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Labrador Retriever Still – Top Dog
Labrador Retriever Still – Top Dog

The American Kennel Club’s annual ranking of the most popular dog breeds out Wednesday (January 30th) found that the Labrador retriever continued to be the nation’s top dog for the 22nd year in a row. The overall results showed that bulldogs and large dogs are moving up in the rankings, while once-popular smaller breeds like the Yorkshire terrier and the miniature poodle are losing ground.

 

  1. Labrador retriever
  2. German shepherd
  3. Golden retriever
  4. Beagle
  5. Bulldog
  6. Yorkshire terrier
  7. Boxer
  8. Poodle
  9. Rottweiler
  10. Dachshund

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