The golden retriever is one of the most beautiful and is the most popular of the dog breeds. Louis definitely has the most fame out of these male artistes. After leaving a mark in TVB, Louis is one of the highest in demand actors in the Hong Kong movie industry. In 2006, he filmed three movies, and they overlapped each other. This makes him the closest to Carol Cheng's (Dodo) record of filming nine movies at the same time back in the day. With his looks and acting skills, he will be the next 'Best Actor' in movies.
Gallen Lo - Rottweiler
Gallen is described by his colleagues as mature, extremely calm, silent, and very respectful to others. Gallen and rottweilers share the common trait of being extremely calm and patient. They are fiercely loyal and protective of their families. Gallen only wants the best for his family. In 2003, he purchased a 3 million HKD mansion, and two years ago, he purchased a mansion worth 5 million HKD. A rottweiler's mean and evil appearance is also very similar to Gallen's role as Tsui Ka Lap in "Cold Blood Warm Heart".
Roger Kwok - Boxer
Roger would be best described as a boxer because they are both loyal and affectionate. When it comes to loyalty to TVB, Roger would be TVB's most faithful and devoted artiste. He has been with TVB ever since joining in 1985. Roger even had the rare opportunity to expand outside of TVB. That kind of freedom was not granted to Gordon Lam, which led to him leaving TVB.
Sammul Chan - Chihuahua
A chihuahua is a small dog with a big dog attitude and they have more bark than bite. Sammul has excellent speaking skills and is very smart with words. He is very quick to respond to troublesome questions and also has the ability to control hosting events. Plus, Sammul has the smallest head of all the male artistes.
Personal Note: I was thinking of adding Raymond Lam, but could not think of which dog to compare him to.