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What Your Corgi Dog Says About Your Personality


Did you know that your choice of canine can say a lot about you? Your Inner Dog provides a humorous, lighthearted look at how pet parents compare to their dogs. Best traits, career, leisure, fashion musts, food faves, significant others, and pet peeves are just some of the things your dog’s breed can reveal about you. Corgi owners, we want to know: Does this breed personality and character profile match your own?


Personality and Character

Optimistic, intelligent, loyal, and unique, Pembroke people have a regal air all their own, just like Queen Elizabeth of England, who is the world’s most famous Corgi breeder.
You have a high sense of justice—in fact, you always take the side of those who are wronged. Indeed, you Pembroke people are known for your gallantry, patriotism, and love of honor. You like to be the center of attention, and you sometimes lack humility.
You are also a bit of a gossip, which has gotten you into trouble (more than once). Sometimes you have too rigid a commitment to the rules of society.
You have high expectations for your family members, although sadly, most of your relatives do not live up to them. It’s not really their fault, though. Times have changed, so it would be wise to be less critical. You have great emotional balance.
*Excerpt from Your Inner Dog: Discover What Your Favorite Breed Says About You by Diane Morgan
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One Response to What Your Corgi Dog Says About Your Personality

  1. Cherrl-Lou Jacobson May 16, 2012 @ 3:15 am

    So true, so true about the Pembroke Corgi owner personality. I can personally attest to the blurb being spot-on for the most part…

    Owner of most handsome Emrys (Em-rees) Born January 17, 2008 in MO

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