Can You Match These Dog Traits to the Correct Dog Breed?
Sit. Stay. Quiz! Good boy/girl! If you’re taking this quiz, you’ve probably commanded dogs. Today, the roles reverse. We’re commanding you to sit with your device to find out if your knowledge of canines is up to snuff.
In order to sniff out if you’re a trivia treat or a tricky owner, we’re releasing the hounds! Smithers isn’t here, but if you don’t know the difference between a German Shepherd and a German ship, your mind will be blown to smithereens. This quiz tests if you know appearances and attributes, such as size, speed, longevity, and laziness. We’ll also scratch the surface on accolades, such as the currently most popular dog breeds.
You’ll encounter familiar four-legged friends and some you may have never met. Do you know an Australian Cattle Dog, a Puggle, or a Neapolitan Mastiff? You will after taking this quiz! Are you strangers with man’s best friend?
Dog traits fill mankind's hearts with love. So much so that dogs are called "man's best friend." There are plenty of canine comrades to go around. The American Kennel Club recognizes 160 unique dog breeds within its network. Although problems with adoption stigma remain, the ASPCA reports that 1.6 million dogs get adopted each year. An additional 2 million born in a puppy mill are sold every year. Different types of dogs contribute to social betterment through different characteristics.
Some dogs with an affable personality serve the faithful role of family companion, such as Retrievers. Others accompany hunting trips, a role classically played by various hounds. Dogs like Boxers, Labradors, and German Shepherds help with mental and physical health, making particularly effective service dogs. Another important part of a dog's benefit to humans is exercise. Humans can burn up to 300 calories per hour walking dogs.