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    The purring kind.
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    I'd actually rather a St Bernard or Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retreaver over any of these. I also love pugs. Is it weird for an INTJ to love pugs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    Worst:
    ENTJ- Pug
    ENTP- Pug
    INTJ- Pug
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    I'll take all 4!
    7w6 - 2w3 - 8w7 sx/so

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    My family owns a German Shepherd, and I gotta say, I love her. Highly intelligent for a dog, and also very loyal. I took about a month to housetrain her fully, and she learns very fast and doesn't forget anything. She's also very calm, and barely barks or begs for attention, and can be content with just being on her own. She's basically a huge teddy bear to people that she's familiar with, but with strangers and other dogs, she becomes very protective and openly hostile to the intruder until she's reassured that they're not a threat to her family. Very observant and alert to every threatening bird or leaf that dares to pass the house. It's easy to see why Shepherds are used as guard dogs, because she's pure strength on four legs that could probably kill someone if they were a big enough threat. While she doesn't bark much, when she does, it's loud and deep and has scared quite a few mailmen away from the house She can be pretty goofy and eccentric at times, too. Almost like a cat, but 50 pounds bigger. She's great with kids, too. A perfect family dog, in my opinion, and definitely makes your house feel more safe, haha It could be a good breed for NT's as well, because of their intelligence and loyalty. Maybe a better fit for xNTJs, but I'm an INTP and I love German Shepherds, so I guess it really all depends on what one is looking for in a dog.

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    If you could approximate MBTI for Dogs, Border Collies would be 'INTP'. Curious, Quiet, Intelligent, Chilled

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemus View Post
    The purring kind.
    So, Dobermans. Good choice, although I'm more of a poodley person.

    Quote Originally Posted by CognitiveLiberty View Post
    If you could approximate MBTI for Dogs, Border Collies would be 'INTP'. Curious, Quiet, Intelligent, Chilled
    And the smartest dog breed (according to vague, but hopefully reliable sources)

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    I'd think T types would like Shiba Inus, which are independent, smart and a little aloof.
    Also, any member of the working dog family or the terriers, which are very focused types.

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    I think that NTP Ne would just love Croatian shepherd.







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    I don't want to own a dog. I like parrots, cats, and fish.
    Dogs do a lot of bad things. But I don't mind playing with someone else's dog if it's nice to me.
    Maybe I'd own a dog if I lived in a rural area.

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