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Top Ten dog Breeds in the usa

Labrador ​Retriever​
Labrador ​Retriever​

The 5 Most Popular Dog Breeds in the USA. ... For these reasons and more, the Labrador Retriever has once again earned the title of “America’s Most Popular Dog. ...

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German ​Shepherd​
German ​Shepherd​

The 5 Most Popular Dog Breeds in the USA. July 14, 2017; On a trip to the dog park, you’ll see that America’s dogs are as diverse as the country ... German Shepherd.

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Golden ​Retriever​
Golden ​Retriever​

The Golden Retriever is a sturdy, muscular dog of medium size, famous for the dense, lustrous coat of gold that gives the breed its name. The broad head, with its friendly and intelligent eyes, short ears, and straight muzzle, is a breed hallmark.

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Beagle​
Beagle​

Home Blog Breed Info The 5 Most Popular Dog Breeds in the USA. ... Beagle. Coming in at #5 for the second consecutive year is the Beagle. This medium-sized, ...

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French ​Bulldog​
French ​Bulldog​

The French Bulldog has the appearance of an active, intelligent, muscular dog of heavy bone, smooth coat, compactly built, and of medium or small structure. Expression alert, curious, and interested. Any alteration other than removal of dewclaws is considered mutilation and is a disqualification.

source: akc.org
Rottweiler​
Rottweiler​

The American Kennel Club announced its annual list of the United States top dog breeds ... which are between the dog breeds of Poodle, Rottweiler ... Dogvills is a ...

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Bulldog​
Bulldog​

The 5 Most Popular Dog Breeds in the USA. ... French Bulldog: If you’re looking for a small dog with an outsized personality, the Frenchy is a great choice.

source: canna-pet.com
Siberian ​Husky​
Siberian ​Husky​

Fortunately, the Siberian Husky is a relatively healthy breed. Responsible breeders screen their breeding stock for health problems such as juvenile cataracts, and the breed’s national parent club, the Siberian Husky Club of America, has strict guidelines to help reduce reported cases.

source: akc.org
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Australian ​Shepherd​
Australian ​Shepherd​

The Australian Shepherd, a lean, tough ranch dog, is one of those “only in America” stories: a European breed perfected in California by way of Australia. Fixtures on the rodeo circuit, they are closely associated with the cowboy life.

source: akc.org
Boxer​
Boxer​

The first Boxer club was founded in 1895, with Boxers being first exhibited in a dog show for St. Bernards in Munich the next year. Based on 2013 American Kennel Club statistics, Boxers held steady as the seventh-most popular breed of dog in the United States for the fourth consecutive year.

Yorkshire ​Terrier​
Yorkshire ​Terrier​

Don’t let the Yorkie’s daintiness fool you. Tenacious, feisty, brave, and sometimes bossy, the Yorkie exhibits all the traits of a true terrier. Often named the most popular dog breed in various American cities, Yorkies pack lots of big-town attitude into a small but self-important package. They are favorites of urbanites the world over.

source: akc.org
Dobermann​
Dobermann​

All too aware of this was taxman and dog breeder Louis Dobermann, ... the components of Dobermann’s new breed. ... the war dog cemetery at the US Naval Base in ...

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Border Collie​
Border Collie​

The Border Collie is extremely intelligent, with its keen, alert expression being a very important characteristic of the breed. Any aspect of structure or temperament that would impede the dog’s ability to function as a herding dog should be severely faulted.

source: akc.org
Pit Bull​
Pit Bull​

If Yes Read the types of Pitbull Breeds that are really ... 5 Types of Pitbull Breeds That is Popular Today. ... 7 Important Facts About Red Nose Pit Bull Dog Breed.

Poodle​
Poodle​

Labradors are the most popular dog breed in the United States and have been for the past 26 years, according to Canine Journal. Labs are a medium-large breed, sturdy with a short dense coat that comes in chocolate, black, and yellow, according to Ellis.

English ​Mastiff​
English ​Mastiff​

Surviving evidence from ancient Egypt, Greece, Rome, China, and Tibet all bear traces of ferocious giant canines classified as mastiffs. The Tibetan Mastiff and Neapolitan Mastiff are examples of these ancient breeds that have endured to this day. The British mastiff type, the AKC breed we know as the Mastiff, is similarly ancient breed.

source: akc.org
Cavalier King ​Charles Spaniel​
Cavalier King ​Charles Spaniel​

The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel breed, as we know it today, is the product of the American breeders of the late 1920s, though this 'modern' breed is the true heir of the royal spaniels of King Charles II.

Great Dane​
Great Dane​

The easygoing Great Dane, the mighty “Apollo of Dogs,” is a total joy to live with—but owning a dog of such imposing size, weight, and strength is a commitment not to be entered into lightly. This breed is indeed great, but not a Dane.

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Shih Tzu​
Shih Tzu​

The Shih Tzu is a sturdy, lively, alert toy dog with long flowing double coat. Befitting his noble Chinese ancestry as a highly valued, prized companion and palace pet, the Shih Tzu is proud of bearing, has a distinctively arrogant carriage with head well up and tail curved over the back.

source: akc.org
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Boston Terrier​
Boston Terrier​

The Boston Terrier is truly the all American breed. In fact, it was one of the first breeds established in the United States.

Pomeranian​
Pomeranian​

The Pomeranian is a double-coated breed. The body should be well covered with a short, dense undercoat with long harsh-textured guard hair growing through, forming the longer abundant outer coat which stands off from the body.

source: akc.org
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Dachshund​
Dachshund​

“Dachshund” is a German word meaning “badger dog,” and the breed’s German history goes back some 600 years. And, as the breed name suggests, the Dachshund was developed to enthusiastically dig his way into a badger den and dispatch its occupant. The Dachshund’s long, low body was custom-made for this dirty subterranean work.

source: akc.org
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Pug​
Pug​

The Pug, often called the Pug Dog, is an ancient breed that can be traced back some 2,000 years. The emperors of ancient China had a preference for flat-faced toy dogs—the Pekingese, Shih Tzu, and Pug were all developed as refined pets of the emperor, his family, and members of the imperial court.

source: akc.org
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Bull Terrier​
Bull Terrier​

Among the breeds created in this way was the Bull Terrier. Before long, the law caught up with pit fighting and this, too, was banned in Britain. Happily, the suddenly unemployed Bull Terrier became fashionable among young gentlemen of the mid-1800s.

source: akc.org
Chow Chow​
Chow Chow​

Dignified, serious-minded, and aloof, the Chow Chow is a breed of unique delights. Founded in 1884, the AKC is the recognized and trusted expert in breed, health and training information for dogs. AKC actively advocates for responsible dog ownership and is dedicated to advancing dog sports.

source: akc.org
Akita​
Akita​

To ensure the Akita’s survival, a Japanese national breed club was founded in 1927. Helen Keller is credited with bringing the first Akita to the United States, a gift she received while visiting Japan.

source: akc.org
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Bernese ​Mountain Dog​
Bernese ​Mountain Dog​

But as the dog became more widely recognized across the map, the breed name was officially changed to Bernese Mountain Dog. It was in 1926 that the first Bernese arrived in the United States, and the AKC recognized the breed in 1937.

Newfoundland ​dog​
Newfoundland ​dog​

The Newfoundland breed originated on Newfoundland, and is descended from a breed indigenous to the island known as the lesser Newfoundland, or St. John's dog. DNA analysis confirms that Newfoundlands are closely related to other Canadian retrievers, including the Labrador, Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever, Golden Retrievers, and Flat Coated Retrievers.

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Chihuahua​
Chihuahua​

Likenesses of Chihuahua-like dogs decorate the artifacts of lost civilizations around the world. Trading among ancient cultures was more widespread than commonly assumed, so it is no surprise that similar dog types took root in far-flung places. How the Chihuahua type first came to the peoples of Mexico, however, is a secret of prehistory.

source: akc.org
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Maltese dog​
Maltese dog​

Throughout his long history, the Maltese has been given many names, such as the "Melitae Dog," "Ye Ancient Dogge of Malta," the "Roman Ladies Dog," "The Comforter," the "Spaniel Gentle," the "Bichon," the "Maltese Lion Dog," and the "Maltese Terrier." Today, he is known simply as the Maltese.

source: dogtime.com
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