I am aware that different people see it different, but as academic cynologist I have to promote precise, clear, and consistent definitions (called disjunct definitions) to improve understanding, not mindless copying like elsewhere.
By "tomorrow" My German Shepherd will have had additional opportunities for socialization (never ends!) and will have made new (minor) life experiences, both of which would require a new consideration of dog personality traits identified specifically for My German Shepherd by myself.
Now to your dog - if you have one? Or if you kept a diary of your past GSD and so remember details?
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