Dog and owner personality type.

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    shdws Well-Known Member

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    shdws, Jan 18, 2013
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    In my opinion i think that would be true. My dog is alot like me. A little shy and doesnt like to many people. Shes always been a little withdrawn and held back. So yes, i would say that is true.
     
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    I really hope my Homer and I, we don't share the same personality type...usually he isn't very nice:p . Of course I love him and I find him adorable but he is very selfish and quite aggressive:p . And he is lazy. But we both like walking and eating:D
     
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    They do! They do! LOL. That's exactly how I remember Peanuts. She's a smarty little vocal dog who loves hogging up our attention... Ummm, I don't think I hog that much but she and I have the same technique in grabbing attention. We both paw/pat my beau's back and stare at him until we get what we want.
     
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    Haopee, this is so cute:D . Some time ago my Homer was jealous when my boyfriend was too close to me and now he is jealous when I'm too close to my boyfriend:eek: . He wants his full attention:p
     
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    LOL haopee that's funny that you and your dog ask for attention in the same way. It's even funnier that it works every time.:D And Claudine, maybe Homer thinks that he is the only one for you lol.
     
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    Oh, this is entirely true. My mutt, Bandit, is an anxiety-ridden, cuddly, don't-leave-me-alone goob; and, well, that's almost me to a T. All of my other dogs and I share some traits, but not quite as many as Bandit and I. We both zig-zag when we walk, even! I'm not sure that all dogs and their owners have similar personalities, but it's definitely true for some families!
     
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