Today, the American Kennel Club announced the results of their annual survey of the most popular dog breeds in America, and once again, the Labrador Retriever took the top spot. For 26 years in a row, the Lab has been #1 on the list, which is determined by the AKC based on the number of registrations received. In fact, 2016’s top 6 breeds are the same as last year’s list.
Rather than just tell you the rest of the breeds, we thought we’d show you. Here are 2016’s top 10 most popular dog breeds, starring 35 gorgeous DogWatch Dogs from across the country (and one Canadian dog, too)!
How did your dog get his or her name? Did you name them after someone – say, a character from your favorite book or movie? Perhaps you picked something funny, or more traditional, or even something wild and crazy? Whatever you choose, the act of naming your pup is a big decision – and often a fun one, too!
Pet sitting website Rover.com announced the results of a survey of dog owners to see which names are the most popular among their many users nationwide. The top 10 most popular dog names in the U.S. this year are: Read More
The DogWatch Annual Holiday Gift Guide is back, and ready to help you impress and delight everyone on your list – both human and canine! Part One of our guide is a list of 10 creative, brilliant and just plain fun gift ideas for your dog! After all, they give you smiles and cuddles all year – why not return the favor? Read More
This year, three newly eligible dog breeds will join the club to compete at the biggest dog show in America – the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show! Before they hit the stage, we’ve gathered some fun facts about each of the unique new breeds. Enjoy, and good luck to all the dogs competing at Madison Square Garden in New York City! Read More