Life is always better with a pet. And sometimes that pet is a dog. And sometime you're watching tv and your favorite show comes on and you think... this would be better with dogs! Well Barkpost decided that these shows are worth a chance! Barkpost writer, Lori Goldman, decided to take the best tv shows we all know and love and fit the perfect dog breed to patch thats character. Here's what it turned out to be...
Jerry: Standard Poodle. Looks a little funny, but is just a normal dog.
Elaine: Yorkie. Great hair, very yippy.
Kramer: Great Dane. Awkward body, always means well.
George: Boston Terrier. Looks like an angry bean, is an angry bean.
Sex and the City
Carrie: Maltese. Smart, but a bit annoying; prone to wearing weird outfits.
Samantha: Shih Tzu. Classy, but sniffs a lot of butts. We're not judging, but it's a lot.
Charlotte: King Charles Spaniel. Raised for pampering, a bit old-fashioned.
Miranda: Dalmatian. All business. You want to just snuggle her but she wouldn't like that sort of thing.
I Love Lucy
Lucy: Brussels Griffon. Makes the funniest faces. Honestly, those faces are the point of the show.
Ricky: Italian Greyhound. Doesn't speak English very well, looks good with a cigar.
Fred: English Bulldog. Tries to act tough, but really just likes to sit and eat snacks.
Ethel: Australian Shepherd. Sensible and kind, great with kids.
Ross: Bloodhound. Always feels a little bad for himself, tireless when following a scent. Like he'll even follow a scent all the way to an airport to make sure that the scent DOES NOT GET ON THAT PLANE.
Rachel: Afghan Hound. Elegant, friendly, her nose wasn't always this sleek.
Monica: Shiba Inu. It is never out of character for her to dance with a turkey on her head.
Chandler: Frenchie. Makes a lot of jokes, not very funny, great companion.
Phoebe: Dachshund. Has a lot of personality, very nosey
Joey: Beagle. Always sniffing around for food. Will not share said food
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