800 Types of dogs, Choose the perfect one!


Do you love dogs but don't decide on one? Find out which one hits you the most with our test!

If you are thinking of having a furry partner, there are a number of things you should keep in mind. First the size, if your house is the right place for him or how much free time you can spend with your pet or to take him for a walk and then choose the breed. Know which one goes with you! Take our test and find your perfect dog. In the end it will be true that dogs resemble their owners. But first, discover with the following video how your personality is according to your favorite animal. It's great!

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Let's be clear, everyone knows that who likes animals, of course, likes dogs, and how are we not going to like them? Dogs are that faithful animal that will never leave you alone, will be by your side in the best and worst moments and will always want to see you happy. Who doesn't love dogs? However, first of all, if you are thinking of having a dog, you must think that you really love him and that you will commit to taking care of him, as much as he would do with you. Let's not forget that animal abandonment remains one of the most troubling problems in society and with which, of course, we have to end. Therefore, if you cannot keep it, please do not buy or adopt.

If you are really aware of the responsibility of having a dog and are thinking of adopting one, you must take into account two main aspects, since you can't always take the one you like best:

    Keep in mind that it must be a dog that suits your style of v>

We are aware that it is not easy to decide for one, because absolutely everyone is beautiful, so we want to help you discover which is the dog that goes with you the most through this test. Cheer up!

What was the result? As you can see, there are many dog ​​breeds for all kinds of personalities. We tell you what are some of our favorite sizes. Take note!

Small dog breeds

1. Bichon Frize: We love the afro style that Bichón Frize looks with her hair. It looks like a super fashion teddy! In fact, its name, of French origin, means "curly." And it could not be called otherwise!

2. French Bulldog: He has a flat face that makes anyone fall in love. However, if you are one of those people who find it difficult to fall asleep, we do not recommend it, as the French Bulldogs are characterized by snoring muuuucho. Of course, they are adorable!

3. Toy poodle: Who does not know the face of this lovely puppy? Although the poodle exists in several sizes, the toy is especially small, weighing even less than 1 kg. A faithful friend ideal for small houses!

4. Chihuahua: It is one of the smallest dog breeds in the world. His bat ears and bulging eyes will conquer your heart. They are hilarious! Although, be careful! Chihuahua has the reputation of being small but thugs, since they usually have a lot of character.

5. Pomeranian: It has a coat that will warm you during the winter. In their origins they were dogs that were raised to hunt and protect the houses, however, today they are great companions who, always, always carry a smile on their faces. They will make your day!

Small dogs are also ideal for older people. Do not miss our favorites!

Discover: 30 breeds of calm dogs>
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Medium dog breeds

1. Beagle: It is a super cheerful and affectionate dog. However, it is fatal to be home alone, you can wake up the whole neighborhood if this happens! Therefore, it is best to try to tame their behavior since childhood. They will get along great with other dogs and with children.

2. Fox Terrier: They exist with hard hair and soft hair, we both love them! It is a super intelligent and active race. Ideal if you are one of those who do not stop making plans! Bet on him and take him wherever you go!

3. Water dog: It is another of the medium dog breeds that we love, both for its physique and its brilliant personality. He is super sociable, cheerful, intelligent and has a lot of energy. It also has a physical feature that comes in handy for the home: it does not lose almost hair! Therefore, it is ideal even for people with asthma or other respiratory problems.

4. Ratonero Bodeguero Andaluz: as its name defines, this dog was the one that, formerly, was used in Andalusian wineries to kill the mice that could have been hidden among the wine barrels. He is a fantastic companion, thanks to his waste of vitality, energy and joy. He will always be willing to go jogging outdoors with you and accompany you where necessary. He loves children and all kinds of games!

5. American Staffordshire-Terrier: Due to its physical appearance, the American Staffotdshire-Terrier is reputed to be dangerous, however, everything will depend on the education you give it to yourself. Although he is very active, he loves pampering.

Large dog breeds

1. Boxer: It is a breed that can be between medium and large size. And although they can impose due to the robustness of their body, they are very affectionate. They are very intelligent, playful and cannot avoid taking out their protection stimulus, especially with children.

2. German Shepherd: It is one of the favorite races due to its fidelity. It is a very protective and loyal dog, it would never fail its owner. In addition, it is very social with the family and is an ideal pet to live with children.

3. Akita Inu: Surely you've ever seen Hachiko's movie, right? Surely you cried as much as we did! Well, that same breed is the protagonist of the beautiful feature film, a dog of Japanese origin that, in his country, is considered a good luck charm. They are very faithful, intelligent and active dogs. In addition to being ideal for children and vigilance. With him you will always be protected!

4. Dalmatian: The race that was the protagonist of the Walt Disney movie in 1961 is very playful and energetic. However, Dalmatians also have a point of sensitivity when they are far from their own. Some of them can be quite reserved for strangers and even aggressive with other dogs.

5. Greyhound: It is one of the most battered and abandoned races. This is because they are dogs used for hunting that at the time they stopped serving the hunters abandoned them. However, little by little we are becoming aware of this and there are many associations that work to protect them. They are super sociable and affectionate, so if you're thinking of adopting, why don't you dare with a greyhound?

Do not forget the importance of adopting instead of buying. It is important that we give a home to animals that have been abandoned or mistreated. It will be super rewarding!

Take this decision very seriously as it will affect your life for years and, more importantly, that of another living being.

According to Wikipedia, there is a whopping 800 dog breeds, more than any other animal. Awesome, right? Each has a different history and origin.


Aspects that you must take into account!

1. The activity you are going to do: What do you want it for? To keep you company and to sleep with you on the cold winter nights? To protect you from villains and give you security? To take you to run marathons ...

2. The size and space you need: Do you prefer a tiny puppy that you can carry in a handbag, or on the contrary you have an empty stable and want a horse to call Boby and bring you the ball?

3. The energy level: It could be classified like this: 1. "It doesn't move, will it be dead?", 2. "Normal dog," 3. "Dog, for a little bit," 4. "I fall ** on the p *** dog that It doesn't stop for a second. ”

4. Personality: Do you prefer a quiet puppy with the ability to socialize to take to the park to try to flirt or a dog with a lot of character to take care of your things while you are not?

5. Its appearance: Do not worry too much about this, your dog will always seem the most handsome in the world and now you do not need a dog breed to introduce you to some beauty pageants and confirm your opinion.

6. The attention you can give: Are your friends tired of trying to comb them? Are you bald and miss that feeling? Or on the contrary you do not want to be a slave to a foreign mane?

7. Your intelligence: Try not to make your dog smarter than you or he will end up training you.

8. Sex: Do not forget that males can be more dominant or aggressive but females are jealous.


Not even animals get rid of fashions, such as the types of dogs that people choose have changed over the past few years.

I remember when I was little to see races quite often like the Doberman, Pekingese, Collie, German Shepherd, Poodle or Bobtail.

Over the years, others such as the Pitbull, Rottweiler, Bull Terrier, Yorkshire Terrier, Labrador, Golden Retriever or Boxer.

The last few years have become fashionable and it is very easy to see others such as Border Collie, Shiba Inu, Lhasa Apso, French Bulldog, Shih Tzu, Beagle, Carlino, Chihuahua, Spaniel, Ratonero Bodequero, Pinscher or Malinois.

The next? I bet that in a short time there will be very common races that we have never heard of as the Labrapoodle, Whippet, Papillon, Corgi, Frenchie Pug, Shorkietzu or Pomsky.

Are they just fashions or is it something else?

It seems that the tendency is to choose smaller dogs, dogs that can live in a mini floor and eat little to be able to feed it with our salary accordingly. Society has changed and our dogs with it.


At this point you will imagine that I will not recommend a dog, it is impossible to do so. Each person has a perfect dog for her and you must find yours. But calm down, I will help you.

To make a good choice from among all types of existing dogs, you must keep yourself in mind. Remember: dogs resemble owners!
▪ Think about what type of personality you have or take a test to know yourself and then look for a dog that fits that personality.


▪ You can go crazy reading the descriptions of encyclopedias and when you find your ideal dog, you discover that this breed is impossible to achieve with your mileurist salary.

▪ You can do this other test without any scientific rigor, in which you will discover which one you are among all types of dogs and thus look for your soulmate.


▪ Or you can (for me the best option):


Be honest with yourself and think about what kind of person you are and which of all types of dogs can best fit your staff>Do you think that may be your ideal partner? If you fit in, you have a good chance that this relationship is a success!

Have you liked the tests?

Very well, I have prepared one for you:

INFALIBLE test for the choice of your future dog.

Why do you want a dog?
A) I want a dog because my neighbor has bought one and it is very funny. I am also a super fan of celebrities who go out and take it.
B) I want a dog because I love animals, I want company and I think they are beautiful.
C) I want a dog because I would like to do some sporting activity with him, because I want him to protect my house or because I work with them.

What do you look for in a dog?
A) Be calm, do not disturb, do not loose hair, or dirty, or smell bad. Oh, and don't make noise.
B) That is playful, funny and affectionate. I like walking and doing outdoor activities, I would like to share my life with one.
C) That it has certain aptitudes and qualities to perform some concrete activity.

What is your lifestyle like?
A) I am never at home, I work all day. On weekends I go out late and sleep in the morning.
B) I miss several hours, I will leave it alone occasionally.
C) I work with dogs, it will accompany me almost always.

How do you like dogs?
A) Coincidentally I always like those that become fashionable.
B) I like them all, they are so cute ... ^^
C) I like them with specific beauty lines, I like that they have precise measurements and that the colors are in a certain way.

Would a dog for you be ...?
A) An ideal complement to go to the last.
B) A friend for life.
C) A partner for a sporting activity, work or hobby.

Majority result B.

You love dogs, you see one on the street and you chase it to try to touch it. What you have to do is go to the nearest shelter to guide you on the character and the types of dogs they have there, they will help you so that you can adopt your new best friend. In the protectors there are people with a lot of experience who knows all the animals that are abandoned there and will offer you the ones that best fit you. Do not rule out adult dogs, if they are educated they are easy to adapt to a new home and they will appreciate giving them a second chance.

Majority result C.

You like animals, but you want a dog for a very specific activity: beauty, defense, search, rescue ... Although I am of the opinion of "always adopts", it is clear that some disciplines require dogs of a specific breed. But I'm going to ask you a favor: before you buy that dog, take a walk through the closest protectors. You would be surprised by the variety of types of dogs and the amount of breed dogs that are abandoned there, even very young dogs that their owners of "majority result A" have only given a few weeks before getting tired. You may also find a dog that is not of breed, but that perfectly meets the characteristics you are looking for.

If finally dec>always do it with your head and consult several breeders before. Get informed about their parents, about the character of their siblings and how they have s>Ask everything you can think of and don't cut yourself . Observe the puppies with a specialized person and NEVER IN A SHOPPING CENTER OR MAXI SHOP : Maybe your boxer when he grows up stops being as boxer as they had promised you>there is a good chance that your dog will come from an illegal "puppy factory" from Eastern Europe, where they do business with them and treat animals as merchandise to enrich themselves.


!! Congratulations!! Wanting to get up early half an hour before going to work to take him out for a walk even if it rains and it is cold, invest an average of € 600 per year in your cu>But above all, the most important change you are going to notice is that YOU WILL BE MORE HAPPY.

I imagine that I don't need to tell you that having a dog is a very, very important decision , almost as much as having a child:

▪ You are going to lose hours of sleep attending to it when it comes to your life or when you are sick.
▪ You will invest a lot time and money in educating and grooming it.
▪ One significant part of your income It will be to keep it. (This can vary considerably from some types of dogs to others).
You will spend at least a couple of hours a day to walk him and take him to play with his friends.
▪ Determine your way of living , to move and go on vacation.
▪ Add 10 or 20 more conditioners and you will still fall short.

In short, it is not about acquiring a decorative object, keep in mind that during the next 10/15 years you will have to think together. HAVING A DOG IS A GREAT RESPONSIBILITY and hopefully one day it is mandatory to receive training before we can have one (but also to have a child), things would be much better for us all.

As surely you are a sensible person, I imagine that you are now in the process of informing and documenting yourself so as not to make any mistakes and raise your new friend well. Yes? Very well!

List of dog breed selection factors

Of all the options to select a dog, there are some that seem more common when choosing a breed:

  • Age
  • Mantle length
  • Change
  • Activity level> The age of a dog

When selecting a dog, age plays an important role. If there are young children in the house, it may be better suited to an adult dog that does not compete with the little ones and their toys. In that sense, there are those who choose a puppy that can grow with their child.

Age is also a factor in the energy level of the dog you select. If you are looking for a running partner, selecting an older dog does not seem the best option, however, if you are looking for a quieter dog, an older dog may be the right choice.

Cloak and molt length

Another important factor in the selection of a dog is the length of the coat. Some family members may be particularly sensitive to certain varieties of mantle. While there is no hypoallergenic dog (the allergen is in the saliva, not the hair), some allergies are caused by long-haired dogs. There are also dogs that shed much less than others like poodles.

Due to the nature of a Poodle's hair, molting is much more abundant than in a Collie. The change of hair is not always a matter of allergies. It can be a matter of cleanliness. If you are looking for a dog that does not force you to vacuum twice a day, there are short-haired dogs that change less than certain long-haired dogs.

As a general rule, dogs with longer coats shed more than dogs with shorter coats and dogs with hard hair shed less than dogs with silky mantles.

Activity level

A particularly important factor in choosing your dog is the level of activity. Living in an apartment is not suitable for dogs with particularly high energy levels, although this can be remedied if you offer your dog an adequate exercise routine. Many begin with this intention and end up abandoning the routine. A high energy dog ​​with no outlet for that energy will become a destructive dog that is simply bored.

Dog size

One of the most basic factors in selecting a dog is size. Size includes both height and weight. Families living in a small apartment should consider obtaining a smaller dog breed. Families with particularly young children should also be particularly careful when selecting a breed of giant dogs, breeds such as Mastiffs can be delicate with children, but they do not realize the enormous magnitude of their size and can easily knock down small children. .

When selecting a mixed breed puppy from a shelter, we can never be sure what the adult size will be, however, in general, shelter staff can help determine the approximate size.

An important factor in selecting a dog for a home with children is the temper or patience of the dog. Some races are considered very patient with children, such as Labrador Retrievers. Some breeds are not as patient with children as the Alaskan Malamutes, which are more destined to be working dogs outdoors. This does not mean that the Malamutes are not good with children or that all farmers are good with children, but in general some dog breeds have proven to work well with a family that has small children and others that do not.

Ask questions, make your choice and save a dog

Are you looking for a dog that has a short coat? Are you looking for a particular breed mix? Are you looking for a long-haired dog? Are you looking for a dog that has a large prey? Are you looking for a dog for a specific purpose, that is, a search and rescue job? Are you looking for an older or younger dog? After really planning what you are looking for, you can start visiting the local shelters and work with the local staff to inform them exactly what you are looking for in your future dog. Another advantage when selecting your dog from a shelter is that you don't have to select a puppy.

Try a local rescue group

Some people choose not to pick up their puppy from the animal shelter and prefer to collaborate with a local rescue group. Most, but not all, specialize in certain races, so it is important to investigate which race would be best for you before contacting a group. Almost all races have a dedicated rescue organization, although there are races with a higher incidence of abandonment than others.

Rescue organizations know their dogs well

The positive thing about selecting your dog from a rescue organization in addition to giving a dog a second chance is that rescue organizations generally have great knowledge of the breed they work with. An advantage when selecting your dog from a rescue group is that you can get a purebred dog of any age and many times more adult dogs are partially or fully trained.

Selecting a dog from a breeder

Some people who know for sure what breed of dogs they are looking for go directly to a breeder. It is important to research many breeders and ask as many questions as possible when buying a purebred dog. There are many websites that offer lists of questions to ask your potential breeder. It is always important, when you buy a breeder to check the dog lineage certifications, this is important for the health of your dog.

When you are preparing to pay a large amount of money for a dog or a new puppy, it is important that we ensure all aspects of the dog's health by checking the certifications of the hip, elbows and eyes. We must also ask about the health of both parents to make sure there are no major health problems in the lineage.

A good breeder will be happy to offer us information about the health of the ancestors of his specimens. A breeder will also give us more instructions to choose the right dog for our needs. Knowing what you are looking for in a dog, the breeder will be able to evaluate new puppies in terms of their dominance, their shyness and their personality in general. These factors are much easier to determine for a breeder while watching their puppies develop during the first months of their life.

When you buy a dog from a breeder, you should also make sure you read the contract that the breeder gives you to sign before completing the purchase. In most cases, a breeder's contract will stipulate that your dog must be spayed or neutered and that, if there is ever a need to deliver it, you must return it to the breeder. In general, buying a dog from a breeder is more expensive and comes with more conditions than the other two dog selection alternatives.

Take your time, choosing a dog is a long-term decision

Choosing the right dog and its breed for you and your family may require a lot of work and a lot of planning in advance, and ideally it should be that way because the decision to take a dog home is a decision that can last for many years. Choosing your dog according to its characteristics and breeds is an excellent way to start choosing the new family member, but like people, each dog has its own personality and character traits, ideally, choosing your dog should involve Multiple contacts with him before taking him home.

Most shelters and rescue associations, as well as breeders, require that potential families visit their new dog at least twice before taking it home so that we are aware of the particularities of the dog we are choosing.

The most important factor in taking your new dog home and creating a happy and healthy home is patience. Be sure to take your time and do your research, only then will you be well on your way to choosing the right partner.

Dogs for sports / active people

If you are a person who likes to go jogging or take long walks, and you also have plenty of free time to dedicate it to your dog, we recommend you buy a shepherd or crossbreed dog (Border Collie, German Shepherd or Mallorcan ) or even a Golden Retriever or a Labrador. Nor can we forget the sadly called dangerous dogs, such as pit bulls. These animals also need to exercise daily, but above all a lot of love.

Dogs for sedentary or less active people

If you are a person who likes to walk but little, then you will have to look for breeds (or crosses) of dogs that adapt to your lifestyle, such as the bulldog, the poodle or the Maltese Bichon. Even so, you have to keep in mind that, at least, you have to go outside once a day for 20-30 minutes, otherwise you will feel frustrated and may become very depressed.

Finally, tell you that Before you go to buy a furry, go visit a shelter or animal shelter. There you will find many dogs, both of breed, as crusaders and mestizos, looking for a family that love them and a home where they can lead a life like the one they deserve: comfortable and happy.

Choose a dog by breed

There are many people who opt for a dog breed and there is nothing wrong with it. The main advantage of this is that the dogs of each race share common characteristics that are fulfilled in greater or lesser med>

In addition to this type of dogs there are breeds mixed or crossed, a very common practice when raising dog litters. In general, these dogs they carry the same good health as those of race, something that is normally thought to be the opposite. The truth is that the combination of various genes can lead to smarter dogs with better physical characteristics. As you can see, these animals are not inferior with respect to their peers with pedigree.

Within the different types of breed, the animal's coat should be taken into account, since we found short hair and long hair. Long-haired specimens will tend to release much more hair and should be neat and hairstyles more assiduously, which can increase visits to dog grooming. Instead, the canines with short hair do not need major maintenance, although like every animal, they will also release hair.

Choose a dog by age

The normal, and what many people prefer, are puppies between eight and twelve weeks. This is due in the first place to the owners who are responsible for the education of the dog, so they will be able to teach the dog in its image and likeness. Also, at this age dogs tend to socialize and adapt to new environments more easily. Another reason why puppies are usually looked for is the stage of childhood and canine puberty, where puppies will be a world of fun for their owners. During his youth Puppies tend to be much more playful and affectionate, as they constantly seek motherly love. On the other hand, if there are children in the family, the puppies will be perfect for grow in tune with the kids in the house and forge a great friendship.

There are those who prefer to adopt adult dogs so as not to have to educate the puppies themselves, which entails teaching them not to bite the furniture, to do their needs on the street, to not constantly bark. Adult dogs they already carry a character and an education difficult to change, so the best thing to do when choosing a dog of this age will be to check that it is compatible with your way of being and lifestyle. In addition, we must bear in mind that there are adult dogs that have suffered abuse, which can bring difficulty to adapt to new environments and socialize. In these cases you should be even clearer that you are able to take care of an animal with a complicated past, which will need an extra dose of attention and affection.

Choose a dog by sex

Perhaps this is one of the most important characteristics when looking for a dog. It has nothing to do with having a male as a pet than a female. To get started, males are much more aggressive and dominant, tend to mark and assemble household objects, in addition to masturbating during their time in heat. On the other hand, if we don't control our dog when we take him for a walk can go marking females Find it down the street and inseminate them.

In the case of the females you have to take into account mainly his time of zeal in which, like women, they will bleed and be more sensitive. In addition, although some may also stand out for their dominant behavior, they are usually much simpler to educate and care and his character tends to be much more protective of his owners. Important to consider that it is the females that get pregnant, so if we do not want our pet to have puppies the best thing will be to sterilize it.

Choose a dog by its size

This characteristic depends not only on the personal tastes of each person, but on the housing they have. Small dogs are the best option for floors and houses with little space and no garden. But if your idea is to get a small dog because they consume less and end up being cheaper, forget it. These types of dogs are much more prone to disease, since their bodies are more delicate and vulnerable, so what you can save on food will go to veterinarians. In addition, as a rule, these types of dogs usually have a much more arduous temperament.

If on the other hand you have space to spare, and even garden, you can consider la compra o adopción de un perro de gran tamaño como mascota. Estos perros pueden proporcionar un extra de seguridad a la casa y pueden ser un gran compañero de aventuras para los niños de la familia. Pero también son una mayor fuente de gastos, ya que ensucian más, son complicados de transportar y comen el triple que un perro de tamaño pequeño. Que la casa sea amplia no significa que estos tipos de perros ya no vayan a necesitar salir a desfogarse, por lo que siempre será necesario sacar a pasear a la mascota y dedicarle un tiempo semanal a sus actividades físicas. Así estarán mucho más controlados y sosegados dentro de casa.

Dónde encontrar a nuestra mascota

Finalmente, y una vez claro el tipo de perro que queremos como mascota, llega el momento de hacernos con él. Existen tres opciones para ello: criaderos, tiendas de mascotas y perreras. En cada una de ellas se podrá encontrar un tipo de perro diferente y se deberá de escoger una de las tres en función a las necesidades e ideales de las personas que buscan mascota.

Esta es la opción más recomendable si lo que buscas es un perro de raza. Lo principal en esta opción es encontrar un criadero con reputación, ya que hay muchas personas que se dedican a estafar a la gente vendiendo perros sin pedigrí. En estos centros las camadas de perros empiezan a recibir contacto humano desde las primeras semanas de vida, lo que ayuda a estabilizar al cachorro y ayudarle a mejorar su forja de relaciones.

Como dato es importante recordar que los criaderos de perros destacan por cruzar canes de una misma raza con diversas líneas genéticas para obtener perros con mejores genes y características. Esto puede presentar diversos defectos genéticos, ya que la práctica de la endogamia no solo transmite los genes buenos, sino también los malos.

Tiendas de animales

Este se ha convertido con el paso de los años en el lugar menos recomendado para adquirir un perro. La mayoría de los cachorros que se exponen en los escaparates de las tiendas son destetados y separados de sus madres antes de tiempo. Esto conlleva que los cachorros sufran estrés postdestete, lo que ocasiona que los animales puedan coger grandes traumas y sean reacios a relacionarse con otros animales e incluso con personas. Además, la utilización de las mismas jaulas para la exhibición de perros de diversos orígenes y razas facilita el contagio y transmisión de enfermedades entre los canes. Por consiguiente, no se debería de recurrir a esta opción si se quiere comprar una mascota.

Esta es la opción perfecta para todas aquellas personas que en vez de comprar prefieran adoptar a un perro sin hogar. Estos lugares cuentan con profesionales especializados que se encargarán de encontrar el perro adecuado para tu familia y tus necesidades. Además, la seguridad del perro prima por encima de todo lo demás en las protectoras, por lo que la familia tendrá que pasar por una serie de entrevistas antes de poder llevarse al can a casa.

Hay que tener en cuenta que la gran mayoría de los perros que se encuentran en las protectoras de animales han pasado por experiencias traumáticas o han vivido durante una parte de su vida en la calle. Por ello, es necesario llevar a cabo un proceso de resocialización con este tipo de perros, por lo que se recomienda que sean personas con experiencias anteriores en el mundo canino las que recurran a adoptar a un perro maltratado. Lo mejor es conocer el entorno anterior en el que se ha criado el perro para saber como hay que cuidarlo y qué se puede esperar de él. Pero eso no siempre es posible, por lo que lo importante es que la persona que lo adopte esté llena de amor y compasión que compartir con su futura mascota.

Ahora ya estás preparado para tomar la decisión de escoger cómo va a ser tu perro. Recuerda que lo importante es la relación que se va a desarrollar entre animal y humano, por lo que tú vas a ser quien verdaderamente condicione la forma de ser de tu mascota. Hay muchos perros esperando por un dueño cariñoso y un hogar calentito en el que vivir, así que seguro que hay uno que se adapta a tus necesidades. Solo necesitas un poco de paciencia para encontrarlo.