The Labrador is no longer the most popular breed in the United States after 31 years – guess which one?

What are the most popular dog breeds in the United States in 2022? New online leaderboard. It was put together by the American Kennel Club, the American registry of purebred puppies who released the list for the previous year with an incredible surprise

For 31 years, the Labrador Retriever has been the most popular dog in the USA. Its undisputed primacy is given by its exceptional character: playful, affectionate, sociable, alert and ideal as a pet.

Almost all American families are geared towards this breed when they decide to get a four-legged friend, and in fact, the Labrador is also called “the most beloved dog in the USA.” But now we need to review the address.

The American Kennel Club, the famous pedigree registry in the United States, has published a ranking of the most widespread dog breeds in the country and For the first time in its history, the breed has conquered the place of Labradorand put an end to his long reign.

After 31 years, the Labrador was the second most popular dog in the United States in 2022. Second only to the French Bulldog, which climbed the rankings to reach the number one spot on the list. It was the most popular dog in the United States last year.

This friendly brachialis has come a long way. In 2012 it ranked 14th, and in 2019 it jumped to 4th instead. His popularity has grown over time and in fact in 2020 he was ranked second, passing the German Shepherd and Golden Retriever to the top.

The American Kennel Club’s new 2022 ranking sees the French Bulldog, Labrador Retriever and Golden Retriever respectively on the podium, followed by the German Shepherd and Poodle. These are the top 20 posts:

  1. french bulldog
  2. Labrador Retrievers
  3. Golden retrievers
  4. German shepherd
  5. poodle
  6. english bulldog
  7. Rottweiler
  8. beagle
  9. dachshund
  10. pointer
  11. Corgi
  12. Australian Shepherd
  13. Yorkshire Terriers
  14. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
  15. Doberman
  16. boxers
  17. mini snoozer
  18. cane corso;
  19. Great Dane
  20. shih tzu

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source: American Kennel Club

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