Most Popular Breeds of Dogs and Their Traits- Large Dogs Edition

If you are considering adopting a dog, you may want to know which dog breeds are the most popular to make an informed decision. There's a reason people gravitate towards these animals, and the main reasons are that they're easy to find and generally in good health, which means vet bills won't burn pockets.


Most Popular Dog Breeds – Which Is Your Favorite?

Believe it or not, there more than 490 dog breeds in the world. However, the vast majority are only known in their local place of origin. Some dogs are ideal for companionship, others are great shepherds, and some are trained for sledding and search and rescue. Here are the most popular dog breeds:

Labrador Retriever best dog breed

Labrador Retriever

When you see a cliché perfect family picture; In a beautiful house with a white fenced yard, there is a father, a mother, a son, a daughter, and a Labrador Retriever. This breed has been popular since the 90s because marketers chose them as the perfect family dog because of their sweet natures. They are generally gentle, affectionate, intelligent, and especially patient animals when it comes to children.

A Labrador Retriever will always want to play and lick your face. Because this is a water-loving species, you'll love how they jump into any water they come across. You have to watch their diet because they tend to be obese; their gluttony is well known.

A distant cousin, the Golden Retriever, is similar in popularity. These dogs have beautiful, long, golden fur.



German Shepherd Dog

This Saxon breed has its origins when most people worked outdoors on farms. It has gradually become a pet and is one of the most popular dog breeds in the world today. German Shepherds are highly intelligent and easy to train, although they can be quite stubborn at times.

This type of dog needs a strong guardian who will become the "alpha dog" and mentor. Proper training is a must and you should start this from a young age. The German Shepherd is very protective and will attack if it thinks its loved ones are in danger. And you know how overly protective and paranoid dogs can be at times, and that's why it's so important to give them opportunities to develop their socialization skills.


Boxer

Boxers are fun and friendly animals. They can be great nannies as they are very tolerant and patient with children. Although many people believe they are dangerous, it all depends on the education they receive. Like any dog, they can be aggressive, noisy, or dangerous to strangers. They like to pounce on people and get along well with other pets.



English Setter

Origin: England / Wales

Average Lifespan: 10-12 years


The English setter, which was born by crossing the first pointers and spaniels, has a height of 63 cm from shoulder to ground and a weight of 27 kg. Black, brown, yellow, orange, etc on white. The coat, stained with colors, is covered with long silky hairs. Besides being assigned to hunt, it can also be seen as a loyal companion in the home today. It is a calm, affectionate, protective dog breed. Their sense of smell is really strong.


Golden Retriever

Origin: Scotland / England

Average Lifespan: 10-12 years

Golden Retriever is a very popular dog breed. They are originally used to find and retrieve birds shot on the hunt. They are also very popular among families. They are very tolerant and very easy to deal with. They don't have many expectations from their owners either. As long as they are fed regularly, exercised, and taken to veterinary control, they do not need anything else. But because their hair is long, it should be combed regularly. Golden retrievers generally get along well with people and other dogs. They typically bark when scared, but their friendliness makes them good watchdogs. Golden Retrievers are especially preferred because they get along well with people and are very social. For this reason, they are often trained as guide dogs. They are very patient and are very good dogs with children. They can even babysit. It is a breed given to the visually impaired as a helping dog.

english bulldog aka British bulldog

 

Bulldog

Origin: England

Average Lifespan: 8-10 years


The English bulldog's head, which is very large compared to the rest of its body, requires birth by cesarean section. Due to their flat face, they are highly sensitive to respiratory disorders. They are also easily affected and is very affected by heat. He is also often bothered by his ears. Despite his appearance, he is both loving and reliable. It is also a reliable dog in relation to other pets, but does not like foreign dogs and can act aggressively. He likes children but can be harsh with people he doesn't like. In order to be happy, it is enough to attract people's attention. He is famous for his snoring and drooling. He can live comfortably in an apartment. Because it is not very active in the house.


Chow Chow

Origin: China

Average Lifespan: 12-20 years

Adult males can reach an average length of 56 cm, females an average of 51 cm. Their weight varies between 20–31 kg. Their fur is in a two-layer structure and protects them from the cold very well. All sizes can be one color, black, red, blue, brown, cream, or white.

He can often be an excellent family dog. He is good-natured but can get irritable. He is determined enough to be called stubborn. He is very fond of his freedom but is very attached to the people he lives with. He is very good with children. He wants to dominate other dogs. He gets on well with other animals he knew as a puppy. It successfully fulfills its guard and guard duties. It will become lazy if not walked regularly. It is a very preferred dog breed because of its cute looks. Unfortunately, it is very difficult for them to live in hot countries because of their fur.

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