Britain’s favourite breeds?

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Brits love their dogs, a regular focus point of the iTV show “Britain’s Favorite Dogs,” further delineated by a survey undertaken by the show, polling many hundreds of British dog owners, thereby arriving at a top-ten list of dogs that delight their British owners. While the list had stalwart and well-anticipated breeds, like the Labrador and the Jack Russell Terrier, there were those that did not make the list, even though wider statistics, such as that available by the Kennel Club Registration, noted them as perennial favorites, such as the French Bulldog.

Key Takeaways:

  • In a show which aired on Wednesday June 29, an ITV programme surveyed 1,000 dog owners to find the nation’s top ten most popular breeds.
  • Unsurprisingly, the ever-popular and loyal Labrador came out on top
  • The most surprising omission from the list was one of the smaller, short-haired breeds, such as the French Bulldog or Pug

“Unsurprisingly, the ever-popular and loyal Labrador came out on top, and many other traditional favourites made the top ten.”

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