Saturday, October 18, 2008

What kind of dog are you work?

"At work you are a Border Collie!

You don't give up and that's your key to success. Though people might not always expect it from you since you're so sociable in the office, you've got success on the brain and you won't stop 'til you get there."

The most well-known breed for herding sheep throughout the world. Originally developed in Scotland and Northern England. Just interesting to me that by answering questions, psychologist have certain way of determining my type of behavior and this time it is about my work ethic. As a border collie comparison , this dog is known to be reserved with strangers and can also be protective of a human family member and affectionate to those they know and very highly energetic. Border Collies are intelligent, biddable breed having this desire to work closely and intensely with a human handler and an excellent companion. They are very well behaved and can be very excitable dogs too. Ther primary role of the Border Collie is that of the working stock dog. Dogs of this breed are becoming increasingly popular as pets. True to their working heritage, they make very demanding and energetic pets that are better off in households that can provide them with plenty of exercise and a job to do. They can be a wonderful choice for some households.

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