Dogs are family members, from unique mixed breeds to posh purebreds, but there are also husbandry trends.
A surprise underdog took first place in Liverpool.
Popular breeds that surprisingly didn’t make it include the Labrador, voted Britain’s most popular dog, Dachshund, King Cavalier and the Pomeranian.
Read on to see if your four-legged best friend made the top 5.
Cockapoos have many brilliant traits, they are intelligent, alert and generally friendly towards people and other animals. They are also soft-hearted and loyal.
Frenchies are a popular companion for many reasons, they’re small with a big personality and can adapt to any home life, and while walks are required, they don’t need much exercise (they’ll likely burn off a lot of energy). how much they play with!) Fun to train and social animals, they make great choices.
Although they play by their own rules and patience is required when training, it is well worth it as this breed is great with other dogs and children.
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Coming nationally at 18 but folks in the Northwest seem to love the Beagle. They are synonymous with hunting and are very protective of their owners, making them a popular choice for a family addition.
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