When I was younger, I had many different ideas on what I wanted to do when I grew up. I changed my mind a few times and back again and even now, I have gone in a different direction than I thought I would. It’s my hope that when my kids grow older, they will find a profession that doesn’t feel like a “job”. I want them to find something that they love doing, that they’re passionate about, that they’re good at and that works well for a life balance.
When it comes to professions, there are a lot to choose from and it turns out, we’re not the only ones in the job field. There are many professions that dogs hold — usually in a capacity that helps us out and they are really, really good at it. Different professions need a different breed temperament and so each profession has a typical breed that is used for the job.
Check out these 10 dog professions and the dog breeds that are most commonly used for each job:
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