MAN'S BEST FRIEND REVEALS HIS PERSONALITY

Checking out a guy's pet pooch can help dating women separate the pure-bred partners from the real dogs, says an expert on people and their pets. Wendy Diamond, founder of Animal Fair magazine, researched her findings on dates with 120 men who as a group owned 32 popular breeds. Here's a sampling of Diamond's insights from her new book "What A Lucky Dog! Understanding Men Through Their Dogs."

The Mutt
This down-to-earth Renaissance man is the ideal mate. Be prepared to give the scattered, insecure puppy a lot of TLC, but he's worth it.

Beagle
These guys tend to be handsome heartbreakers. They also love gardens.

Bulldog
These fellows may not be the most attractive of the pack, but the wags can always make you laugh with a great sense of humor. Still they can be moody, immature and lacking in table manners.

Shih Tzu
These Zen-like guys love romantic dinners.

Rottweiler
With a protective nature, this man is happiest with a house full of family. But they can be bossy and a bit suspicious.

Yorkie
Supremely confident, this guy is fearless and charming, and used to getting away with murder.

German Shepherd
These males perk up their ears at a complex problem, mystery or important mission. They're also very loyal.

Poodle
Be ready to discuss wine, art and culture, but don't commit if you want more than one child.

Labrador Retriever
This energetic, active and social breed makes a great father, if you can handle a real guy's guy who loves sports and the outdoors, and gets into mischief when bored.

Pug
Witty and playful, if you can get past their dignified pose.

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