiz to find out the right dog breed for you!

Quiz Questions

  • 1.
    Step 1: which size dog would you like?
    • A.
      small
      (Correlates to: French Bulldog, Chihuahua)
    • B.
      medium
      (Correlates to: Beagle, English Springer Spaniel)
    • C.
      large
      (Correlates to: Golden Retriever, German Shepherd, Bullmastiff)
  • 2.
    Step 2: do you live in a:
    • A.
      House
      (Correlates to: Golden Retriever, German Shepherd, Beagle, English Springer Spaniel)
    • B.
      Apartment
      (Correlates to: French Bulldog, Chihuahua, Beagle, Bullmastiff)
  • 3.
    Step 3: your yard size
    • A.
      no yard
      (Correlates to: French Bulldog, Chihuahua, Bullmastiff)
    • B.
      small yard
      (Correlates to: Golden Retriever, German Shepherd, French Bulldog, Beagle, English Springer Spaniel)
    • C.
      big yard
      (Correlates to: Golden Retriever, German Shepherd, English Springer Spaniel)
  • 4.
    Step 4: kids or other animals?
    • A.
      neither
      (Correlates to: German Shepherd, Chihuahua)
    • B.
      kids
      (Correlates to: Golden Retriever, French Bulldog, Beagle, English Springer Spaniel, Bullmastiff)
    • C.
      dogs
      (Correlates to: Golden Retriever, Beagle, Bullmastiff)
    • D.
      cats
      (Correlates to: Golden Retriever)
  • 5.
    Step 5: first time dog owner?
    • A.
      first time owner
      (Correlates to: Golden Retriever, German Shepherd, Beagle, English Springer Spaniel, Bullmastiff)
    • B.
      expert
      (Correlates to: Golden Retriever, French Bulldog, Chihuahua)
  • 6.
    Step 6: dog characteristic
    • A.
      protective
      (Correlates to: German Shepherd, French Bulldog, Chihuahua, English Springer Spaniel)
    • B.
      family
      (Correlates to: Golden Retriever, Beagle, English Springer Spaniel, Bullmastiff)
  • 7.
    Step 7: how long will they spend alone?
    • A.
      little time
      (Correlates to: Chihuahua, Beagle)
    • B.
      under 4 hours
      (Correlates to: Golden Retriever, German Shepherd, Chihuahua, Beagle)
    • C.
      a work day
      (Correlates to: Golden Retriever, German Shepherd, French Bulldog, English Springer Spaniel, Bullmastiff)
    • D.
      more than 8 hours
      (Correlates to: French Bulldog, Bullmastiff)
  • 8.
    Step 8: exercise
    • A.
      (not a lot)
      (Correlates to: Chihuahua, Bullmastiff)
    • B.
      Answer B
      (Correlates to: French Bulldog, Chihuahua, Bullmastiff)
    • C.
      Answer C
      (Correlates to: Golden Retriever, French Bulldog, Beagle)
    • D.
      Answer D
      (Correlates to: Golden Retriever, German Shepherd, Beagle, English Springer Spaniel)
    • E.
      (a lot)
      (Correlates to: German Shepherd, English Springer Spaniel)

Quiz Outcomes

  • 1.
    Golden Retriever
    You want a bigger dog because you live in a house with some amount of yard. A golden retriever is a great family dog fro beginners or expert dog owners. They can be great family dogs, but you shouldn't leave them at home for longer than 8 days. Golden Retrievers love outdoor exercise, be sure to allow them some sort of athletic activity at least once a day!
  • 2.
    German Shepherd
    You want a large dog who are more protective dogs. You live in a house with some type of yard because your German Shepherd needs space to run and get some exercise.
  • 3.
    French Bulldog
    You want a small dog that can be left alone for longer periods of time. A french bulldog can live in a smaller house or apartment with less of a yard and don't need as much exercise. A french bulldog is a great family dog as well!
  • 4.
    Chihuahua
    You want a small dog that can live in a smaller space. The Chihuahua is an ideal city pet, but needs a little bit more training due to it's "big dog attitude".
  • 5.
    Beagle
    You want a medium sized dog who is great with family, but also requires a lot of exercise due to its excitable and curious nature. Beagles are great for those who live in the suburbs and shouldn't be left alone for longer than 8 hours.
  • 6.
    English Springer Spaniel
    You want a medium sized dog that can be both a family and guard dog. A Springer Spaniel can be left at home for a little while, but tend to get excitable. They also have a tendency to bark more than normal, but overall are affectionate family dogs.
  • 7.
    Bullmastiff
    You want a large dog that doesn't need too much exercise. Bullmastiffs are big couch potatoes and can be either a guard dog or family dog depending on how you choose to train them.