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Dogs have been with us for almost every stage of our lives. And we can't help but love more than those who were with us as a child. There are many obscure dog breeds, but some breeds are more popular than others. Here are some of the most popular dog breeds in the world and why they are so famous. According to AKC registration statistics, the most popular dog breeds of 2018 were released on March 20, 2019.
Labrador Retriever is the most popular breed in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. If you've met a Labrador Retriever, it's easy to see why. They are Incredibly friendly and loyal, perfect for families and children. Labradors are of medium size, typically weighing 65-80 lb (29-36 kg) in males and 55-70 lb (25-32 kg) in females.
The Labrador Retriever's coat is waterproof, so the dog does not get cold during the winter. This means that the dog naturally has a some dry, oily coat. Acceptable colors are black, yellow, and chocolate.
Eyes should be polite and expressive. Suitable eye colors are brown and hazel. The liner around the eye should be black. The ears should be close to the head and gently placed above the eyes.
Labrador Retrievers are registered in three colors: black (solid black color), yellow (cream and fox red), and chocolate (medium to dark brown).
The average lifespan for Labrador Retriever is 12 years and 3 months, some of which live up to 19 years. Chocolate Labradors have a shorter life span than other Labradors. Labrador Retrievers are used as helper dogs for the disabled, therapy dogs, search and rescue dogs, and companion hunting dogs. These dogs are successful in almost any living environment, including apartments if given regular exercise.
Diet & Exercise: Portion control and regular exercise are important because dogs love to eat. Daily exercise limits overweight and may include walking or running, swimming ( which they love) or any activity to consume their endless energy sources.
German Shepherd Dogs
German Shepherd Dogs are medium to large dog breed originating in Germany, and second-most popular dogs breed. In leaders, the standard height is 60-65 cm (24–26 inches) for men and 55-60 cm (22–24 inches) for women. German Shepherds are double-decker, close and dense with a thick lining. They are very suitable as a friend, family dog, or working dog. They have above-average intelligence and trainability when positive reinforcement training methods are used.
Acceptable colors for them are Black, Black & Tan, Red & Black, Sable, Grey, and Black & Silver.
German Shepherd Dog's life expectancy is 9 – 13 years.
Living Environment - The shepherd is a family-oriented dog and does the best when there is constant interaction with family members. Because they don't like being alone for a long time, if you don't have much time for them, you should avoid this genre.
Diet and Exercise - These working dogs need regular daily walking and running. In addition, their ideal environment will provide enough space for strolling and running.
The Golden Retriever is a large-sized gun dog that receives shot waterfowls such as ducks and highland birds during hunting and shooting parties. It is a long-coated type and has a dense internal coating which ensures that they are at sufficient temperature in outdoor areas. The male Goldens can stand 23 to 24 inches high on the shoulder and weigh 65 to 75 pounds. Females are slightly smaller, 12.5 to 22.5 inches high and 55 to 65 pounds in weight. One of the things that owners love about Gold is its wit and willingness to learn and please.
Their colors are any shades of gold or cream, and their average life span is 10-12 years.
Living environment- Goldens is very people-oriented. If you want a dog that will happily live outside in your garden, a golden retriever is not the right choice for you. A Golden needs to live indoors with his human family.
Diet and Exercise- An adult golden retriever should be fed once or twice a day, but the puppy may need three or more small foods per day. Golden retriever needs plenty of exercises; ideally, walks lasting two hours a day. Goldens are water dogs, and they love swimming.
French Bulldog is a breed of domestic dog. The French Bulldog originated in England and was made as a toy bulldog version of the toy dimensions. Usually, a French Bulldog is about 11 to 12 inches tall. Men are between 20 and 28 pounds, and women are between 16 and 24 pounds. This is a cute and loving dog who wants and needs to spend a lot of time with his people. A fun-loving freethinker, the French Bulldog strives for education when it's done positively with many food awards, accolades, and games.
The French Bulldog's coat is short, smooth, shiny, and good. The skin loosens and wrinkles, especially on the head and shoulders, and has a soft structure. French bulldozers come in various colors, including light brown, creamy, various brand shades. Their lifespan is 10-14 years.
Living environment: French dogs love their friends who develop through human contact. If you want an outdoor dog that can stay alone for a long time, French is not good for you.
Diet and Exercise: French bulldogs like a lamb, fish (salmon in French diets), beef or chicken. In short, most French bulldozers should be fed about 25-30 calories per kilogram of body weight per day, divided into two to three meals. French Bulldogs do not need to exercise much, but they need daily walks to stay healthy.
The American Kennel Club recognizes two varieties of Beagle. Two size varieties are -- up to 13 inches at the shoulder and 13 inches to 15 inches at the shoulder. The Beagles weigh between 18 and 30 kg, depending on their height. Their life span is 10-15 years. The beagle is gentle, sweet, and fun. They'll make you laugh, but that's why they don't make you cry for their naughty behavior.
For Beagles, the most common color is the black saddle (area at the back), white legs, a white tip on the chest, belly, and tail, tricolor tanning around the head and saddle. Beagles have a rain-resistant, smooth, dense double coat.
Living environment: The Beagle dog breed can live outside in temperate climates, but make sure you provide shelter and bedding. They do their best when they can balance their time between outside and home.
Diet and Exercise - Due to the high energy levels, this breed needs daily walks and game sessions. Ideally, brisk walking twice a day is very good for their health. It is recommended daily amount: 3/4 to 1.5 cups of high-quality dry food per day, divided into two meals.