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Top 10 Pampered Dog Breeds

These pups tend to get the royal treatment from their owners.

Pampered Pooches Unite
If you think your dog is a pampered pooch, you’re not alone. The ongoing trend of pet humanization contributes to the pampering of our dogs, from grooming to photo shoots. These ten dog breeds seem to be reaping the benefit of pet pampering the most.

1. Poodle

Top 10 Water-Loving Dog Breeds

These pups are more than happy and ready to splish-splash!

Counting down the days till you can hit the beach this summer? Your dog may be right there with you; ready to leap into the first body of water it can find.

Whether or not they love the water today, certain breeds, based on their ancestry and history, were built for it and may continue to share your fondness for a good swim. Here are the top water-loving breeds.

1. Irish Water Spaniel

Top 6 Short-Legged Dog Breeds

Most dog lovers can’t get enough of pups with teeny tiny paws and short, stubby legs, but have you ever stopped to wonder why these breeds have such small legs? We share some popular short-legged dogs and the history of their tiny statures.

1. Dachshund

Top 6 Unique Looking Dog Breeds

Though we love our “muttigrees” for their individual personalities and varied good looks, there are some breeds that take unique to an entirely new level.

The most important part of finding the pet for you is committing to a critter who will become a true part of your family.

1. Xoloitzcuintli

Top 8 Affectionate Dog Breeds

These pups will smother you with love.

Which are the most affectionate dog breeds out there? Our expert picks may surprise you! We all know how loveable and family-friendly Golden and Labrador Retrievers, but what about all of the other wonderfully affectionate breeds out there?

We’ve rounded up some dogs both big and small just waiting for a good hug.

Did we forget any affectionate dog breeds? Feel free to comment and add to the list below.

1. Bichon Frisé

Top 8 Curly-Coated Dog Breeds

Learn more some popular curly-coated dog breeds in addition to some tips on how to properly care for wavy-haired coats.

Looking for a dog breed with a minimal-shedding coat and great-looking curls? We share some popular curly-coated dog breeds.

1. Curly-Coated Retriever

Top 8 Dog Breeds That Love Cats

These canines are defying stereotypes with their feline friends.

While it may seem like cats and dogs could never co-exist, there are several breeds that can live harmoniously with their family’s feline counterparts and even, dare we say, learn to love cats. Here are the top breeds that can tolerate cats.

1. Sussex Spaniel

Top 8 Royal Dog Breeds

While you might let Muffin act like the Queen of the castle around your home, some dogs have truly been born in - and bred for - a life alongside the throne. Come learn about the eight breeds that were historically kept as royal dogs, from as early as the 7th century to modern times.

1. Pembroke Welsh Corgi

Top 9 Bird Dog Breeds

When it comes to dogs that excel at a particular skill, hunting dog breeds are undeniably accomplished. While any bird dog breed is excellent at tracking and receiving prey, there are a few breeds in particular that really stand out as the crème of the crop. There are many great hunting breeds, and each is special in its own way. Breeds that excel at hunting tend to have a strong work ethic and desire to please. They’re very intelligent dogs, and they make wonderful companions because of that.

The following are some of the most common bird hunting dog breeds.

1. German Shorthaired Pointer

Top 10 Easy-Going Dog Breeds

These dog breeds love to relax and take it easy.

Laid-Back Lifestyle

Looking for a laid-back dog that’s just as happy relaxing at home as he is playing in the park? Check out these breeds that come in a variety of shapes, colors and sizes to match your lifestyle and throw pillows.

1. Bulldogs

Top 10 Strongest Dog Breeds

If you’ve ever watched a dog show, it’s easy to see that many breeds come from hardy stock - consider the herding group, sporting group and working group, for instance. While it is true that many dogs have been bred to excel at certain tasks, some breeds go above and beyond when it comes to their strength.

Whether it’s racing across miles of frozen tundra or working hours besides their policeman counterparts, these 10 breeds have more than earned their status as the strongest dogs:

1. Rottweiler

Top 8 Italian Dog Breeds

If you think Italian pizza and wine can't be beat, think again. Here are 8 awesome dog breeds that hail from Italy.

The country well known for its delectable fare, art and history has something else to be proud of! Move over French Bulldogs and Chinese Crescents, Italy actually boasts a few breeds of their own. “There are a wide variety of Italian breeds, each unique in their temperament, size, energy level, exercise and grooming needs,”says AKC spokesperson Lisa Peterson. Check them out.

1. Cane Corso

Top 8 Russian Dog Breeds

Hailing from a country known for its size, Russian dog breeds don't disappoint when it comes to their individual personalities.

Check Out These Dog Breeds From Russia

Hailing from a country known for its size, politics and history - Russian dog breeds don’t disappoint when it comes to their individual personalities and looks. The Russian breeds are all unique. Each is different in its temperament, exercise level and grooming needs.

Here’s a peek at a few four-legged pals from the Russian region:

1. Borzoi

Top 6 Deceptively Docile Dog Breeds

You know how the saying goes: Never judge a book by its cover. The same can be said of dogs, believe it or not. While some breeds may appear rough and tumble from the outside, you might actually be surprised how many of those breeds that appear menacing are, in fact, quite calm, given them proper amount of attention, training and exercise.

We share some of the most popular “deceptively docile” dog breeds are. Here’s a list of the top six.

1. Great Dane

Top 10 Dog Breeds That Don’t Do Well In The Cold

As we trudge through winter in our mittens, hats and parkas, it’s important to remember that not all pups are as well suited for the snow and ice.

Breeds well-adapted to cold weather include those with a higher percentage of body fat for insulation and those with thick down fur for protection. The larger the animal, the better it retains heat, so large breed dogs also tend to stay warm and conserve heat energy.

If you’re wondering whether your own pup can hack the frigid temps on his own - or whether it may be time to invest in a doggie jacket and boots - check out the following list of breeds that aren’t quite as well suited to the cold weather.

1. Greyhounds

8 Dog Breeds That Look Like Stuffed Animals

While there are a lot of traits that draw us to our pooches, canines that look and feel like stuffed animals have a certain extra something that dog lovers find appealing - let’s call it an increased cuteness factor. Dogs that look like stuffed animals are adorable to look at, but remember that just because they’re cute and cuddly looking doesn’t mean they are necessarily the right breed for your lifestyle. Every breed has a distinct temperament and specific grooming, training and exercise needs.

If you’re still looking for a cuddly teddy bear dog breed to call your own, consider one of the following.

1. Bichon Frise

Top 8 Chinese Dog Breeds

Some of the oldest dogs in existence, certain Chinese dog breeds date back for centuries.

From the petite Japanese Chin to the extra large Tibetan Mastiff, Chinese breeds can vary in shape, size and temperament, but they all have rich histories.

Known for their beauty, intelligence and dedication to the humans who take care of them, these eight magnificent Chinese dog breeds are worth knowing and loving:

1. Chinese Crested

Top 10 English Dog Breeds

England is home to more than a few popular breeds - including the Golden Retriever and the Bulldog - giving dog lovers the world over some of their most beloved canines for centuries. Whether you are seeking a dog to go for a romp through the woods or sit at your feet while watching “The Crown,” there is an English breed for every type of person.

1. Beagle