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Dave PageMemberSeptember 12, 2018 at 4:58 pm3750
You’re looking for whether dogs gravitate more to one mbti type?
It’s a test worth taking. Can help an individual understand themselves better.
Mines the type that makes communication difficult. ?
I’ve observed; may be more subjective that objective; an “E” or “I” will often have a dog the same way. Used to think it was nurture, until watching puppies more. Usually seems to be a couple in a litter that sits on the sidelines watching more than the rest, or just going and doing their own thing.
It seems if one let’s the puppy choose them they often get one closer to their type whether I, or E? Where as those who go in to pick and choose seem to be those who have most complaints and difficulties with the dog later.
What’s thoughts on it?