I’m a veterinarian and your dog breed says a lot about your personality – and it’s not good news if you have a Husky
From German Shepherd to Poodle to Husky, there are many types of dog breeds to choose from.
And according to a US-based veterinarian named Adam Christman, your dog’s breed can say a lot about your personality.
Take from ICT Tac, he shared a video where he begins: “If you have the Golden Retriever, you are probably very friendly, good natured, and you are the person that if you leave a party, they are like – ‘where did they go ?’ versus ‘Thank God they’re gone!'”
He goes on to say that Pug owners are likely to be “caring” and “have a great sense of humor.”
Adam continues, “If you have or your fur baby is mixed with German Shepherd, you’re very reliable, you’re protective, and you have great intuition.”
However, it’s not all good news if you have a Husky or Alaskan Malamute.
According to Adam, “you love the outdoors” and are “athletic” but “drama tends to follow you.”
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Moving on to Poodles, he adds, “You’re elegant, sophisticated, you like good wine, you’re cultured, you might even be boujee. Oh and they say you’re a hopeless romantic!
“And finally, the Pit Bull, if you own a Pit Bull, you might have a hard shell on the outside, but guess what? You’re so mushy on the inside.
“Your friends are probably saying you’re the sweetest, nicest person they know, but also a goof!”
The post has since racked up 837,000 views and has been inundated with comments from owners of different breeds.
“As a German Shepherd owner, I wholeheartedly agree,” one wrote.
A second wrote: “This is awesome. I have a Pittie and a Beagle. I think a Beagle = crazy and stubborn.”
A third noted: ‘I’ve had a 13 year old red nosed fox since he was a baby and he’s the sweetest dog in the world.