Most popular dog breeds in the world

These are the 100 most popular dog breeds in the world, based on their average monthly searches on Google. Over 450 different dog breeds from all over the world were researched and sorted into this list of the 100 most popular dogs, ranked by the number of monthly searches. Dog size, coat size, shedding amount, barking amount, and American Kennel Club dog groups are also included in the list. Further down you will also find pictures and a brief summary of the 20 most popular dogs from the top 100 list. Information about the various breeds are referenced from the American Kennel Club and the Encyclopedia of Dog Breeds

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Most popular dog breeds
RankBreed NameDog SizeCoat SizeSheddingBarkingAKC GroupSearches
1Shiba InuMediumMediumMediumMediumNon-Sporting2970000
2Golden RetrieverLargeLongHighLowSporting2370000
3RottweilerLargeShortMediumLowWorking2050000
4Border CollieMediumMediumMediumHighHerding1890000
5Cane CorsoLargeShortLowMediumWorking1600000
6BeagleMediumShortMediumHighHound1450000
7Shih TzuSmallLongLowHighToy Dogs1410000
8GreyhoundLargeShortMediumLowHound1390000
9DobermanLargeShortMediumLowWorking1366000
10ChihuahuaSmallMixedMediumHighToy Dogs1270000
11German ShepherdLargeMediumHighHighHerding1220000
12PomeranianSmallLongHighHighToy Dogs1119000
13PugSmallShortHighLowToy Dogs1050000
14Australian ShepherdMediumMediumMediumHighHerding989000
15Chow ChowMediumLongHighLowNon-Sporting937000
16CorgiMediumMediumHighHighHerding908000
17AkitaLargeMediumHighLowWorking892000
18Bull TerrierLargeShortLowLowTerrier863000
19Labrador RetrieverLargeShortMediumMediumSporting787000
20American BullyMediumShortLowLowUnrecognized731000
21Cocker SpanielSmallLongMediumMediumSporting719000
22DachshundSmallMixedLowHighHound709000
23Dogo ArgentinoLargeShortHighLowWorking645000
24PoodleMediumLongLowMediumNon-Sporting602000
25Tibetan MastiffLargeLongHighHighWorking588000
26Yorkshire TerrierSmallLongLowMediumToy Dogs567000
27SamoyedMediumLongHighHighWorking553000
28Boston TerrierSmallShortLowLowNon-Sporting531000
29Great DaneLargeShortMediumMediumWorking512000
30Siberian HuskyMediumMediumMediumLowWorking503000
31Jack Russell TerrierSmallShortHighHighTerrier502000
32MalteseSmallLongLowHighToy Dogs481000
33Alaskan MalamuteLargeMediumHighLowWorking453000
34Cavalier King CharlesSmallLongMediumLowToy Dogs431000
35Lhasa ApsoSmallLongLowMediumNon-Sporting422000
36Rhodesian RidgebackLargeShortLowLowHound415000
37WeimaranerLargeShortMediumLowSporting394000
38Basset HoundMediumShortHighHighHound355000
39BullmastiffLargeShortHighLowWorking355000
40NewfoundlandLargeLongHighMediumWorking350000
41Staffordshire B. TerrierMediumShortMediumLowTerrier337000
42Am. Stafforshire TerrierLargeShortLowLowTerrier331000
43BasenjiSmallShortLowLowHound306000
44Irish WolfhoundLargeMediumMediumLowHound297000
45Am. Pit Bull TerrierMediumShortMediumLowTerrier286000
46Shar PeiMediumShortLowLowNon-Sporting284000
47WhippetMediumShortLowLowHound256000
48LeonbergerLargeLongHighMediumWorking252000
49VizslaMediumShortLowLowSporting235000
50BoerboelLargeShortMediumLowWorking203000
51BloodhoundLargeShortLowLowHound202000
52DalmatianLargeShortHighLowNon-Sporting191000
53Saint BernardLargeMediumHighLowWorking190000
54PointerMediumShortLowLowSporting190000
55HavaneseSmallLongLowLowToy Dogs189000
56Miniature SchnauzerSmallMediumLowHighTerrier185000
57Cairn TerrierSmallLongLowHighTerrier181000
58BorzoiBigLongHighLowHound175000
59Border TerrierSmallMediumLowMediumTerrier175000
60English MastiffLargeShortLowLowWorking166000
61Airedale TerrierMediumMediumLowMediumTerrier163000
62BeauceronLargeMediumMediumMediumHerding159000
63BoxerLargeShortMediumLowWorking147000
64Coton de TulearSmallLongLowMediumNon-Sporting143000
65Irish SetterLargeLongMediumMediumSporting141000
66Caucasian ShepherdLargeLongHighMediumWorking139000
67PekingeseSmallLongMediumHighToy Dogs132000
68German SH PointerLargeShortLowHighSporting129000
69SalukiMediumShortLowLowHound129000
70Lagotto RomagnoloMediumMediumLowMediumSporting129000
71Dogue de BordeauxLargeShortMediumMediumWorking129000
72Italian GreyhoundSmallShortLowLowToy Dogs128000
73Scottish TerrierSmallLongLowHighToy Dogs127000
74West HL White TerrierSmallLongLowHighTerrier127000
75Rat TerrierSmallShortMediumMediumTerrier126000
76Fila BrasileiroBigShortMediumLowWorking124000
77Miniature PinscherSmallShortLowHighToy Dogs122000
78EurasierMediumLongMediumLowNon-Sporting120000
79Afghan HoundMediumLongLowLowHound114000
80PapillonSmallLongLowLowToy Dogs110000
81XoloitzcuintliMediumNoneNoneLowNon-Sporting106000
82Japanese SpitzSmallLongMediumMediumFoundation105000
83HovawartLargeLongMediumLowFoundation101000
84SchipperkeSmallMediumLowHighNon-Sporting98000
85KeeshondMediumLongHighLowNon-Sporting96000
86Belgian ShepherdLargeMixedHighHighHerding94000
87Patterdale TerrierSmallShortMediumLowUnrecognized94000
88Giant SchnauzerLargeMediumLowMediumWorking93000
89Neapolitan MastiffLargeShortMediumLowWorking92000
90Nova Scotia RetrieverMediumMediumMediumLowSporting92000
91Bedlington TerrierSmallMediumLowMediumTerrier92000
92PuliMediumLongLowMediumHerding92000
93Dutch ShepherdLargeMixedMediumLowMiscellaneous91000
94Australian KelpieMediumMediumHighHighFoundation91000
95English Cocker SpanielSmallLongMediumMediumSporting90000
96Alaskan Klee KaiMixedMediumHighHighFoundation86000
97Black Mouth CurLargeShortMediumMediumUnrecognized82000
98KomondorLargeLongLowHighWorking80000
99Bearded CollieMediumLongMediumHighHerding76000
100Bichon FriseSmallLongLowMediumNon-Sporting76000

1: Shiba Inu Non-Sporting dog

The Shiba Inu is a popular dog that originates from Japan. The exact origin of the breed is unclear, but it’s part of the Spitz heritage and is assumed to be used as early as 300 BC as a hunting dog in Central Japan. The Shiba Inu is in the lower range of medium-sized dogs with its maximum height of 42 cm / 16.5 inches and weight of 10 kilo / 23 pounds. They are medium shedders and barkers, and they are not among the easiest dog breeds to train for inexperienced owners as they are quite independent and full of confidence. They can be reserved with strangers and even aggressive towards small animals and other same-sex dogs

Breed Height

M: 37 - 42 cm / 14.5 - 16.5 in
F: 34 - 39 cm / 13.5 - 15.5 in

Breed weight

Males: 10 kilos / 23 pounds
Females: 8 kilos / 17 pounds

Breed lifespan

Healthy dogs of this breed lives
average between 13 to 16 years

Breed group

Non-sporting: Dogs whose main
purpose now is to serve as pets

2: Golden Retriever Sporting dog

Golden Retrievers are one of the most popular dog breeds in the world. This quite large Sporting dog is calm and loving by nature with everyone it encounters. They are also gentle towards children, one of the many reasons the Golden Retriever is such a great choice for a family dog. They do shed a lot though, so they might not be the best choice for individuals sensitive to dog hair, or generally don’t like dog hair everywhere. Bred to travel long distances with hunters, the Golden Retriever has a moderate energy level and exercise requirement. Goldies should have at least 90 minutes of exercise daily to stay healthy and happy

Breed Height

M: 58 - 61 cm / 23 - 24 inches
F: 53 - 58 cm / 21.5 - 22.5 in

Breed weight

M: 29 - 34 kg / 65 - 75 lbs
F: 25 - 29 kg / 55 - 65 lbs

Breed lifespan

Healthy dogs of this breed lives
average between 9 to 10 years

Breed group

Sporting: Active and alert highly
trainable assistant dog breeds

3: Rottweiler Working dog

The Rottweiler is a well-known breed whose ancestors used to accompany the Roman troops on their long marches, herding and guarding cattle. This quite large dog breed is part of the Mastiff family and categorized as a Working dog by the American Kennel Club. The Rottweilers can be as heavy as 61 kg / 135 lbs and have a height of 68 cm / 27 inches from the ground and up to the shoulders. Rottweilers have a short black coat with tan markings, they are also considered medium shedders. Rottweilers are generally silent dogs, they only bark when they have to alert about something that is important, at least it is in their opinion

Breed Height

M: 60 - 68 cm / 24 - 27 in
F: 55 - 63 cm / 22 - 25 in

Breed weight

M: 38 - 61 kg / 85 - 135 lbs
F: 36 - 45 kg / 80 - 100 lbs

Breed lifespan

Healthy dogs of this breed lives
average between 10 to 12 years

Breed group

Working: Mainly large tough dogs
bred for strength and endurance

4: Border Collie Herding dog

Border Collies are highly energetic dogs that date back to Great Britain in the 1800s. These dogs were bred to herd sheep on the farms, circling around them to gather them up and return them to the shepherd, often nipping and barking as they performed their job. Nowadays, it’s more common for the Collies to use stare in order to intimidate the sheep and make them move where they want them. Due to their ancient herding instincts, Border Collies are high barkers, but at least they are only medium shedders. They are also one of the smartest dogs, and they can be trained to do just about anything by an experienced owner

Breed Height

M: 48 - 56 cm / 19 - 22 in
F: 45 - 53 cm / 18 - 21 in

Breed weight

M: 13 - 21 kg / 30 - 45 lbs
F: 13 - 21 kg / 30 - 45 lbs

Breed lifespan

Healthy dogs of this breed lives
average between 12 to 15 years

Breed group

Herding: Breeds bred to control
the movements of other animals

5: Cane Corso Working dog

The Cane Corso is one of the two dog breeds descending from the ancient Molossian war dogs used by the Romans on their conquests, the other one being the Neapolitan Mastiff. After the fall of the Roman Empire, the Cane Corso was used to hunt boars, herd livestock, and protect the farms. These dogs are massive, the males can weigh up to 59 kilos / 130 pounds and have a height of up to 70 cm to the shoulders, then there is the head on top of that. They have a short coat that has a low shedding amount and requires minimal grooming. They are considered medium barkers, but they are fairly quiet while remaining indoors

Breed Height

M: 63 - 70 cm / 25 - 27.5 in
F: 60 - 66 cm / 23.5 - 26 in

Breed weight

M: 40 - 59 kg / 90 - 130 lbs
F: 40 - 59 kg / 90 - 130 lbs

Breed lifespan

Healthy dogs of this breed lives
average between 9 to 12 years

Breed group

Working: Mainly large tough dogs
bred for strength and endurance

6: Beagle from the Hound group

The Beagle is one of the most popular family dogs in the United States due to its fairly small size and high friendliness towards strangers and other animals. The Beagles most commonly have a short tri-colored coat and have a medium shedding level, requiring minimal grooming. On the vocal side, they are considered high barkers, they howl as well. The Beagles date back to England in the 1300s where their purpose was to trail rabbits. Today, they still trail rabbits but are most commonly used as pets. Law enforcement also uses them for contraband detection as the Beagles have one of the most efficient noses of all dog breeds

Breed Height

M: 33 - 38 cm / 13 - 15 in
F: 33 - 38 cm / 13 - 15 in

Breed weight

M: 8 - 14 kg / 18 - 30 lbs
F: 8 - 14 kg / 18 - 30 lbs

Breed lifespan

Healthy dogs of this breed lives
average between 10 to 15 years

Breed group

Hound: These dogs were bred for
hunting. They are great trackers

7: Shih Tzu from the Toy group

The Shih Tzu from the Toy dogs group is a small companion that won’t take up much room in the home with its maximum height of 27 cm / 10.5 inches. Even though they are a long-haired breed, the Shih Tzu sheds minimally. When it comes to making noises, they are considered high barkers and have a quite high tone on their yappy barks. The breed supposedly originated in Tibet in the 1700s, where it had a status as a holy dog. The Shih Tzu we know today developed most distinctively in China from 1869 to 1908 during the reign of Dowager Empress Cixi. The breed was recognized by the American Kennel Club in 1969 

Breed Height

M: 22 - 27 cm / 9 - 10.5 in
F: 22 - 27 cm / 9 - 10.5 in

Breed weight

M: 4.1 - 7.2 kg / 9 - 16 lbs
F: 4.1 - 7.2 kg / 9 - 16 lbs

Breed lifespan

Healthy dogs of this breed lives
average between 10 to 18 years

Breed group

Toy dogs: Small breeds with large
personalities. Great lap warmers

8: Greyhound hound dog

The Greyhounds are large dogs that can be up to 74 cm / 29 inches from the ground and up to the shoulders, weighing up to 32 kg / 70 pounds. Originally bred for hare coursing in Great Britain ages ago, the Greyhounds today are mostly used for racing, lure coursing, open-field coursing, and of course as pets. Even though they are race hounds, their energy levels are quite low, so exercise requirements are not among the highest for these dogs. Greyhounds are not very vocal dogs, they are considered low-barkers and mostly just bark during play. They are medium shedders, but brushing will take care of most lose and dead hair

Breed Height

M: 68 - 74 cm / 27 - 29 in
F: 66 - 71 cm / 26 - 28 in

Breed weight

M: 29 - 32 kg / 65 - 70 lbs
F: 27 - 29 kg / 60 - 65 lbs

Breed lifespan

Healthy dogs of this breed lives
average between 10 to 13 years

Breed group

Hound: These dogs were bred for
hunting. They are great trackers

9: Doberman Working dog

The Doberman Pinscher, or Dobermann as they are called outside the USA, originates from Germany. A tax collector named Louis Dobermann needed a guard dog for his rounds and set out to make one. By crossing the German Shepherd with the German Pinscher, then later with several other breeds, the Dobermann saw daylight in the 1800s. This large dog breed is still used as a guard dog, and it’s a great family dog as long as it’s properly trained and socialized. They have a short black and tan coat with a medium shedding level that requires little grooming. They are also considered low-barking dogs, barking only when needed

Breed Height

M: 66 - 74 cm / 26 - 28 in
F: 61 - 66 cm / 24 - 26 in

Breed weight

M: 34 - 45 kg / 75 - 100 lbs
F: 27 - 41 kg / 60 - 90 lbs

Breed lifespan

Healthy dogs of this breed lives
average between 10 to 12 years

Breed group

Working: Mainly large tough dogs
bred for strength and endurance

10: Chihuahua Toy dog

The Chihuahua is the smallest dog breed in the world with its maximum height of 20 cm / 8 inches and weight of up to 2.7 kg / 6 pounds. They can be both short and long-haired and are considered medium shedders, but due to their size, even the long-haired Chihuahuas won’t leave much hair behind, especially with frequent brushing to remove loose and dead hair. Chihuahuas are high-barking dogs that also make good watchdogs, they may use a combination of barking and growling. They are highly energetic dogs, but again, due to their small size, their exercise requirements are minimal. 20 – 30 minutes a day is sufficient

Breed Height

M: 12 - 20 cm / 5 - 8 inches
F: 12 - 20 cm / 5 - 8 inches

Breed weight

Either gender of the Chihuahuas should not exceed 2.7 kg / 6 lbs

Breed lifespan

Healthy dogs of this breed lives
average between 14 to 16 years

Breed group

Toy dogs: Small breeds with large
personalities. Great lap warmers

11: German Shepherd Herding dog

The German Shepherd is a highly intelligent dog that can be trained to do just about anything by an experienced dog owner. They are large-sized dogs that have a medium coat, shedding all year round and blowing the coat twice a year. You won’t find a dog breed more loyal, loving, and devoted to its own family than the German Shepherd. With proper training and socialization from an early age, they can work out well among strangers and other dogs too. German Shepherds have a very high energy level, requiring long daily walks and mental stimulation to avoid getting depressed, bored, destructive, and develop bad behaviors

Breed Height

M: 60 - 65 cm / 24 - 26 in
F: 55 - 60 cm / 22 - 24 in

Breed weight

M: 30 - 40 kg / 65 - 90 lbs
F: 22 - 32 kg / 50 - 70 lbs

Breed lifespan

Healthy dogs of this breed lives
average between 10 to 14 years

Breed group

Herding: Breeds bred to control
the movements of other animals

12: Pomeranian Toy dog

Pomeranians are fluffy small dogs that have made their way into many homes around the world. Dating back to Germany in the 1800s, the Pomeranian back then could be as heavy as 14 kg / 30 pounds, having tough sledding dogs as ancestors. Since then, they have been continued to be bred down in size to the little hairballs they are today. As well as being a popular pet, they are also highly popular show dogs. Pomeranians are low-shedding dogs, but they are high barkers. If you don’t mind the barking, you also get a great watchdog with this little companion. They are high-energy dogs but have a minimal exercise requirement

Breed Height

M: 15 - 18 cm / 6 - 7 in
F: 15 - 18 cm / 6 - 7 in

Breed weight

M: 1.3 - 3.2 kg / 3 - 7 lbs
F: 1.3 - 3.2 kg / 3 - 7 lbs

Breed lifespan

Healthy dogs of this breed lives
average between 12 to 16 years

Breed group

Toy dogs: Small breeds with large
personalities. Great lap warmers

13: Pug from the Toy group

Pugs are small dogs that have their roots in ancient China. They have been known under many names, such as Mops, Mopshond, Dutch Pug, and Chinese Pug. They are descendants of mastiff dogs and they still retain many of the mastiff characteristics. The Pugs have a rich history, from being favorites of Tibetan monks to smuggling messages to Napoleon from his wife while she was imprisoned. Today, the Pugs are not involved in much smuggling, but they are one of the most owned lap warmers around the world. Even though they have a short coat, they are a high shedding breed, but at least the Pugs are low barking dogs

Breed Height

M: 25 - 33 cm / 10 - 13 in
F: 25 - 33 cm / 10 - 13 in

Breed weight

M: 6 - 8 kg / 14 - 18 lbs
F: 6 - 8 kg / 14 - 18 lbs

Breed lifespan

Healthy dogs of this breed lives
average between 13 to 15 years

Breed group

Toy dogs: Small breeds with large
personalities. Great lap warmers

14: Australian Shepherd herding dog

The Australian Shepherd is a popular companion and family dog around the world, they are medium-sized dogs with a medium hair length on their double coat. Aussies are part of the Herding group, even though they are mostly used as pets these days, their strong herding instincts still remain. This kind-looking colorful dog is actually not originally bred in Australia, but exclusively in the United States. The Australian part of their names is because that was their ancestor’s last place of residence before settlers moved their livestock and sheepdogs to the United States in the 1800s, where the dogs were crossed into this new breed

Breed Height

M: 50 - 58 cm / 20 - 23 in
F: 46 - 53 cm / 18 - 21 in

Breed weight

M: 22 - 29 kg / 50 - 65 lbs
F: 18 - 25 kg / 40 - 55 lbs

Breed lifespan

Healthy dogs of this breed lives
average between 12 to 15 years

Breed group

Herding: Breeds bred to control
the movements of other animals

15: Chow Chow Non-Sporting dog

Chow Chows are medium-sized dogs that border to being large with their average weight being just below 27 kilos / 60 pounds. Although their exact origin has been lost in time, they have been known in China for hundreds, if not thousands, of years. One of their most distinctive traits is their blue tongues, the only other breed that has a fully blue tongue is the Chinese Shar Pei. Chow Chows are long-haired dogs with a high shedding level, but they are low barkers at least. Even though they have a cute and fluffy look, Chow Chows are generally not considered very friendly dogs, but they do make good watchdogs and protectors

Breed Height

M: 43 - 51 cm / 17 - 20 in
F: 43 - 51 cm / 17 - 20 in

Breed weight

M: 20 - 32 kg / 45 - 70 lbs
F: 20 - 32 kg / 45 - 70 lbs

Breed lifespan

Healthy dogs of this breed lives
average between 8 to 12 years

Breed group

Non-sporting: Dogs whose main
purpose now is to serve as pets

16: Corgi herding dog breeds

When people see a Corgi, they typically just think it’s a Corgi, but they are actually either Pembroke Welsh Corgis or Cardigan Welsh Corgis. The most popular of the two breeds are Queen Elizabeth’s beloved companions through decades, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi. Although they are quite similar appearance-wise, they do have some differences, as well as completely different origins. Cardigans are around 3.6 kg / 8 pounds larger than the Pembrokes, and they have a long fox-like tail, while the Pembrokes have their tails docked close to the bodies. You can read more about the Corgi differences in this American Kennel Club article

Breed Height

Pembroke: Up to 31 cm / 12 in
Cardigan: Up to 32 cm / 12.5 in

Breed weight

Pembroke: Up to 13.6 kg / 30 lbs
Cardigan: Up to 17 kg / 38 lbs

Breed lifespan

Healthy dogs of this breed lives
average between 12 to 15 years

Breed group

Herding: Breeds bred to control
the movements of other animals

17: Akita Working dog breeds

As with the Corgis, an Akita isn’t just an Akita, it’s either an American Akita or a Japanese Akita. The most popular of these two breeds is the Japanese version, also called Akita Inu. The main differences between the two breeds are the weight and colors. The American Akita is somewhat heavier than the Japanese, and they can come in a variety of colors and have a black facemask, while the Japanese are limited to shades of red and white. Both of the Akita breeds have medium-sized coats that shed a lot, all year long, they also blow their coats two times a year. On the vocal side, the Akita breeds are considered low-barkers

Breed Height

American: Up to 71 cm / 28 in
Japanese: Up to 70 cm / 27 in

Breed weight

American: Up to 66 kg / 145 lbs
Japanese: Up to 39 kg / 85 lbs

Breed lifespan

Healthy dogs of this breed lives
average between 10 to 13 years

Breed group

Working: Mainly large tough dogs
bred for strength and endurance

18: Bull Terrier from the Terrier group

Bull Terriers are strong agile dogs that were bred around 1835 to be fighting dogs. The first cross was between Bulldogs and English Terriers, the result of that was named Bull and Terrier, later crossed with Spanish Pointers to add the needed size to dominate the fighting pits. Eventually, the Bull and Terrier were crossed with the White English Terrier and the Dalmatian, resulting in the new Bull Terrier breed. The Bull Terriers have a short coat with a minimal shedding amount and grooming requirements, they are also a low-barking breed. They are highly energetic very playful dogs, but they do not get along with other dogs

Breed Height

M: 53 - 56 cm / 21 - 22 in
F: 53 - 56 cm / 21 - 22 in

Breed weight

M: 27 - 32 kg / 60 - 70 lbs
F: 20 - 32 kg / 50 - 60 lbs

Breed lifespan

Healthy dogs of this breed lives
average between 12 to 13 years

Breed group

Terrier: Feisty and energetic
dogs bred to protect and hunt

19: Labrador Retriever Sporting dog

Labrador Retrievers are kinda like the Golden Retrievers short-haired sibling. They are both extremely kind dogs that get along with everyone, strangers and other dogs. Their sizes are also quite the same, but the Labradors are a tad larger. If you ever wanted a Golden Retriever, but the long hair and high shedding amount put you off, the Labrador Retriever would be the perfect substitute. They are low-shedding and low-barking dogs that make perfect family dogs. Like the Golden Retrievers, the Labradors are also highly trainable dogs. Commonly used as assistance dogs, Labradors are eager to please and obey their owners

Breed Height

M: 57 - 62 cm / 22.5 - 24.5 in
F: 55 - 60 cm / 21.5 - 23.5 in

Breed weight

M: 29 - 36 kg / 65 - 80 lbs
F: 25 - 32 kg / 55 - 70 lbs

Breed lifespan

Healthy dogs of this breed lives
average between 10 to 12 years

Breed group

Sporting: Active and alert highly
trainable assistant dog breeds

20: American Bully unrecognized breed

The American Bully is a medium-sized dog with a short coat that sheds minimally, requiring very little grooming. A good brushing once a week or bi-weekly is enough to get rid of any dead and loose hair. They are also known to be low-barking dogs, barking only to alert. The American Bully might have a scary look, but they are actually very laid-back loving dogs that make great family dogs. They are loving, playful, loyal, and fond of kids. These muscular dogs are also great lap warmers, as they love to snuggle. They are currently not recognized with the American KC, but the British United Kennel Club recognized the breed in 2013

Breed Height

M: 33 - 50 cm / 13 - 20 in
F: 33 - 50 cm / 13 - 20 in

Breed weight

M: 20 - 60 kg / 44 - 132 lbs
F: 20 - 60 kg / 44 - 132 lbs

Breed lifespan

Healthy dogs of this breed lives
average between 10 to 12 years

Breed group

Unrecognized: Breeds that have
not yet been recognized by AKC

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