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Old 05-13-07, 12:39 PM   #1
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A fun quiz...what breed of dog would you be?

Link to the test: http://www.okcupid.com/tests/take?te...34815565088491

The What Breed Of Dog Are You Test
You scored 80% Loyal and 60% Independant!

You are most like these breeds:

Border Collie:

Originated in Scotland/England border areas, this breed is intelligent, determined and brave, this dog forms a close bond with its family and is also eager to work. If not given work to do, the Border Collie will become badly behaved. It needs ample exercise, and its origin as a sheepdog and cattle-herder means that it is only happy when given specific tasks on a regular basis. They can't sit still and they want you to be right out there doing their task with them. They are the leaders and motivators of the dog world. When I sent this to my roommate, she got quite a kick out of it and said this one fit me quite well!

Alaskan Malamute:

Originated in Alaska, USA, this breed is friendly, affectionate, and loyal, but can have a mind of its own. The malamute is built to work well within a team, and its friendliness makes it unsuitable for a watchdog, but brave enough to pull 110% of the load. Once set in a direction these dogs will continue in that track until someone with a firm hand and kind heart sets them onto a new destination. They are loving, but a workhorse that grows restless with too little to do.
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Old 05-13-07, 12:42 PM   #2
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I would be "mutt".
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Old 05-13-07, 06:53 PM   #3
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Chihauhau--I don't THINK so!

If I were a Chihauhau, I'd have to shoot myself!

(no offense to any Chihauhau owners....)
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Your Score: Border Collie

You scored 75% Loyal and 75% Independant!


My test tracked 2 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
You scored higher than 99% on LoyaltyYou scored higher than 99% on Independence
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Old 05-13-07, 07:18 PM   #5
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Chihauhau--I don't THINK so!

If I were a Chihauhau, I'd have to shoot myself!

(no offense to any Chihauhau owners....)
Yeah, I wouldn't want to be a Chihuahua either!! They're kind of cute, but yappy and too small to be useful for much of anything.
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Old 05-13-07, 07:21 PM   #6
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not going to give them my email, so I will never know what kind of dog I am. Whatever sort of dog that hates spam I guess.
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Old 05-13-07, 07:25 PM   #7
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not going to give them my email, so I will never know what kind of dog I am. Whatever sort of dog that hates spam I guess.
I didn't have to give my email--did you try and sign up for an account like it says to? You don't have to do that to get your results.
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I didn't have to give my email--did you try and sign up for an account like it says to? You don't have to do that to get your results.
okay, i went back and:

You are most like these breeds:

Border Collie:

Originated in Scotland/England border areas, this breed is intelligent, determined and brave, this dog forms a close bond with its family and is also eager to work. If not given work to do, the Border Collie will become badly behaved. It needs ample exercise, and its origin as a sheepdog and cattle-herder means that it is only happy when given specific tasks on a regular basis. They can't sit still and they want you to be right out there doing their task with them. They are the leaders and motivators of the dog world.

Alaskan Malamute:

Originated in Alaska, USA, this breed is friendly, affectionate, and loyal, but can have a mind of its own. The malamute is built to work well within a team, and its friendliness makes it unsuitable for a watchdog, but brave enough to pull 110% of the load. Once set in a direction these dogs will continue in that track until someone with a firm hand and kind heart sets them onto a new destination. They are loving, but a workhorse that grows restless with too little to do.

My test tracked 2 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:

You scored higher than 99% on Loyalty

You scored higher than 99% on Independence

Best Part is my dog is blue merle border collie!!!!! Her name is Sparky. I am my dog!!!
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Best Part is my dog is blue merle border collie!!!!! Her name is Sparky. I am my dog!!!
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Blood Hound:

Originated in Belguim, this breed is independent, gentle and affectionate. The Bloodhound barks loudly but infrequently. It is well-known for its good scenting nose. They greet visitors happily and live in harmony with other dogs and household pets. Bloodhounds are not overly obedient. A great deal of patience and tact is required to live and train this dog. Genreally a 'good old boy' and a happy free spirit wrapped into one.

My test tracked 2 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:

You scored higher than 99% on Loyalty

You scored higher than 99% on Independence


I used to own a bloodhound.
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yep it is cool
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You scored 39% Loyal and 69% Independant!
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Without going to that website to verify, if I was a dog I would probably be a Rhodesian Ridgeback because they're so cool.
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yep it is cool
Cute! (Both the dog and the kid)
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I would be this one.

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The test says Border Collie. I'd go for a cross between A Belgian Sheepdog and a Pressa Canario. I like some of the traits of each of the two I have.
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