Most Popular Dog Breeds

The following is a ranking of the dog breeds on ShowDog.Com based on the amount of breeders, dogs, and entries within the past month.

Competition RankBreed
1Alaskan Malamute
2Australian Shepherd
3Great Dane
4Kerry Blue Terrier
5Siberian Husky
6Border Collie
7Boxer
8Irish Setter
9Doberman Pinscher
10Rottweiler
11Bull Terrier
12Standard Poodle
13Keeshond
14Borzoi
15Golden Retriever
16Labrador Retriever
17Cardigan Welsh Corgi
18Akita
19American Staffordshire Terrier
20Rhodesian Ridgeback
21Afghan Hound
22Shetland Sheepdog
23German Shepherd Dog
24Dandie Dinmont Terrier
25Australian Cattle Dog
26Pekingese
27English Cocker Spaniel
28American Cocker Spaniel
29Bearded Collie
30Bloodhound
31Pug
32Chihuahua
33Australian Terrier
34Pointer
35Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
36Chinese Crested Dog
37Smooth Fox Terrier
38English Setter
39German Shorthaired Pointer
40Belgian Tervuren
41Old English Sheepdog
42English Springer Spaniel
43Portuguese Pointer
44Caucasian Mountain Dog
45Brittany
46Norwegian Buhund
47Pomeranian
48Gordon Setter
49Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever
50Irish Wolfhound
51Sealyham Terrier
52Shiba Inu
53Argentine Dogo
54Newfoundland
55German Wirehaired Pointer
56Dachshund
57Rat Terrier
58Norfolk Terrier
59Border Terrier
60Pharaoh Hound
61Flat-Coated Retriever
62Leonberger
63Staffordshire Bull Terrier
64Irish Terrier
65Vizsla
66Collie
67Dalmatian
68Jack Russell Terrier
69Chow Chow
70Ibizan Hound
71Canaan Dog
72Curly-Coated Retriever
73Anatolian Shepherd
74Whippet
75Azawakh
76Scottish Deerhound
77Bernese Mountain Dog
78Mastiff
79Bouvier des Flandres
80Basset Hound
81Belgian Sheepdog
82Cairn Terrier
83Briard
84Glen of Imaal Terrier
85Mudi
86Norwich Terrier
87Manchester Terrier
88Beauceron
89Italian Greyhound
90Schipperke
91Bichon Frise
92Pembroke Welsh Corgi
93Lhasa Apso
94Yorkshire Terrier
95Alaskan Klee Kai
96Australian Kelpie
97German Pinscher
98Greyhound
99Saluki
100French Bulldog
101Belgian Malinois
102Black and Tan Coonhound
103Wire Fox Terrier
104Otterhound
105Swedish Vallhund
106Sussex Spaniel
107American Eskimo Dog
108Pumi
109Appenzeller Sennenhund
110Bulldog
111Irish Water Spaniel
112Miniature Poodle
113Kooikerhondje
114South African Boerboel
115Miniature Schnauzer
116Affenpinscher
117Tibetan Spaniel
118Great Pyrenees
119Basenji
120Samoyed
121English Toy Spaniel
122Neapolitan Mastiff
123Shih Tzu
124Grand Basset Griffon Vendéen
125Giant Schnauzer
126Pyrenean Shepherd
127Chesapeake Bay Retriever
128Weimaraner
129Boston Terrier
130Brussels Griffon
131Bergamasco
132Portuguese Podengo
133Plott
134Clumber Spaniel
135Maltese
136West Highland White Terrier
137Redbone Coonhound
138Portuguese Water Dog
139Bedlington Terrier
140Miniature Pinscher
141Tibetan Terrier
142Toy Poodle
143Harrier
144Japanese Chin
145Airedale Terrier
146Kuvasz
147Tibetan Mastiff
148Skye Terrier
149Lagotto Romagnolo
150Miniature Bull Terrier
151Estrela Mountain Dog
152Norwegian Elkhound
153Spanish Water Dog
154Lowchen
155Cane Corso
156Lakeland Terrier
157Greater Swiss Mountain Dog
158English Foxhound
159Field Spaniel
160Spinone Italiano
161Welsh Springer Spaniel
162Standard Schnauzer
163Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen
164Irish Red and White Setter
165Belgian Laekenois
166Beagle
167Welsh Terrier
168Wirehaired Pointing Griffon
169Polish Lowland Sheepdog
170German Spitz
171Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier
172Saint Bernard
173Bullmastiff
174Havanese
175Black Russian Terrier
176American Water Spaniel
177Thai Ridgeback
178Manchester Toy Terrier
179Puli
180Papillon
181Chinese Shar-Pei
182Finnish Spitz
183American Foxhound
184Dogue de Bordeaux
185Komondor
186Silky Terrier
187Toy Fox Terrier
188Scottish Terrier


Did you know?
There are about 900 breeds of sheep in the world.
Did you know?
The sit for exam is a modified version of the Stand for Exam. It is generally used in novice level classes and requires the handler to order the dog to sit and then to move away from the dog the length of the leash. The judge will then approach the dog and pet the dog's head.
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In multi-breed and all-breed shows, the winners of all breeds within the kennel club's breed Groups then compete for Group placements.