Dog Popularity: Counting Out the Top 50 Breeds

Top 50 dog breeds | most popular dog breeds in the world | list of 50  popular dog breeds in world - YouTubeAnd so the popularity list continues. If you haven’t already viewed my other “Most popular dog breeds” articles, you should. There is a part 1, 2, 3, and 4.

In this “Most popular dog breeds” article, I will list numbers 13th, 14th, 15th of the most popular dog breeds. Below the breed’s name you will find: height, weight, temperament, life span, living conditions, health problems.

  1. 13. Cairn terrier

Height: Height between the two genders will vary in this breed. Males normally stand to be 10-13 inches (25-33 cm) tall, and the females normally stand to be 9-12 inches (23-30 cm) tall.

Weight: Weight between the two genders will vary in this breed. Males usually weigh in at 14-18 pounds (6-8 kg), and the females usually weigh in at 13-17 pounds (6-8 kg).

Temperament: The Cairn terrier is an extremely hardy breed of dog. They are also high-spirited, lovable, caring, loyal, and intelligent. These dogs will be patient with children to a certain extent.

Life span: Averages 13-15 years of age.

Living conditions: This breed will do excellent living the apartment life. These dogs are highly active indoors, and they’ll do fine without a yard. This breed can be litter trained.

Health problems: This dog is prone to becoming overweight easily, so try to keep its food amount limited to a healthy amount. The Cairn is a rather healthy breed of dog, and has no known extreme health problems running throughout the breed’s blood.

  1.  Chesapeake Bay Retriever

Height: Height between the two genders will vary in this breed. The males normally stand to be 23-26 inches (58-66 cm) tall, and the females normally stand to be 21-24 inches (53-61 cm) tall.

Weight: Weight between the two genders will vary in this breed. The males usually weigh in at 65-80 pounds (29-36 kg), and the females usually weigh in at 55-70 pounds (25-32 kg.)

Temperament: TheChesapeake Bay retriever is sporting dog breed, and enjoys hunting. This breed is also highly intelligent, loving, loyal, trustworthy, gentle, caring, lively, energetic, peaceful to be around, and strong. They will do excellent around small children.

Life span: Averages 13-15 years of age.

Living conditions: This dog is NOT recommended for apartment life, and they are fairly active indoors and out. They require a large yard.

Health problems: This breed is prone to hip dysplacia and eye problems.

  1. Chihuahua

Height: Height between the two genders will not vary in this breed. Both male and female normally stand to be 6-9 inches (15-23 cm) tall.

Weight: Weight between the two genders will not vary in this breed. Both male and female usually weigh in at 2-6 pounds (1-3 kg.)

Temperament: This breed is highly energetic. They are great lap dogs, companions, playful, and lively. They are not recommended for children, because they tend to get a tad snappy if irritated.

Life span: Averages 14-16 years of age.

Living conditions: The Chihuahua will do fine living the apartment life. They are normally active indoors. They require a small yard.

Health problems: This breed tends to snore and wheeze due to their small muzzle. It is also prone to gum problems, colds, stress, rheumatism, and slipped stifle.

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