Essay on Classification of Dog Personalities

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As the owner of three unique pups, I know that dogs’ variances are numerous. Any one who owns a dog knows that it has a mind of its own, and therefore a unique personality. Having had many dogs throughout my life, I have found that dogs fit into three classifications.
Annie dogs
As princesses of the canine universe, Annie type dogs have a loving yet manipulative personality. An Annie dog assumes the role of queen bee. As leader of the pack, she keeps everybody in line. She dominates all of the other dogs, often by physical herding or malicious growl. Tough the tough façade she has created does not accurately represent her entire personality. There is a bit of a diva atop Annie dogs’ fur, especially when anger causes the hairs of
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They literally start to squirm. This excitement epitomizes the carefree nature of Winnie type dogs. Around our house, we refer to these types of dogs as stuck in the teenage years. They have perfect, adult-like bodies, but gawky movements and lighthearted behaviors, which show the kid that still resides in them. Winnie types are unpredictable sleepers, needing to find the perfect position (often achieved by circling multiple times over all of the papers you are working on just to get as close to you as possible before falling asleep), needing to be untouched, and needing near silence to fall asleep. However in contrast to the Annie type dogs, Winnie dogs can sleep through it all (that is after ruining all of your homework and falling asleep so close to you that you cannot manage to move your elbow enough to even rewrite your English assignment). The benefit of their deep sleep, however, is it gives you a chance to tell them your problems. They listen well, and their serene expression, really does give the perfect answer to dilemmas, quite often. Winnie dogs are goofs, but loving, goofs. They look at you with inquisitive eyes which reveal the compassion needed on a bad day. They love to play with you, love to sleep with you, and love to eat with you (either in their own bowl on the floor beside your kitchen table, or on the couch begging for a bite of your cereal). Seeing as to how dogs mainly eat, sleep, and play, Winnie type dogs…