Have you ever noticed that there are people who own dogs that look and act like they do?
I’m not sure what my dogs say about me- 3 pit/lab mixes (one with boxer) and 1 Schnauzer. As much as I enjoy psychoanalysis, this one is beyond me.
When it comes to Dog Size: Large vs. Small
Cesar says that large dogs require more space and exercise so it’s suggested that owners of more sizable dogs enjoy outdoor activities and sports.
Something that Cesar reminds us of is that the bigger the dog, the bigger the mess. Meaning that people with larger dogs appear more tolerant of scooping up bigger piles of waste, wiping muddy paws, and cleaning up piles of drool.
Totally not me. Cesar says that some studies show a correlation between large dogs and men who perceive themselves to be macho.
Small breeds are easier to care for and are often associated with people that prefer taking their canine companion for a walk in the park versus scaling up the side of a mountain for exercise. Smaller dogs are often viewed as cleaner, daintier, and require less space.
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