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What kind of dog are you?

There's a dog inside all of us, waiting to be let out. This game is based on a computer called SUKA, built in 1975 by Russian scientist Mikhail Volkonsky and now housed in a London museum.

SUKA is powered by CATS (Canine Algorithmic Transfer SystemT) which is able to determine what kind of dog you are. Simply answer 10 questions, being as honest and accurate as possible and CATS will calculate which breed you resemble the most.


Then go to the games link.

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