Golden, Pekingese and Saint Bernard

Dogs Breeds Based on your Personality

Your personality is an important point to consider when choosing a dog. There are intelligent, active, antisocial breeds and more, so here are some breeds that could help you.

Siberian Husky

Huskies are active. They are always looking for action, especially in cold weather. In addition, they require extensive training in order maintain good behavior and only those with the time and energy to fully commit to a Husky should take on this breed.

While these wolfish animals are generally good-natured and very dependable, their personalities can be domineering.

More about Huskies here: Siberian Husky History and Personality

Saint Bernards

Saint Bernard, because of his kind personality, is a great companion for children. They are a breed that are particularly known for their love of children. These dogs adore having children of all ages to play with and protect. They need moderate exercise in order to maintain health and happiness.

More about this breed here: Saint Bernard History and Personality


Beagles are a smart breed, active and playful, constantly searching for new adventures. They need several walks and time to run each day.

Like other breeds, they’ll get into trouble if not given frequent attention and activity. But at the end of the day, they’re friendly and love constant social interactions.

French Bulldog

This little friend may be small in stature, but he’s got a big, lively personality. Don’t let his frowning face fool you: he’s friendly and lovable. They are easy to handle and are generally well behaved around new people and other animals too.

People who work long hours should not commit to a French Bulldog, as they can easily develop separation anxiety.

Shiba Inu

They have a fox appearance with upright ears, this Japanese breed is easygoing, peaceful and alert. Shibas love their families, so they want to participate in all activities both indoors and out. Shibas enjoy interactive games.

Golden Retriever

They are obedient, intelligent, playful, well-mannered, great with kids, and kindly to strangers. Goldens are constantly standing up for the people they love. Golden Retrievers need companion and are best suited for big, active families.

More about this breed here: Golden Retriever History and Personality

Bichon Frise

The “cheerleader” of the dog world, easy to live with, Bichons bring smiles wherever they go, they are social creatures. Gentle, playful and loving, they thrive on human interaction and will do their best to make people happy.

They love people of all ages, play well with children and are always a joy to be around.


They are confident and self-possessed dog doesn’t care what you think about them. They likes to assert control, and they’ll ignore your scolding with little regard for the consequences. Once you gain this breed’s respect, they are reliable and well mannered. 

Pekingese make excellent companions for older people who have the time to devote all of their attention to their dog, as this breed demands a lot of attention.


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