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January 16, 2017

Find The Dog Of Your Dreams With PuppySpot's New Flowchart!

***I was influenced by Puppyspot to write this post, but all opinions are my own***

Hi, guys! Chris here. Today's post is a very impawtent one. I know right now there are lots of pups and kitties reading this post, and you had to find your furever families somehow, right? I know there are some people reading this who might like the idea of adding a canine pal to their family. It can be hard finding that perfect dog breed for your family, but it doesn't have to be with Puppyspot's new dog breed selector flowchart!

Use the flowchart to find out which category of dogs best suits you before we move on. The flowchart is in three separate parts so you can read it clearly.


Fun, wasn't it? BOL my mom had fun taking it! I wonder what you got...maybe you found out that an active breed to hike and run with will be best for you, like a Labrador Retriever or an Irish Setter. Maybe you discovered a loyal, protective little buddy like a Shih Tzu or a Dachshund will best suit your needs. Perhaps a fun playmate like a Beagle or a Golden Retriever will be your friend to fetch with each day. Lastly, maybe you aren't ready to have a doggy buddy in your life yet, but when you're ready, you know you'll spoil your new pooch with lots of attention!

My mom got "The Active Socialite" which is interesting because she wants her next dog to be a Labrador Retriever! This selection is especially pawfect though for my momma because she calls me a "doxador". I'm athletic, I'm easy to train, I love to fetch, I'm never stubborn, I'm not very vocal, going for long walks and jogs are my favorite things, and I love all people, especially kids. I'm basically a Lab in a Dachshund body, she says!

Even if you aren't ready to take in a dog (or another dog!) just yet, this flowchart will help you discover what type of personality you want in your next dog. Remember, not all dogs adhere to the common attributes of their breed (like I mentioned above, I'm not much like a Dachshund even though I am one) but it's still very helpful to know the general temperament that your next dog should have for the best relationship between you and your pup. It also helps to know what breeds meet that guideline!

Whether you decide to purchase from a reputable breeder or a rescue a dog, I hope your next furry best friend will be pawsome because you used the Puppyspot flowchart!

PuppySpot is a service committed to making lives better by placing healthy puppies into happy homes. PuppySpot has a No Puppy Mill Promise and all puppies are raised wth love, respect and a high level of attention and personal care. Take a look at their website to find the puppy of your dreams! Even if you aren’t able to adopt a dog into your family at the moment, it’s still fun to browse puppy pictures, am I right?

8 comments:

  1. What a great flowchart....apparently I can haf a Dachshund so you can come visit Christmas!
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  2. Christmas you always have the best advice!!
    I'm happy to say the peeps are not thinking about a dog or a cat BECLAWS I do not want a sib...I love being an only!
    MOL
    hugs madi your bfff

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  3. SHE took one of those tests and after having a succession of scotties, SHE found her perfect dog was a scottie! (Of course, SHE may have answered based on scotties.)

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  4. mom says she will always have a pug
    hus
    MR Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

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  5. I am a definite Loyal Companion!
    Smileys!
    Arty

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  6. that is really very impawtant... we should look furst if our habits and our house fits to the needs of the breed we would like to add to our furmily... we often are sad when we read posts at FB where pups need a new home because the peeps had no good plan before they added a dog to their furmily... and if we can avoid such sad moments we should do it, right?

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  7. What a great idea! Always important to know that your new canine is going fit in just right with your lifestyle and be a much loved member of the family for always. Nose licks and love from Moth xx

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  8. Puppyspot contacted me too with the flowchart. I think it was a better match for your blog, though. You did a really great write-up! They seem like a nice company. I especially like that they pointed out that some people should not consider getting a puppy if their life style is too busy to give the right amount of time and care. Too many people get dogs, and then find out it was a mistake. Also people might not consider that different breeds have different needs. Good job! ghostwriter

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