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Labrador Retriever
Body Size:Large
Life Span:10-12 years

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One of the most popular dog breeds today, the Labrador Retriever is the favorite choice of many families. Known for its gentle, intelligent, and kind temperament, this breed is very famous among the dog afficionados. According to the American Kennel Club (AKC), Labrador Retrievers have taken over Golden Retrievers as the most famous species among dog breeds.This versatile pet was originally used for hunting and retrieving purposes, but over a period of time have been groomed to be the best companion dog that any family can ever hope for....

Labrador Retriever has received a total of 141 Votes

German Shepherd Dog
Body Size:Large, Extra Large
Life Span:13-15 years.

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German Shepherd Dog has received a total of 126 Votes

Wolfdog
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Courtesy of Rare Breed ExoticsWhile they're certainly not for everyone, Wolf Dogs, or Wolf Dog Hybrids, as they are often called, can make a wonderful choice in pets for those who are looking for a dog that's a bit exotic. Of course, the appearance and temperament of the dog will depend partly on the breed of dog the wolf is bred with, but in most cases larger domestic dog breeds make up the 'canisfamilians' side of the mix. In most cases, the Wolf dog hybrid mix is beautiful and exotic,...
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Wolfdog has received a total of 107 Votes

Golden Retriever
Body Size:Large
Life Span:10-13 years.

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Golden Retriever has received a total of 92 Votes

Yorkshire Terrier
Body Size:Toy, Small
Life Span:12- 15 years.

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Yorkshire Terrier has received a total of 78 Votes

Standard Poodle
Body Size:Large
Life Span:12-15 years

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Standard Poodle has received a total of 72 Votes

Havanese
Body Size:Toy, Small
Life Span:14-15 years

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Tiny, with silky, flowing fur, the Havanese may look delicate, but it is not. Sturdy, curious, and extremely cheerful, the Havanese has a "springy" gait that's unique to the breed. Always busy, this little clown makes an excellent and affectionate family companion and friend to anyone. A member of the Bichon family, it's also the national dog of Cuba, developed from a breed which is now extinct, the Blanquito de la Habana, translated as the "little white dog of Havana."HistoryAs the national dog of Cuba, the Havanese is the...
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Havanese has received a total of 71 Votes

American Pit Bull Terrier
Body Size:Medium, Large
Life Span:12-15 years

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The American Pit Bull Terrier (APBT), also known as the "Pit Bull," is a working-class dog, and member of the modern Pit Bull family. Unfortunately, the APBT is most recognized today by reputation rather than the facts concerning its true nature. This is due in part to the media-hyping, unscrupulous dog owners who train and use the APBT for archaic blood sport entertainment. The myths surrounding this breed are further sensationalized for political reasons, by labeling the "Pit Bull" as aggressive and dangerous toward humans. However, it is widely agreed...

American Pit Bull Terrier has received a total of 69 Votes

Pug
Body Size:Toy, Small
Life Span:12-14 years

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Is your idea of the perfect pet one that loves to sleep, eat, and entertain you with its humor? If so, the Pug is an ideal pet for families looking for a dog that is loving, affectionate, and thrives on living indoors. Endearing, with their protruding eyes and black masks, the Pug will be your constant shadow and companion!Pug HistoryIt is believed that Pugs originated around 400 B.C. in China, and eventually became favored pets in Japan and Tibet after being given as gifts from royalty. Because the Pug...
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Pug has received a total of 66 Votes

French Bulldog
Body Size:Medium
Life Span:10-12 years

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French Bulldog has received a total of 61 Votes

The Most Popular Dogs. Although all dogs, whether pure-bred or mutts are lovable and adorable, many animal lovers are interested in only the most popular dog breeds. What is your favorite puppy? Everyone has their own preference. Many people love a more aggressive dog such as a German Shepherd, while others prefer a mild-tempered, smaller dog. No matter what type of dog you have or want, remember that the right one will make a perfect addition to your family and will be your top dog.

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Famous Dogs from Yesterday and Today
The ever-loyal canine, man's (or woman's) best friend, wouldn't be given its proper due without a discussion about its place in history. Dogs have been part of our lives for centuries, and while most dogs live in relative obscurity, some dogs have been quite famous, either because of their own deeds, or those of their owners. Learn more about the top dog breeds, the most popular dogs, Famous Dogs and top dog topics below:

Presidential dogs ~ Dogs who own celebrities ~ Dogs who were celebrities themselves
Dogs made famous by their bravery and loyalty

A Famous Dog for His Service

Buddy Frank
Buddy's owner Morris Frank got into a fight when he was in school in 1916, and ultimately lost his sight. He wanted the same kind of independence he had had prior to losing his sight, and didn't like having to depend on people to get around. An article in the Saturday Evening Post, written by Dorothy Harrison Eustis, described how dogs were being trained at several German schools to guide the blind. Morris Frank contacted Eustis, wanting not only a dog for himself in order to regain his independence, but to establish a program whereby other people could also acquire guide dogs to guide them as needed. Morris Frank met Buddy, a female guide dog in Germany in 1928, and worked with her there before returning to the United States. Buddy is a very popular dog, and top dog to Mr. Frank. Buddy is officially considered the first Seeing Eye dog, and she and Morris Frank, along with Dorothy Eustis, established The Seeing Eye, an institution in Nashville that trains guide dogs and their owners.

   

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