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Most Popular Dog Breeds of All Time

Are you a massive dog lover and want to know what other dog lovers’ breed of choice is? Are you looking to introduce a new furry friend to your family and want to know which breed is the most popular?

A list of the most popular breeds of dogs, as voted by experts and enthusiasts alike. Take a look at this ranked list to see what dog breed the top of the line for you or your family is.

We’ll tell you why these dogs are so great and how they compare to other types. Who knows? You might find your perfect pup here. These are listed in no particular order.


When it comes to looking at the most popular dog breeds of all time, you might disagree with what others have to say, because everyone has their own opinions. However, these pups will always be a popular choice.

First up we have the Goldendoodle which is a newer addition to the popular club. These fluffy, scruffy pups are a mix of golden retrievers and poodles which give them some of the cutest features. These include some of the most magnificent golden furs, along with the signature poodle curls, and you can get a wonderful pet like this at ABCs Puppy Zs. These pups have an amazing and fun personality and are always down to play and cuddle. They are a great family dog on top of that and are fantastic with children.

German Shepherd

Next up on our list, we have the protector of the house, and one of the most popular Alsatians, the German Shepherd. These dogs are known for their incredible loyalty as well as their work ethic and are commonly used in police and military service.

However, beyond being the hero dog, they are also great family dogs. When trained well they are great around children too. These dogs need plenty of exercise and mind stimulation, so they are not ow maintenance, but they are well worth it.

Yorkshire Terrier

If you are in the market for something smaller, but still with a big personality, a Yorkshire terrier, commonly referred to as a Yorkie, is a great choice. These are small dogs that are perfect for those who live in an apartment or even those who want something a bit more low maintenance.

Because of their size, they don’t need to be walked consistently multiple times a day and can easily get enough exercise by running around the house. However, it is recommended that you still take your pup out every day.


Originally beagles were used as hunting dogs, but these days they make incredible companions. The Beagle’s signature look is the long body and floppy ears. They have incredibly high energy and are always up for something whether it’s a hike, a walk, or even just fetching a toy.

They are great when it comes to socializing with other dogs too. Regular exercise is something that you can’t miss with these pups, but they will reward you with cuddles at the end of the day.

French Bulldogs

Next up on our list, we have the French bulldog. Whether English or French, bulldogs are commonly known for their stout stature and round faces. French bulldogs are affectionate and great family pets

With their smaller size, it also means that they can be perfectly happy in a smaller house too. They are loyal and intelligent; however, they can display aggressive tendencies here or there.

Siberian Huskies

Last but not least we have the Siberian husky. Known to be one of the most majestic and beautiful breeds of dogs, there is no question that the Siberian husky has made it onto this list.

These fluffy pups were originally bred to be working dogs to pull sleds, and while there are still plenty of them that do work in the colder snowy areas, they are more commonly house pets now.

Siberian huskies are a larger breed of dog and have incredibly luscious fur that can keep them protected from the harsh winters. This makes them great for people living in extremely cold places, but horrible for those who live in warmer places. They are very active too and need to be exercised regularly.

Jeff Campbell