What Are The Top Ten Dog Breeds ?

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Dog are the most loved pets to have not just in America but all-around the world. Their adorable nature and affection makes them most loved by many individuals and families. Nevertheless, not all breeds are lovable. Some dog breeds are more preferred than others. In regard beneath is the rundown of top ten most common  dog breeds in America




1. Labrador retriever

The Labrador retriever is the most all around preferred dog breed. The Labrador is one of the most popular breeds of dog in the United Kingdom and the United States. Today’s Labrador Retriever is as good-natured and hard working as his ancestors, and he’s America’s most popular breed. Parents really like this breed because it is so great with children and  easy to train. It is no surprise to me to see it in first spot. 




2. Yorkshire Terrier

The Yorkshire terrier tops the small dog breeds list, as they are a standout amongst the most dependable and faithful dogs that you can find. They are short in stature, and their body shape resemble that of the Chihuahua. They are often prepped gorgeously, as their rich, wiry hair allows them to have strips and decorative extras, establishing a high form type of potential. These dog as are portrayed by their happiness and vivacity, and their strong bones and strength that lends them to be faithful sidekicks for their owner. Their legs are perfect for walking, as they are not too long or too short, allowing the puppy to have an extremely dynamic control extend. They make fantastic guard dogs and can be especially perfect for families.



3. Papillion

The Papillion  are exceptionally delicate and intimate animals, and are extremely intelligent and are equipped for learning various commands. They are often glad and amicable, and can be to a great degree caution at times when it is important. While their small bodies may give off an impression of being unimposing, they are much more grounded than they look, and appreciate open air exercises. They don't coexist well with different dogs as they appreciate spending their time with the family and receiving most, if not all, of the love and attention.



4. Keeshond

These dog breeds are among the most alluring small fleecy dog breeds around. They are agreeable and outgoing dogs, and can make companions effectively, both with different dogs and with individuals around the home and outside. They make astounding buddies and are profoundly intelligent. They are tender animals and love spending time with their owners and family, preferring to snuggle and get attention. Their appearances can often be perused effortlessly because of the lines around their countenances, however it is not abnormal to anticipate that the dog breed will express delight and happiness. They are physical and appreciate walking and playing outside. Their thick coats need constant care and grooming.





5. German shepherd

The German shepherd has a powerful following as they are  connected as an outstanding administration dog for the police and as a relatives pet. It additionally has been connected as productive, and protective. These significant dog breeds are additionally really intelligent and tractable generating them an outstanding decision for all.





6. Beagle


The Beagle is an adorable character of American verifiable past that has thrived as an amazing seeker of tiny game. They love the outdoors and love to play and explore.Their coat needs minimal care so they are easier to take care of. They are smart, friendly, and happy. The Beagle usually gets along with other pets. Beagles were originally know as hunting dogs since they like to explore. 






7. Boxer

The Boxer is powerful, exceptionally compelling dog breed that has its origins in Germany. Like a few German dog as, it has an amount of beautiful qualities that people like. This breed  is a powerful dog with an intelligent and alert expression. Infrequent grooming is required to maintain upkeep. The boxer needs regular exercise for apartment living and is best with a small to average-size yard.


8. Dachshund

The Dachshund  is a short-legged, long-bodied, hound-type dog breed. The standard size dachshund was developed to scent, chase, and flush out badgers and other burrow-dwelling animals. The dachshund has an energetic, pleasant expression. They're usually good with other family pets, too, though they can be jealous when they want attention and they can be possessive of their toys.



9. Poodle

The Poodle happens to be a very smart and a gentle dog. Its most favored frame is a miniature poodle which has been reproduced around method for many years of breeding. They are good with other pets and kids, and are smart, responsive, obedient and playful, making them a great match for kids, too. 



10. Bulldog

The Bulldog or as a great deal more men and ladies know it the British Bulldog has additionally a powerful following in the United States. This loving dog breed has a calm air that stows away what can often be a forceful streak. The Bulldog pup is sure to act affectionately towards the kids, the Bull Dog is your go-to breed. The Bull Dog is perfect for kids who like to play However, he won’t win any awards for most energetic dog.



Which ever dog breed catches your heart, with good training and love your new dog will make a big impact on your family. It is a lot of work especially puppies to train, It takes a lot of patience and understanding. Make sure you are ready to make that commitment. 






24 comments

  1. We lost our dog last summer and I would love to get another one at some point. Ours was a mixed breed, but next time I am getting a Pomeranian.

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  2. We have a Labrador retriever! She is amazing! Turning 15 this year! Not sure if we will get another, but she is the sweetest thing!

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  3. Very interesting, there were some that surprised me on the list! One that doesn't is the Yorkie, I have meet several in my travels and they are certainly excellent and intelligent companions!

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  4. Oh my goodness these are all so cute I can't cope! And that's coming from a cat person!
    Katja xxx
    www.katnapped.com

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  5. I love all dogs lol. My mom has Labs, my dad has a German Shorthaired pointer and I have an American Bull Dog/Statfordshire Terrier mix. I would love to get a Doberman or a Boxer, I just have a thing for larger breed dogs.

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  6. I don't have a dog but loved reading about them through your post.

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  7. my dog is half pit, half lab, and 100% love and snuggles!

    i enjoyed this post!

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  8. I am such a dog lover so I enjoyed reading this list! I have a mixed Miniature Pinscher!

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  9. I'll take them all!! I have a Blue Merle Shetland Sheepdog, they are great dogs!

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  10. This was a great list! I've had personal experience with several of the breeds listed here, but my favorite (among those listed) is the German Shephard. They are truly stunning animals, both beautiful to look at and incredibly fine companions. My current dog is a "hound mix" - a mutt from the pound. But regardless of what a dog is made of, they all have amazing potential ... mine isn't even a specific breed, but he'd got what it takes to have become a service dog.

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  11. I had the best german shepherd for the longest time. That dog was so loyal and amazing.

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  12. Thank you so much for this list! We've had a labrador before, she's now in doggy heaven. She was too old when she left us. Now, we're thinking about getting another dog, a Yorkie sounds great.

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  13. I've been thinking about getting a dog for my kids and I'm sure these are going to be perfect. We just have to check which breed works best for us. I really appreciate this list.

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  14. The German shepherd is so cute! Wish I could have the patience for a dog too

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  15. We have a golden retriever at home and I can't believe they didn't make the list! Our Henry is the sweetest thing in the world!

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  16. Awwwww... *melt* at this post! My favorite dog breed is probably the yorkshire terrier. So adorable! Thanks for sharing this great list :)

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  17. How interesting and how adorable!!Some seriously cute pups above!

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  18. I love dogs! My favorite is especially the rottweilers and grey hound. Good to know there's so many dog breeds out there.

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  19. Are these the 10 most common breeds? We have a service in Australia that helps you to match the dog that suits your lifestyle. I want a border terrier myself.

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  20. Awww I love my dog to see if she will be 10 in a few months! I can't believe how quickly time flies !!! I love this list I happen to have a yorkie #2 on your list and she's so tiny weighs less than a gallon of milk ❤

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  21. I'm normally a cat person. But how cute are these dogs!

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  22. Thats a wonderful list! My knowledge is limited to my Labradors! Thanks for joining The Bloggers Pit Stop

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  23. I love this post! I only have one dog breed that I ever adopt, they are chow chows! I don't recommend if you've never owned one or been around them before but if you have, they are so fantastic family dogs. I just love them so much! <3

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  24. We have a Beagalier - a Beagle mixed with a Cavalier King Charles. She looks like a beagle and has the strong sniffing instinct, but everything else is the cavvy. She is the perfect family dog. I never have any concerns about my kids being around her.

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