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Popular Dog Breeds

This is a list of the top 50 most popular dog breeds in the United States. Popular dog breeds are easier to find than less popular breeds because usually more people are breeding them.

  • Beagle

    The Beagle is merry, friendly, gentle, playful, and even-tempered. He has a sensitive nature. He can be distant with strangers until they've won him over.

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  • Boxer

    The Boxer is alert, curious, playful, loyal and dignified. He's self-confident, courageous, strong and athletic. He's a very social dog and loves people.

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  • Bulldog

    The Bulldog, also known as the English Bulldog, is friendly, calm, gentle, and good-natured. He is a couch-potato! He loves to curl up on the couch and sleep all day.

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  • Chihuahua

    The Chihuahua has a terrier-like personality which means he's cocky, confident, feisty, quick-to-bark, relentless, and rash. He's the smallest of all dog breeds.

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  • Dachshund

    The Dachshund is fearless, brave, rash, playful, determined and clever. He's quite independent and stubborn because he was bred to hunt alone.

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  • German Shepherd Dog

    The German Shepherd Dog is loyal, bold and courageous. He's self confident and utterly fearless. He won't back down if challenged! He's highly intelligent and learns commands very quickly.

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  • Golden Retriever

    The Golden Retriever is a happy-go-lucky clown. He's reliable, trustworthy, calm, friendly, gentle and confident. He's very eager to please you.

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  • Labrador Retriever

    The Labrador Retriever is the most popular dog breed in the United States (and Canada and Australia). He's owned by millions of people! Labs are loving, people-oriented dogs.

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  • Miniature Poodle

    The Miniature Poodle is good-natured and eager-to-please. He's also cheerful, loyal, proud, dignified, and extremely smart. When most people think of a "Poodle" they think of a feminine, girly dog.

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  • Miniature Schnauzer

    The Miniature Schnauzer has the typical terrier temperament: relentless, energetic, brave, alert, curious, scrappy, bossy, and feisty. He's also friendly and willing to please you.

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  • Shih Tzu

    The Shih Tzu is a dignified, lively, alert, happy, sweet and playful. He craves your companionship and just wants to be with you. He's very affectionate and loves to cuddle and kiss and sit on your lap.

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  • Standard Poodle

    The Standard Poodle is good-natured and eager-to-please. He's also cheerful, loyal, proud, dignified, and extremely smart. When most people think of a "Poodle" they think of a feminine, girly dog.

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  • Toy Poodle

    The Toy Poodle is good-natured and eager-to-please. He's also cheerful, loyal, proud, dignified, and extremely smart. When most people think of a "Poodle" they think of a feminine, girly dog.

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  • Yorkshire Terrier

    The Yorkshire Terrier is feisty, alert, inquisitive, energetic, determined, brave, bossy, scrappy and boisterous. But he can also be very sweet.

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  • Boston Terrier

    The Boston Terrier, also known as "The American Gentleman," is enthusiastic about life and is often excitable. They are an ideal family dog, as they are adaptable, full of fun, loyal and loving.

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  • Brittany

    The Brittany is an award-winning, widely-admired hunting dog, and has recently become popular as a family pet, due to their happy, friendly, affectionate disposition and their intelligence and versatility.

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  • Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

    Their nickname "The Comforter Spaniel" pretty much says it all. This affectionate, devoted lapdog thrives on human contact and will love being part of your family.

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  • Cocker Spaniel

    Originally (and sometimes still) bred as a gun dog (a hunting dog), the Cocker Spaniel has become one of America's most popular breeds.

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  • Doberman Pinscher

    The Doberman Pinscher is often referred to by enthusiasts as "The Cadillac of Dogs." They've also been called "the dog with the human brain.

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  • English Springer Spaniel

    The English Springer Spaniel is a popular breed because they are fun, eager to please, obedient and affectionate.

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  • German Shorthaired Pointer

    The German Shorthaired Pointer is primarily a hunting dog, is bred for that purpose, and so will have a high level of energy that needs to be channeled in a healthy way.

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  • Great Dane

    Known as the "gentle giant" and the "king of dogs," the Great Dane was originally bred as a hunting dog but is now bred as an exceptionally large companion dog.

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  • Maltese

    The Maltese is a best friend and an accessory, all in one. They will surely attract attention from everyone you meet. The Maltese is an ideal companion, as they are so gentle and affectionate.

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  • Miniature Pinscher

    The Miniature Pinscher has been nicknamed "The King of the Toys." Miniature Pinschers (or Min Pins) are very small dogs, but they do not know this.

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  • Pembroke Welsh Corgi

    The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is an intelligent herding breed, yet "Pems," as they are sometimes called, make excellent companions and family dogs as well.

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  • Pomeranian

    The Pomeranian is a cocky, extraverted, devoted and affectionate little guy. They are intelligent, easy to train, and they love to please their owners.

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  • Pug

    Pugs are small dogs with big personalities. They live to love and to be loved and were bred for one reason: to be your companion. They will try to live in your lap, eat your food, and sleep on your bed.

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  • Rottweiler

    The Rottweiler is loyal, self-confident, calm, courageous, independent, wary, and protective. He's an instinctive guardian known as the world's best guard dog.

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  • Shetland Sheepdog

    The Shetland Sheepdog, affectionately called the "Sheltie," is one of the most trainable and loving breeds there is. They are incredibly intelligent and in tune to their owners thoughts and moods.

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  • Siberian Husky

    Bred to be a sled dog, the Siberian Husky makes a great all-around dog. They are agreeable, alert, and outgoing.

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  • Australian Shepherd

    The Australian Shepherd, lovingly called an "Aussie," is a highly intelligent, incredibly energetic, people-loving dog who needs to have a job to do./p> read more

  • Basset Hound

    Known as the clown of the canine world, a Basset Hound is sure to bring you some laughs. The Basset Hound is a terrific family pet, because they are intelligent, easygoing, sociable, loving, and loyal.

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  • Bernese Mountain Dog

    The Bernese Mountain Dog was bred to be the farmer's companion, and today, a Bernese Mountain Dog will want to be by your side at all times.

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  • Bichon Frise

    The Bichon Frise is an incredibly cheerful little dog who loves to be the center of attention. He likes to think he runs the household, and will want to be at your heels or in your lap at all times.

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  • Bloodhound.

    Bloodhounds are the perfect companion pet for a human who wants a challenge. Their noble expression can be quite charming and a Bloodhound will be the most affectionate and loyal dog in the world, but you will earn it!

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  • Bullmastiff

    If you are looking for a true best friend, the Bullmastiff might be for you. These large and powerful dogs make excellent companions because they are so loyal and protective.

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  • Collie

    Collies make fantastic family pets because they love to be with people, and love to be part of the family. They are great with children and often take a special interest in them.

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  • French Bulldog

    He's been called "the clown in the cloak of a philosopher," and this loveable little companion dog is exceptionally good-natured

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  • Havanese

    The Havanese has earned his place on the list of favorite family pets for a wealth of reasons. They are incredibly friendly and thrive on human companionship and affection.

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  • Newfoundland

    The Newfoundland, known as the "Gentle Giant," is a dog of courage, devotion, and loyalty. They are huge dogs! They were bred to be working dogs who spend all of their waking time with their family.

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  • Papillon

    The Papillon (pronounced pappy-yawn -- French for butterfly) is rapidly becoming the preferred companion pet. He has been bred to be just that -- the perfect companion.

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  • Saint Bernard

    Saint Bernards are awesome family pets if you don't mind having a gigantic dog being part of your family.

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  • Vizsla

    The Vizsla has earned the nickname the "Velcro dog." Owning a Vizsla is a lot like having an extra shadow. He will follow you wherever you want to go, whether it's out of town or into the kitchen.

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  • Weimaraner.

    Owning a Weimaraner is a full-time job, but one that, if well-done, pays handsomely.

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  • West Highland White Terrier

    Often known as the "Westie," the West Highland White Terrier possesses the classic terrier temperament: active, spunky, energetic, and self-important!

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  • Airedale Terrier

    The Airedale Terrier, the "King of Terriers," is brimming with personality. He has the trademark terrier temperament: energetic, curious, feisty, and boisterous.

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  • Akita

    The Akita is a strong, courageous, and family-oriented dog. They have strong guarding instincts and are protective and territorial. They are quiet, large and powerful dogs who can be intimidating.

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  • Alaskan Malamute

    This arctic sled dog was bred for strength and endurance, and you don't want to get into a wrestling match with an Alaskan Malamute! They are incredibly strong, and you will need to commit to obedience training early

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  • Border Collie

    Border Collies, known as the workaholics of the dog world, are a lot of work. They need a job to do, whether its herding, agility, flyball, Frisbee championships ... anything to keep their overactive brains busy!

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