You might very well be a dog snob if ...
1. You want to see your dog's face on a wine label.
2. You named your dog after a designer or cologne.
3. You buy your pooch expensive jewelry.
4. You wear your pet like jewelry, shoes, or a handbag.
5. You only trust dog food brands with the words "royal," "pedigree" or "fancy" in them.
6. You celebrate your Golden Retriever's family history with an annual pilgrimage to a castle in Scotland.
7. You stay home but have painted your house "Golden Retriever," "Weimaraner" or "Golden Lab."
8. Your "aristocratic" Cavalier holds court from a Windsor Castle Royal luxury dog bed.
9. You think pedigree papers help improve your own family tree.
10. You wear your dog's DNA proudly on your chest like a heraldic shield.
11. Your family crest is a Labrador Retriever.
12. You still believe purebreds are, on average, smarter, healthier or more loyal than dogs with no breeding at all (also known as mutts).
13. You think inbreeding dogs to keep their blood "pure"-and all the other trappings that come with pedigree-are really worth the health risks.