10 Most Popular Dogs Breeds
Dogs. The most loveable creatures in the world, am I right? Our dogs are our most prized possessions. So, when it comes to picking your first dog you may want to know more about the little beloved four-legged friend.
So without any further ado, let’s get started!
10) Pembroke Welsh Corgis
Coming in at number 10, we have the Pembroke Welsh Corgis! The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is a small dog coming in at around 25-30 pounds with a small but powerful package.
They have short powerful legs and a deep chest. They are a very extroverted highly active breed that loves to play.
With its cuteness and its affectionate personality, it’s easy to understand why it got to spot number 10.
At number 9, we have Rottweilers. Rottweilers are known for being protective of their owners. Rottweilers have a strong and powerful build. With their powerful build, males can weigh up to 135 pounds! The result of this is that they often need training and exercise to stay fit. But that should be no problem since Rottweilers love playing around and tumbling in the garden.
Although, they can seem scary don’t be fooled. Rottweilers are the sweetest. They’re loyal, affectionate, and great companions that love to talk if you walk over to one.
Pointers also often referred to as English Pointers are wonderful family dogs that are very gentle and great with kids. They love attention with lots of cuddles and kisses. However, if they don’t get enough attention they can become depressed. This also why it’s very hard to leave your pointer at home.
The pointers also have a low tendency to bark. Some have even described the dog as “too lazy” to bark. So, if you’re looking for a protective dog this proably isn’t your best bet.
Pointers are known to be great hunting dogs with their intelligence and a strong sense of smell.
Beagles are incredibly curious and sweet dogs. The beagles are very playful and they'll need lots of attention and exercise. Beagles love to be in the garden playing with tons of different toys and have no problem socializing with other dogs! The highly-active breed is known to be great escape artists so make sure if you’re getting one that you have a fence in your garden.
At number 6, we have poodles. The poodle is among the most recognizable dogs of all time. They are known for their unique look and being intelligent. With their unusual coats, there are very people friendly and make great family dogs.
Coming in at number 5, we have the bulldog. The bulldog is never mistaken with its iconic thick-set, low-slung body. Originally they were bred to fight bulls in Great Britain but today there are placed in many family homes. They're very sweet and gentle and have a great reputation for being good with kids.
4) French Bulldogs
Like the bulldog, the French Bulldog is also a cute, affectionate dog that makes wonderful pets for most families. They're very small but sturdy and make lovely companions. They're easy to train and love playing with their pet parents.
3) Golden Retrievers
If you have a family with children, a golden retriever can be a good offer for you. A golden retriever is a true family dog who is happy and loving to everyone. It is a dog with a lot of energy that will quickly give you a lot of joy in your life. In addition, it is extremely loyal to its owners.
A golden retriever is known to have a very gentle temperament. It is a dog breed that can easily get along with other dogs as well as other animals. In addition, it is very happy to meet new people.
It is a dog that is very accommodating and embraces life. If you choose a golden retriever, you will get a dog that really wants to please its owner.
It is already in its genes that it wants to make you happy by doing what you ask it to. You can, therefore, get really far by practicing a few commands with a golden retriever.
2) German Shepherd
German Shepherd is known for being intelligent, loyal, confident, and steady. With its intelligence, the German Sherped can easily be trained to complete highly advanced tasks. Not only that but they’re also gentle family pets.
The German Shepherd was originally bred as a shepherd dog to guard sheep, but today it is used for police and military work.
In addition to that, they’re also always extroverted and curious to learn new friends.
1) Labrador Retrievers
The Labrador Retriever is with good reason the world's most popular all-around dogs.
It is essentially harmonious, patient, and cooperative. It is extremely family-oriented, sociable, contact-seeking, and generally good-natured towards anything and everyone. It is vigilant, but above all a hunting dog with an excellent nose and passion for water.