We Gave This Dog Screenshot Quiz to 50 People and Only 2 Passed!

By: Kennita Leon
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About This Quiz

Here at Zoo, we love testing people! And one topic we love testing you guys about is dogs. Why? Because everyone loves them! These animals, also known as man's best friend, are among the most loyal animals in the world and do wonders for us humans. They protect us, they love us and they keep us company, even if we aren't the best owners at times. And because they seem to know us so well, we want to know how well you know them. Can you name the type of dog it is if we show you a picture?

Will you be able to tell the difference between a Bichon Frise and a Papillon? Do you know whether a German Shepard is taller than a Great Dane or not? And do you know if a Chihuahua is more ferocious than friendly? While we won't exactly be testing these things in this quiz, we will ask you to identify the breeds of a few dogs. 

So, if you're up to the challenge of making educated guesses as to what these dogs and their breeds are, take our quiz! Will you be called an expert by the end, or will you be among the 48 who failed? 

Originating in both the United Kingdom and Canada, the Labrador retriever is a popular breed used for sporting, hunting, therapy and disability aid.

One of the best-known guard dogs around, Rottweilers are believed to have been in existence as early as the Roman Empire.

This breed of dog makes a great family pet because they love to show affection. The beagle can grow between 13 to 16 inches tall and can weigh up to 35 pounds. Beagles have coarse coats that come in an array of the colors black, tan, white or red.

This sweet dog is energetic and craves attention. It is a high-energy breed that requires moderate exercise. Yorkshire Terriers grow up to 8 to 9 inches tall and weigh between 4 to 7 pounds. Yorkies need occasional brushing and clippings and can be a bit yappy.

One of the tallest dog breeds in existence, the great Dane or German Mastiff as it is also known, grows up to more than 30 inches in height.

The Havanese has the temperament of an extremely playful and happy dog. They require lots of attention and are super friendly to most people. To avoid matting, the Havanese needs to be brushed occasionally and clipped short every few months. This breed is a very light shedder.

This dog has a long thick coat of silky straight fur that comes in white, red or black. They can grow between 8 to 11 inches and weigh 4 to 7 pounds. The Japanese Chin is an indoor dog and should not be left outdoors due to its sensitivity to heat and humidity. This breed of dog is loyal, sensitive and calm and becomes attached to its owner.

The Puli is a very loud breed that may sometimes bark too much. They are not very trusting of strangers and usually keep their distance until they confirm that the person does not pose a threat to them. The stubborn Puli comes with its challenges to train, but a firm training plan can assure their obedience.

This breed is sometimes used as a service dog for people with disabilities because they can recognize sounds and devices and are easily trained. The toy fox terrier likes daily walks and dislikes cold weather. This breed is also an efficient hunter and will keep critters away from the house or yard.

This breed is active, polite and sensitive and loves running around. During winter months, these dogs require a sweater to protect from the cold weather. This breed is typically 7 to 14 pounds, and grows to heights of 13 to 15 inches.

The meaning of this breed's name is "the little lion,' partly due to it being extremely territorial and protective of its family. It has a fierce bark that it directs at strangers, unexpected noises, and larger dogs. However, this short dog breed can make friends very quickly.

The English Toy Spaniel is a heavy shedder and requires only occasional brushing to maintain its coat. Their quiet nature makes them inadequate watchdogs due to their shyness.

Originally bred for hunting deer in Europe, bloodhounds are the best scent hounds due to their strong tracking instinct and keen sense of smell.

This energetic breed of dog is loyal and affectionate to its owner. They require daily walks to expend their high level of energy and should always be on a leash when brought out to walk.

The official state dog of New Hampshire, the Chinook, was developed during the 20th century as a rare breed of sled dog.

This attention-seeking breed is vigilant, affectionate and super friendly. The Swedish Vallhund can grow between 11 and 14 inches tall and can weigh 23 to 35 pounds. This breed excels at herding, fetching and makes a wonderful outdoor pet.

Also known as the red setter, the Irish setter, as the name suggests, originates in Ireland. This breed is popular among show dogs.

This dog breed is excellent with children, loves playing and climbing and has high levels of energy. The Chinese Crested is 11 to 13 inches tall, with a medium length, silky double coat and can weigh between 5 to 12 pounds. It is a sensitive breed that requires gentle training.

Owners require loads of patience to train the Jack Russel Terrier but will be rewarded with an outstandingly obedient dog once it is taught. This terrier makes an excellent watchdog because he is very protective of his owner and family.

Existing in the United States since the late 20th century, cockapoos are a cross-breed of the cocker spaniel and poodle.

A sweet dog by nature, the Bichon Frise is a great child-friendly breed. This breed gets along with other household pets very well and virtually does not shed. They require occasional brushing and clipping to ensure maintenance.

A large hound breed, the Scottish deerhound is a sighthound originally developed to hunt red deer.

Also known as ‘Min Pin,' the miniature pinscher is a confident and fearless breed of dog with an immensely high level of energy. The miniature pinscher is an excellent child-friendly breed that loves to chase and play. Although miniature pinschers can be trained, they sometimes steal and chew on items they find laying around.

The national dog of Malta, the Pharaoh hound or "rabbit dog" as it is known in its country of origin, features an elegant and slender build.

This bred is not a good recommendation for children because of its small structure and delicate nature. The Phalene can grow 8 to 11 inches and weigh 8 to 10 pounds. The heavy shedding of the silky, flowing, multicolored coat of the Phalene is not suited for owners who desire tidy, fur-free homes.

This feisty dog is a very popular breed. The Chihuahua is a confident and loyal companion and an excellent child-friendly breed. The Chihuahua is a tough dog to train that shivers when nervous or cold.

The high energy of the Pomeranian means that it requires plenty of play time and walks. Although this breed is easily trained, it can sometimes exhibit traits of being headstrong and territorial. This breed gets nervous around small children and may bite. Regular trips to the dentist must be planned for the Pomeranian because its teeth develop tartar.

Originally developed for the hunting of puffins in Norway, the Norwegian Lundehunde is a small Spitz-type dog.

Sweet and gentle is the nature of the Coton de Tulear; it enjoys snuggling and usually becomes very attached to its owner. This breed of dog is inquisitive and is an attentive listener, making it easy to train.

Also known as the Welshie, this breed is playful, loving and full of energy. The Welsh terrier makes the perfect pet for families with children because of its enthusiasm and energy. It has a strong desire to chase animals, and for that reason, it should be kept on a leash.

First introduced as a hypoallergenic guide dog in 1988, the labradoodle or labra-poodle is a cross-breed of the Labrador retriever and the poodle.

Closely resembling the English foxhound, the harrier is a medium-sized hound used for the hunting hares.

The Brussels Griffon grows to heights of 7 to 8 inches and weighs 8 to 12 pounds. They do not shed, making them perfect for individuals seeking to keep a tidy home. This breed is excellent with children, although they can be a bit bossy. The Brussels Griffon's short attention span makes it challenging to train.

With a double coat consisting of a silky outer coat and a soft undercoat, the English Cocker Spaniel requires 10- to 15-minute brushing sessions two to three times a week to maintain its grooming standards.

The national dog of its home country, Finland, the Finnish Spitz features a double coat of soft, dense, golden-red fur.

This extremely popular breed is super outgoing and loyal, yet sensitive. The Pug is a quiet dog that can become anxious or jealous when seeking its owner's attention. The flat construction of the Pug's face makes them wheeze, snore, snort and sneeze. The deep wrinkles in their face also need to be cleaned regularly, but their coat requires minimum brushing.

This breed is eager to please its companions, and because of this, it makes them extremely easy to train and housebreak. Manchester Terriers are patient with children, intensely devoted and loyal to their owners. This breed requires a considerable amount of exercise inside and outside the home.

Specially bred in the mountainous regions of Afghanistan, the Afghan hound can be easily distinguished by its long, silky coat and curled tail.

Named after the Aztec god of the dogs, this breed is a loyal and vigilant dog that comes either hairless or coated.

The Scottish terrier can be aggressive to other animals but can also be an excellent watchdog, because of its willingness to protect its family. The Scottish Terrier can grow up to 10 to 11 inches tall and can weigh 18 to 22 pounds.

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