Top 10 Dog Breeds

Every good dog has its day, and today’s the day! Welcome to, and today we’ll be counting down our picks for the top 10 dog breeds. For this list, we’re looking at all varieties of pups from the petite to the huge, and are choosing favorites based on their demeanors and ease of training, as well as their cute and cuddly factors. But to be clear, we love all pooches! Now grab your leash and let’s go for a walk! Good boy! Although famously featured in the horror film “Cujo,” which is based on the Stephen King novel, the St Bernard is a big friendly creature whose true self is probably better portrayed in the family friendly flick “Beethoven.” Named after the Great St. Bernard Hospice, the dog has roots as far back as 980AD and while they did not carry barrels of brandy, they were indeed bred for life and rescue work in the Alps. The breed was nearly wiped out due to severe winters in the early 1800s but was, happily, crossbred with Newfoundland dogs to restore and preserve their numbers. Differing slightly in appearance and purpose from its American cousin, the English Cocker Spaniel has been a fixture in the arts in some way for nearly half a century. First appreciated as a quality hunting dog in both dry and wet conditions, the Cocker Spaniel’s lively, lovable, and playful personality endeared it as a welcomed member of many families. As good at being a friend to children as it is driving out woodcocks, the Cocker Spaniel’s intelligent nature also allows it to regularly be employed as a sniffer dog in Cuban airports. Originally bred in Russia to be working sled dogs, these large wolf look-a-likes are incredibly friendly and are surprisingly light eaters. Smart and highly trainable, the husky is good with children and rarely lets loose its signature howl, but they make poor watchdogs – they just like people too much. Known for their icy blue eyes, huskies may also have brown or amber eyes and may even have one blue and one brown eye. Their fur, meanwhile, can be black, white, red, silver, grey, or brown and keeps them warm in temperatures as low as -75 degrees Fahrenheit. A common fur-baby today, the Boxer was first bred and intended for dog fighting, bull baiting and even cart pulling. Obnoxiously happy and high-spirited, Boxers are intelligent, quick learners who appear to be the most cat-like of all dogs. They are easily integrated into most dog-loving families as they get along well with and play well with kids and may bond well with cats over a shared dislike of birds. The breed may have earned its name from its boxing-like paw gestures, although many in its native Germany dispute that claim. Tiny but brave and incredibly loyal, Yorkshire Terriers are protective of their adoptive families and can effectively take over the house if allowed. Noted for their long, silky hair, the Yorkie is descendant of the Paisley and Skye Terriers and was actually bred to be a mouse hunter in Northern England where they were often used in clothing mills and mines. At home, meanwhile, the Yorkie is quite content as an indoor dog and can be excellent watch-puppies due to their suspicious attitude towards strangers. Whether British, French, or American, today’s bulldogs have roots as far back as 1500, but the breed as we know it didn’t really come to be until the Old English Bulldog was interbred with the Pug. Now considered one of the national animals of Britain, bulldogs of the past were bred and used for the “sport” of bull baiting. Rather than taking down bulls, today’s bulldogs thrive on attention and are quite loving. In addition to having a face only a mother could love, bulldogs are also in the habit of snoring loudly, drooling, and … well, farting. Coming in colors ranging from lemon, black, tan, white, red, and orange, beagles of some form were recorded in Ancient Greece and are even present in the works of Shakespeare. The modern beagle, however, can be traced back to the 1830s when the Reverend Phillip Honeywood established the first modern pack. In the past, beagles were praised for their hunting ability and are today valued as sniffer dogs owing to their incredible sense of smell. The beagle is also a cartoon mainstay with Snoopy, Underdog, Odie, Mr. Peabody, and Gromit all drawing inspiration from the real life hound. Charming, devoted, patient, and trainable, the Golden Retriever is an excellent choice for a family dog or a childhood friend. The Golden came to be in the late 1800 in his quest to have a retrieving dog that performed well on land and in water. Tweedmouth’s efforts not only paid off, but gave the world a dog well suited to search and rescue work, drug enforcement, and servicing the disabled community. Properly known as the German Shepherd Dog, the GSD was known as the Alsatian Wolf Dog for much of the 20th century. Developed around 1899, the first recognized German Shepherd was Horand von Grafrath and was owned byMax von Stephanitz, who saw a great herder in the happy little woofer. Intelligent and excellent learners, German Shepherds are often used as scouts in militaries, search and rescue teams, police services and are capable actors… in dog terms. Before we unveil our top pick, here are a few honorable mentions. Aw, the lab. Friendly? Check. Noisy? Not so much. Smart? Oh heck yeah. Although labs may be yellow, chocolate, or black, these are all one breed and can be found in a single litter. Popular worldwide as a friend, labs are also eager to help out in the world of police work, hunting, security, and as guide and service dogs to the blind and autistic. A descendant of the St John’s water dog, the Lab’s webbed paws make it a natural swimmer, but also function as a snowshoe of sorts in winter. Do you agree with our list? What’s your favourite breed of dog? For more for-legged Top 10s published daily, be sure to subscribe to Subtitles made by Hazzy

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100 Responses

  1. Giovannic10 says:

    Pretty sure they got the English Cocker spaniel confused w the American, cuz some of the dog clips they showed were the American not the English

  2. Timothy Hunter says:

    Sled racing dog actually tend to be mutts meaning they are husky and something else

  3. The Gaming Rex says:

    Shiba inu better be in this vid

    Edit: fuuuuuuuck

  4. Ballora Dancy Pants says:

    As a person who is looking for a dog but lives in a tiny apartment with a limited budget for adoption. Seeing that the big dogs I love are the best dogs makes me happy and sad at the same time. Wanting a german Shepherd and a husky and other dogs like them but knowing their too big for my home and that it’ll be cruel to put them in a small space. It makes me happy to see them on this list but sad at the same time.

  5. Dam Son says:

    The top 3 could be switched around in anyway and still be right. Good top 10.

  6. fts commentaar says:

    A wetter hoen also known as Frysian Stabij they are only in Friesland one of the provinces of the Netherlands

  7. lewis says:

    best dog = shiba

  8. benp129 says:

    No Goldendoodle

  9. Christopher Sandager says:

    I have a Labrador, and it’s the best thing in the entire world

  10. Your Aunties Favorite Big Boy says:

    pits are mad underrated 😔😔

  11. TTV TACTICALS says:

    I really like pugs

  12. Janine Harrison says:

    Cocker spaniel is not good with children and my doctor said about 50% of bites he has treated come from this breed!

  13. Laura Carter says:

    Why aren’t pitbull’s in the list

  14. WRutledge13 says:

    German Shepard are over rated. Pit bulls are under rated. But over all beagles might be the best dog out there.

  15. Chantelle xoxoxo says:


  16. Chantelle xoxoxo says:

    Rottweiler club where you at??

  17. Maximiliano Godinez says:


  18. M f says:

    10.Rottweiler 9. Doberman 8. Rottweiler 7. Doberman 6. Rottweiler 5. Doberman 4. Rottweiler 3. Rottweiler 2.Doberman 1. Rottweiler/Doberman

  19. Hydrox_8 says:

    Beagle gang 😉

  20. Ollie_ says:

    I’ve had a golden retriever, I have a German Shepard and 2 black labs. i was surprised they were all on the list. but I think Rottweiler is missing :)) (we had one)

  21. Shen Nung says:

    Doberman? Pug?

  22. SaveTurtlez says:

    Golden Retriever anyone???!

  23. Dermot Mcgreevy says:

    How tf was the spriger spaniel not on this list?

  24. Khanyay says:

    My dog died 3 weeks ago. He was a Rottweiler. Damn it I miss him so much man. I want another one. But not to soon

  25. Owen Hartman says:


  26. Calen Mitchell says:

    My yorkie passed away last week 🙁

  27. The most Random channel says:

    Silky terrier
    Pit bull
    Top 5 dogs for me

  28. Kaoxz says:

    they be sleeping on the maltese😴😴

  29. Go5i says:

    Video doesn’t show shiba inu

  30. Chase swartwood says:

    excuse me all dogs are good and you can never rank doggies because they are perfect

  31. dark tv says:

    my labador retriever died

  32. Mitchell Jenkins says:

    Fox red lab?

  33. This dude 42 says:

    Great Pyrenees are the best dog idc what u say

  34. Jenny Bauer says:


  35. UnstopableGaming says:


  36. Denise Roberts says:

    well for me personally I love English Springer Spaniels I have two of them right now and they are number three and four that I've had but all dogs are great obviously and everybody has their own preference but if I was going to have a different dog I would probably get a beagle

  37. Carter Simon says:

    Wood cock

  38. Jacob Lantrip says:

    Where is Great Pyrenees they are lovable fluff and they are great companions also they are so fluffy and big they can even be used as pillows what more would you want

  39. Israel Avila says:

    Golden doodle ? Anyone

  40. Ryan Shipley says:

    I have a golden retriever at home and he is the best dog ever

  41. Priyankan Datta says:

    All dogs are perfect. No ranks. I love my samoyed.

  42. SHERU'S Vlog says:

    Top 3 Golden Retriever

  43. XxAvaxX says:

    My number #1 is a Corgi.

  44. clorox bleach says:

    There all number one in my heart

  45. Sneky Bokoblin says:

    3.yorki 2.pug 3.bijon shitzu

  46. Ramanuj Ghalsasi says:

    Husky gotta be in top 3….

  47. Justin Hinkle says:

    No pugs or Boston terriers

  48. martin yes says:

    Where is rotweiler

  49. Candy The Pug says:

    Puuuuuuu ggg

  50. Klein Clam says:

    Siberian husky golden doodle and golden retriever anyone

  51. Seki Yamada says:

    My baby is a Doxiepoo. She is sometimes playful and she is loyal too. P.S. I'm not trying to boast about my baby girl.

  52. YAKUZA -GOB- says:

    The Akita could've been in honorable mentions…

  53. Brady G says:

    What about the pug and you really can’t do top 10 dogs

  54. MARWAN amr says:

    Golden retriever

  55. God usopp says:

    Not even a honorable mention for my pub 😑

  56. GuhanIyer says:

    10. You
    9. Can't
    8. Rank
    7. Them
    6. All
    5. Because
    4. They
    3. Are
    2. All
    1. Perfect

  57. pugface says:

    All dogs are perfect it just matter how you rasie them

  58. Sebastian Pereyra says:

    No love for Wheaten Terriers

  59. the oxrock says:

    Not a typical breed but my favourite is the border terrier cross staffy. Mines called harry and has been my best friend for the past 12 years now. In my opinion he is the most human like dog and has never hurt any person or creature.

  60. Mag Gaming says:

    My favourite breed of dog is a black Labrador!!!!!!!!

  61. ENG_Elegido says:

    5. All
    4. Dogs
    2. Amazing

    1. Labrador Retriever

  62. ENG_Elegido says:

    IMO the top 3 is:
    1. German Shepherd
    2. Golden Retriever
    3. Labrador Retriever

  63. Unnamed Boi says:

    You do not rank dog breeds as you do not rank human races

  64. wolfie the werewolf says:

    The number 1 should be English cocker spaniels

  65. Werby in India says:

    This is ju

  66. Singhasaurus. REX says:

    i have a lab

  67. Julian Quinton says:

    Where's pomeranian? In my opinion, they are the cutest dogs!

  68. Petar C says:

    My favorites are german sheperd, golden retriever, labrador and siberian husky

  69. Kumar Mukesh says:

    Lab is my favorite

  70. Batman says:

    rank dog breeds?? how stupid can this be… next is top ten human race you fuckin faggot!

  71. Alex Harkness says:

    Yess gsd

  72. George Kk says:

    all the dogs are great and lovely but personally my favorite dog is Rottweiler because they’re smart , friendly, kid friendly, strong and nice to other people and animals you can’t get any more satisfaction!!!

  73. Pierre Swanepoel says:

    and the Basset Hound?

  74. Vegan Big Mac Combo Wid a side of Grass says:

    Australian Bulldogs are very great, a mix between bulldogs and boxers

  75. amaenna says:

    Mutts or with breed, they're all sweet!

  76. Stick18 says:

    My top 3 1.Cane Corso 2.Boerboel 3.Dogo Argentino

  77. banana boi says:

    5:31 hey lin

  78. Matt Fisher says:

    Where are the mastiff?

  79. Owen Emmett says:

    Pitbull? Where’s the pitbull?

  80. ER0DE_ says:

    Where is the Australian shepherd?!?!

  81. Tattan Pordung says:

    Oh labrador puppies

  82. Sans Lol says:


  83. Tiara's Journey says:

    I want to get a border collie and train it to be a service dog

  84. Matthew Buza says:

    The Siberian Husky should have been number one

  85. cardena says:

    adopt don’t shop!

  86. Galactic Narwhal says:

    70 percent of these dogs are not smart

  87. Stephen Bayer says:

    I have a bone to pick with this top 10 why wasn't the Chow Chow or Shar Pei part of this top 10 they are both very smart and can be very loving breeds

  88. Anthony Richie says:

    It’s impossible to rank dogs, all of them are perfect!

  89. Black and White Riot says:

    I like the tb when Hammond tried to put dog bigger than him in the trunk

  90. Bishwas Timalsina says:

    my labradorite died

  91. Chris Cool says:

    If English Mastiffs aren't in this, I will sue you

  92. Roon says:

    i dont even like chihuahuas but i like mine

  93. Michael Robertson says:

    You should have included Pugs on this list. With their sad facial expression and big eyes they are begging for a hug. #hugsforpugs

  94. The Tall One says:

    Ithink huskie should have taken numbuh 1

  95. Catrina Hensley (Student) says:

    wheres my corgi bros

  96. blaspur says:


  97. I Win says:

    All of them are ties

  98. Wishbone The Dog says:

    0:32 is from PBS. Though I wish that was the TeenNick version of the show.

  99. Konglover 64 says:

    Black labs are my favorite and huksys as well

  100. Andreas ante Pettersson says:

    I have a Swedish Lap Hound it is the sweatest bred

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