Your Dog's Personality Resembles Your Own | Dogalize
We've all heard the old cliché that people look like their dogs. But is it really true? And what about personality? Are the two characters, somehow, related?
A new study shows that people and their dogs tend to socialize, eat, and learn new skills in very similar ways. According to a survey of over 1000 American dog parents conducted by Natural Balance Pet Foods in conjunction with Learndipity Data Insights, we love dogs who are, more often than not, just like us.
Study findings show that people choose dogs who Act just like them
- 66% of extroverted people have extroverted dogs—and there's a 65% chance that an introverted dog will have an introverted human parent.
- If you're a choosy eater, your dog is 3 times more likely to be one as well.
- If you identify as a lifelong learner, there's a 72% chance your dog will be good at learning new tricks.
Whether we tend to choose a dog with a related personality or our dogs characters are the results of the education we give to them, one thing is sure: our pets are an essential part of our families, we treat them as they really were our sons...and still are we surprised when they look or behave like us?
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