Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Top 10 Dog Breeds of the World 2021

Are you looking for the best dog breeds in the World? Keep reading as here you will know about the most popular dog breeds of the World. People love these dog breeds for different reasons, including their lovely nature, color combination, temperament, size, and coat types. Most families love to have a four-leg member. 



In this article, we have just helped these people to choose the best one for their home. This list is mainly focusing on the popularity of the different dog breeds among people. Let’s get started.

1. Labrador Retriever


Labrador Retriever is a breed of retriever-gun, a dog from the United Kingdom developed from the imported Canadian dog. It’s one of the most famous dog breeds in many countries and abbreviated with different names all over the World, including the Labrador. They can easily be trained for various tasks; even in many countries, these also act as therapy dog. Today it’s one of the most popular dog breeds in America, where they are known as one of the sweetest-natured dog breeds. A Labrador Retriever can have 22.5 to 24.5 inches in height with 65 to 80 pounds of weight. 

2. German Shepherd 


German Shepherd is a breed of medium to large size working dog, originally belongs to Germany. This breed is officially known as the “Alsatian Wolf Dog” in the UK after the first world war until 1977. But after that, its name changes back to German shepherd instead of wolf-like appearance. These are originally grown as a herding dog for herding the sheep. They are known for their medium-length, double-dense coat, harsh, and close-lying outer coat. You can simply maintain this special breed with simple brushing. They only need occasional baths as compared to many other dog breeds. German Shepherds dog can have 24 to 26 inches in height with 30 to 40 kg weight. 

3. Golden Retriever


It’s another medium-large dog breed in our list, which is bred to retrieve the shot waterfowl, including the ducks and upland game birds, during the shooting and hunting parties. They are usually very easy to train for basic or advanced obedience standards. Their coat is long and dense from the inner side. Golden Retrievers are well suited for the residency and country environment. It’s a popular dog breed all over the World as a disability assistance dog, guide dog, hearing dog, and search dog. A Golden Retriever's height can vary from 23 to 24 inches with 65 to 75 pounds weight. 

3. Bulldog


Bulldog is famous with many other names, including the English Bulldog and British Bulldog. It is one of the muscular, hefty dog breeds on the list with medium size. Their popularity increases in the united states in recent years, which makes them the number five dog breeds in the US in 2017. They have wide head and shoulders, with the brow's skin, round, black wide-set eyes. Bulldogs are ranked number 5 on the American Kennel Club popularity graph with a life expectancy of 8 to 10 years. A Bulldog can have 14 to 15 inches in height with 40 to 50 pounds of weight. 

5. Beagle


It’s a small, compact, and hardy dog breed. Beagles are the best companions for kids and adults who like to go on a small walking trip with their four-leg family members. But they can also be stubborn in some worse cases, so proper training is important during their early age. They are originally bred as scenthounds to track the small games. Even in many countries, they are still bred for this purpose, including the United States. A Beagle height can vary from 13 to 15 inches with 20 to 30 pounds weight. 

6. French Bulldog


It’s a breed of a domestic dog that is usually bred to be a companion dog. French Bulldog is a result of the cross between Toy Bulldogs imported from England and the local ratters in Paris and France in the 1800s. They are mild temperament dogs that can prove as a perfect companion for humans. French Bulldogs are one of the most popular pet dogs among the people. Even in 2019, they are the second most popular registered dogs in the United Kingdom, when almost 33661 French bulldogs are registered in the United Kingdom. Moreover, they are the fourth most popular breed according to the American Kennel Club in the United States. In 2017, they were the third most popular dog in Australia. A French bulldog's height can vary from 11 to 13 inches with 28 pounds weight.

7. Yorkshire Terrier


It’s one of the smallest dog breeds of the terrier type. Yorkshire Terriers originally belong to England, where they developed in the 19th century in Yorkshire. It’s another one of the best companion dogs on our list, which is also a part of many other breeds, including the Silky Terrier. Yorkshire Terriers are very playful and energetic dogs that can entertain you for a longer time. But sometimes they developed separation anxiety when left alone. A Yorkshire Terrier can have 7 to 8 inches in height with 7 pounds of weight.

8. Poodle


Poodle is also known as Pudel in German and Caniche in French. It’s a breed of water dog, which can have four different sizes, including the Standard, medium, miniature, and toy poodle. However, the medium size poodles are very rare as compare to the other sizes. Usually, it’s claimed that poodle is developed in France, but it’s also claimed that they belonged to Germany. The standard sizes were originally used as wildfowl hunters, while the smaller sizes were used as circus performers. But today, they also become popular companion dogs. A poodle size can vary from 9 to 24 inches with 15 to 70 pounds weight depending upon their different sizes.

9. Rottweiler


A rottweiler size can vary from medium to large sizes depending upon the parents. People mainly bred these dogs in the past to use as herd livestock and pull carts laden with the butchered meat to the market. But in the 19th-century, railways replaced the Rottweiler. Today the Rottweiler is used as search and rescue dogs, guard dogs, and police dogs. It’s one of the oldest dog breeds according to the FCI standard. A Rottweiler can have 24 to 27 inches weight with 95 to 135 pounds weight.

10. Boxer

It’s a medium to large dog breed with short hair, originally developed in Germany. Their smooth coats are very attractive for many families. The strong jaws of the Boxer with powerful bites make them one of the ideal dogs to hang on the prey. It’s a member of the working dog group of the American Kennel Club. According to the 2013 stats of the American Kennel Club, Boxer was the seventh most popular breed of the year in the United States. A Boxer's height can vary from 23 to 25 inches with 65 to 80 pounds weight. 

2 comments:

  1. Great Dane is not included in the list.

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    1. We appreciate your interest. But the listing is mainly focus on the dog breeds popularity among people according to American Kennel Club.

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