Your result for Which Were Animal Would You Be? Test...
80% tiger, 70% wolf, 0% horse, 10% rat, 40% leopard, 40% fox and 30% bear!
Tigers are definitely predators. They love to hunt and mostly hunt at night. They are also, for the most part, solitary animals, but they will definitely share a kill with other tigers.
Tigers don't live by set rules. Sometimes they avoid each other, sometimes they will work together to kill. They don't like feeling boxed in and will make sure that others know their territory.
Tigers are monogamous, but they don't have to be around their mates all the time. They meet up when the mating instinct hits them.
As a were-tiger you are going to be hunting during the night. You'll definitely be going after live prey and enjoy every minute of your hunt.
Your result for The Dog Reincarnation Test...
50% German_Shepherd, 31% Labrador, 6% Poodle, 13% Doberman, 19% Fox_Terrier, 25% Dachshund, 25% Bulldog, 25% Chinese_Crested, 19% Basenji, 44% Cocker_Spaniel and 25% Collie!
German Shepherds are lovers. People that are always looking out for others will likely be reincarnated as a German Shepherd.
German Shepherds have been one of the first choices for police and military dogs. It is one of the most dependable breeds of dogs as well. It has been one of the most popular breeds of dog for generations, according to the AKC. It is a loving family companion, highly intelligent, and very strong. This dog can be quite fearless and very protective of it's family. It is a large dog with short to medium length fur. This dog has a very majestic stance and loves to cuddle. They are quite the talkers and will sing or howl along with you. They are very inquistive and attentive dogs that never seem to forget. They are loyal, fearless, and totally devoted to their friends and loved ones.
A Look Back The German Shepherd Dog originated in 1899 at Karlsruhe, Germany due to the efforts of Captain Max von Stephanitz and others. Derived from the old breeds of herding and farm dogs, the first German Shepherd Dog exhibited in America was in 1907. The fame associated with Rin-Tin-Tin and Strongheart, two members of the breed whose movies played on variations of the boy and his dog theme, shot the popularity of the breed sky-high.