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    Dachs - some explosive extroverted feeler. J
    English Bulldog - Some loyal weird quiet type who does not get social stuff. sure is a J
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arclight View Post
    Because they are dogs and we are humans.. That's why I know.

    And I didn't say they don't use cognitive functions.. I said They don't use HUMAN cognitive functions.. again because they are not human.. Haven't you taken Biology? you do know the difference between a human and a dog right?

    Also.. I grew up with 4 dogs.. and all four of them behaved exactly like dogs. and never once behaved like humans. I did however notice their emotional capacity.. which is impressive.
    But it's on a much more primitive level.

    You can't reason with a dog.. only bribe it
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    Although dogs are dogs, and not human, they definitely have different temperaments and personalities. Maybe it requires a certain amount of N not to make this into a discussion on biology? Or, if that is difficult, why not discuss what kind of dogs each of the human types would pick. I don't know enough about dog breeds to contribute to the analysis, but I strongly object to being called a golden retriever

    I would choose a chinese crested, a whippet or a dalmatian should I ever buy a dog. Feel free to type me/the dogs/ all of us/whatever

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    Boxer - ENTP

    English Bulldog - ISFJ

    Schitzu - ESTJ
    ( I know this sounds a bit funny.. but let me say that there are 4 Shitzu's in my neighborhood that continually try to "beat up" or "bitch at" my 80lb Boxer while I'm walking him. They are FIGHTSTY little creatures! My boxer just looks at them with the most confused expression like "What the fuck is your problem")
    Man suffers only because he takes seriously what the gods made for fun - Watts

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    Greyhounds ENTJ? They are not forceful at all. Very passive. And often very timid and introverted. If I had to pick I'm going with INFJ or maybe ENFJ. Dogs are pretty intuitive in general, but greyhounds are very intuitive.
    NTJ's are the only types that have ever made me feel emo.
    ENP's are the only types that have ever made me feel like a sensor.


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    goldens ENFJ
    corgis ENFP

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huxley3112 View Post

    Schitzu - ESTJ
    ( I know this sounds a bit funny.. but let me say that there are 4 Shitzu's in my neighborhood that continually try to "beat up" or "bitch at" my 80lb Boxer while I'm walking him. They are FIGHTSTY little creatures! My boxer just looks at them with the most confused expression like "What the fuck is your problem")
    My family always had Shih Tzus.. they were apparently palace dogs, and partly watchdogs. They were useful for that alertness.. they'd bark at any sign of someone moving near. The other half of that setup was the Chow. Not sure what that means in terms of type though

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    OK, if goldens are officially ENFJs, I'm strongly considering changing my type

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    Pomeranians could be ESFP

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    My beagle seems pretty ESFP.
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