This isn't going to be a link to some quiz that tells you what dog you are based on what junk food you eat or where you went to college. You have to do all the work yourself.
I was just in a brainstorming session a couple of weeks ago where everyone was asked to introduce themselves and then tell what kind of dog they might be, if in fact they were to ever become a canine.
I, on the other hand thought that it might be more interesting if those of us sitting around the table told each person what kind of a dog we thought they were. So we did both. People introduced themselves and revealed their secret dog identities. And then I told them what kind of dog they really were.
The moderator started out. He said he thought his responsible personality was best suited to a collie. I took one look at him and said, nah, he was a boxer, not a collie. Lots of energy. Very athletic. And so it went. All the way around the table. One lady who thought she was a chow was actually a flatcoated retriever in my book. A very exotic brand manager type from Pittsburgh by way of India said she was a labrador retriever. I couldn't have agreed less. Nope, you're a Saluki, I said. She didn't know a Saluki from a Kabuki dancer, but I think she was pleased with the breed once she heard more about it.
So, what kind of a dog do you think you are? What kind of a dog do other people think you are?
I am an afghan. When you first see them they can go diva and look very elegant and beautiful. But it's all a front. Because the next minute they're clowning around. As in totally goofy. And they never stop.
That's me. And everybody agreed.