Which High School Stereotype is your dog?

    • Bronze

    Memory's a definite mixture of the loner/goth, jock, and the smartie. As a wolf dog, she's all too misunderstood, even other dogs seem hesitant to approach her, but she's so athletic I have the hardest time keeping up! She got me in shape for sure. She's also the smartest dog I've ever met, and a lot of the times she stares at me like I can't keep up with her intelligence Confused

    • Gold Top Dog

    I would say that Dahlia is either the brain or generally nice one. 

    She loves to work her mind and brightens up whenever you start training her.  She's incredibly smart and works out new ways to do things.  For instance, we were working on "trade ya!" where I threw a toy, and then offered a treat in exchange for the toy.  When I offered the treat, she leaned forward, sniffed it, and then rushed off to put her toy down in the other room, then came back and sat very nicely for her treat.

     But she's also just really NICE.  She loves everyone -- people, kids, dogs.  Anyone who will pet her she'll sit still for and lean into them slightly.

    • Bronze

    Bella is the teachers pet and Bug is the class clown.

    • Puppy

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    • Puppy

    The school stereotype of my dog ​​is the party planner. No wonder they say that a dog looks like its owner. I also love to have fun, dance, spend time with friends. But no one canceled university assignments. I often use this service www.essaywritinglab.co.uk Professional writers help me to complete all my assignments perfectly. This is not surprising, since their company employs over 350 writers and editors. Now I completely trust them.