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    I know nothing about MBTI types and their choice in dogs, but here's my doggy.



    *waits for type insults*
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    Jen's dog seems to be an INFJ or INFP. The little dog that looks like it's gonna cry because it always gets picked on by the other doggies and now sits in a corner by itself.

    And if you specified if it was male or female, I wouldn't refer to your dog as "it."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    Jen's dog seems to be an INFJ or INFP. The little dog that looks like it's gonna cry because it always gets picked on by the other doggies and now sits in a corner by itself.

    And if you specified if it was male or female, I wouldn't refer to your dog as "it."
    Sophie is sad because they put bows in her hair at the groomers. Once we took them out she was happy again. She has won over our entire family which consist of INTJ, INFJ, ENFJ, INFP and E??J.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alcearos View Post
    Most Mastiff breeds are able to pick up stuff and make independent decisions without telling them what to do. They have a sense of understanding situations and of all breeds they must be N's. Most Mastiff breeds are ancient and that might explain why they have the ability. Caucasian Ovtcharka is also able of the same thing but it's also one of old mastiff breeds.
    Possibly hunting dogs are Ns and working dogs are Ss?[/quote]

    Quote Originally Posted by Jen View Post

    Imagines a House type INTJ with that dog sitting on his lap....



    Here is my brilliant and incisive mind, my razor sharp wit, my searing intellect... oh and my fluffy widdle doggy



    (Sorry Jen that's based on the INTJ I know more than L. It'd be funny if it still worked for him though )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xander View Post
    Possibly hunting dogs are Ns and working dogs are Ss?


    Imagines a House type INTJ with that dog sitting on his lap....



    Here is my brilliant and incisive mind, my razor sharp wit, my searing intellect... oh and my fluffy widdle doggy



    (Sorry Jen that's based on the INTJ I know more than L. It'd be funny if it still worked for him though )
    Time is a delicate mistress.

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