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Top 10 Dog Breeds. Is your Doodle or Dog on the list? I can't believe #8

The American Kennel Club just revealed the top breeds for 2019, and lots of favorite companions are back on top. 

Check out the 10 most popular breeds below, and head over to the AKC website to see more about the list.

1. Labrador Retrievers: The Labrador RetrieverLabrador or just Lab, is a medium-large breed of retriever-gun dog. The Labrador is the most popular breed of dog in many nations.

Golden Retrievers The Golden Retriever is a medium-large gun dog that was bred to retrieve shot waterfowl, such as ducks and upland game birds, during hunting and shooting parties.



Poodles: The Poodle is a formal dog breed that comes in three varieties: Standard PoodleMiniature Poodle, and Toy Poodle. The origin of the breed is still discussed, with a prominent dispute over whether the poodle descends from Germany as a type of water dog, or from the French Barbet.[5]:
Rottweilers: The Rottweiler (/ˈrɒtwlər/UK also /-vlər/)[1][2] is a breed of domestic dog, regarded as medium-to-large[3][4] or large.[5][6] The dogs were known in German as Rottweiler Metzgerhund, meaning Rottweil butchers' dogs,[7][8] because their main use was to herd livestock[3] and pull carts laden with butchered meat to market.[7] This continued until the mid-19th century when railways replaced droving. Although still used to herd stock in many parts of the world, Rottweilers are now also used as search and rescue dogs, as guard dogs, and as police dogs:
German Shorthaired Pointers: The German Shorthaired Pointer (GSP) is a medium to large sized breed of dog developed in the 19th century in Germany for hunting.[1] A versatile hunting breed, being an all-purpose gun breed of dog suitable for both land and water,[2] she is streamlined yet powerful with strong legs that make her able to move rapidly and turn quickly.
10 Yorkshire Terriers: The Yorkshire Terrier is one of the smallest dog breed of terrier type, and of any dog breed. The breed developed during the 19th century in Yorkshire, England.[3] Ideally its maximum size is 7 pounds (3.2 kg).[4] A popular companion dog, the Yorkshire Terrier has also been part of the development of other breeds, such as the Silky Terrier. It has a grey, black and tan coat, and the breed's nickname is Yorkie.
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