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Ranked: Most Popular Dog Breeds in the U.S. of 2023

French Bulldog

This article will investigate current advances in the animal healthcare industry, in light of the ongoing growth of pet ownership, particularly of dogs. Additionally, we’ll look at the approaches adopted by key players in this area to fulfill the surging demand for pet care. To conclude, we’ll investigate the breeds of dogs most commonly owned in the United States.

The Growth of the Animal Healthcare Market

The booming popularity of pets around the globe has allowed the animal healthcare industry to reach new heights. Pet owners now view their four-legged friends as a vital part of their families, leading to increased expenditures on pet wellness. As a result, the veterinary healthcare sector is flourishing, creating abundant chances for experts and entrepreneurs.

Market Projections

A CEOWORLD magazine executive council report states that the global animal healthcare industry was estimated to be worth $186.5 billion in 2022, and is expected to rise at a CAGR of 5.2 percent between 2023 and 2025. This surge in the market could drive the sector to a value of nearly $204.75 billion by the end of the forecast period. This market growth can be attributed to the rising popularity of keeping pets for companionship, the importance of livestock production, and the availability of animal healthcare products in supermarkets and hypermarkets.

Challenges and Opportunities

The high rate of obesity in animals in the US and the discovery of novel illnesses in them make the animal health sector a critical component. These diseases may be transmissible to humans, thus prompting the necessity for appropriate treatments, medicines and vaccinations. This has provided a money-making chance for the major players in this field.

Most Owned Dog Breeds of Americans 

The animal healthcare market is on an upward trajectory, driven by the increasing importance of pets in people’s lives. Now, let’s explore the most owned dog breeds in America:

  1. French Bulldogs: Topping our list, French Bulldogs are renowned for their charm, compatibility with children and other pets, and their delightful nature.

    French Bulldog

  2. Labrador Retrievers: Labradors, America’s favorite dog breed for around 30 years, are sweet-faced, outgoing, and excellent family dogs.
  3. Golden Retrievers: With their smart and loyal nature, Golden Retrievers are known for their dense, shiny golden coats and charming personalities.
  4. German Shepherds: These intelligent, loyal, and protective dogs have a strong presence and are among the most popular breeds.
  5. Poodles: Bright, energetic, and friendly, Poodles thrive on activity and are well-suited for families.
  6. Bulldogs: Medium-sized British Bulldogs are adored for their docile, placid, and easy-going nature.
  7. Rottweilers: Rottweilers, known for their protective and loving nature, can be exceptional companions when properly trained.
  8. Beagles: Happy, loving, and lovable, Beagles are excellent family dogs, although they prefer not to be left alone for extended periods.
  9. Dachshunds: Dachshunds, affectionately known as wiener dogs, are friendly and playful but tend to bark frequently, typical of hunting dogs.
  10. German Shorthaired Pointers: German Shorthaired Pointers, medium-sized pointing dogs, are energetic and powerful, ideal for active families.
  11. Pembroke Welsh Corgis: Hailing from Pembrokeshire, Wales, these cattle herding dogs are known for their agility despite their short legs and long bodies.
  12. Australian Shepherds: Highly intelligent, energetic, and loyal, Australian Shepherds excel in various roles, including as hearing dogs and search and rescue dogs.
  13. Yorkshire Terriers (Yorkies): Yorkies, among the smallest terriers, are affectionate and playful, making them ideal companions for many households.
  14. Cavalier King Charles Spaniels: Known for adaptability, beauty, and a regal grace, Cavalier King Charles Spaniels are great pets for various living situations.
  15. Doberman Pinschers: Originally bred in Germany, Doberman Pinschers are large, muscular, and intelligent dogs that rank 15th among the most owned dog breeds.
  16. Boxers: Boxers, short-haired mastiffs, excel in agility and herding and are highly regarded as service, assistance, and therapy dogs.
  17. Miniature Schnauzers: These German-origin dogs are good with children, bright, friendly, and trainable, making them excellent watchdogs.
  18. Cane Corso: Cane Corsos, Italian mastiffs, often serve as companion or guard dogs and are renowned for their strength and affectionate nature.
  19. Great Danes: As one of the largest dog breeds globally, Great Danes are known for their courage, friendliness, and suitability as family dogs.
  20. Shih Tzu: Originating from Tibet, Shih Tzus are toy dogs known for their luxurious long coat, short snouts, and floppy ears.
  21. Siberian Huskies: Siberian Huskies are friendly working sled dogs belonging to the Spitz genetic family. They thrive with ample exercise and space.
  22. Bernese Mountain Dogs: Hailing from Bern, Switzerland, and the Swiss Alps, Bernese Mountain Dogs are known for their calm and loving nature.
  23. Pomeranians: Named after the Pomerania region in Europe, Pomeranians are small toy dogs with a fluffy double coat and an alert expression.
  24. Boston Terriers: Originating in the US, Boston Terriers are intelligent, well-proportioned dogs known for their affection and intelligence.
  25. Havanese: The national dog of Cuba, Havanese, is gaining popularity as a family pet in the US due to its charming demeanor.
  26. English Springer Spaniels: Known for their attentiveness and affection, English Springer Spaniels are ideal family pets and rank 26th among the most owned dog breeds in America.
  27. Shetland Sheepdogs (Shelties): These herding dogs, also known as Shelties, hail from the Shetland Islands of Scotland. Shelties are exceptionally intelligent, quick, and obedient.
  28. Brittany: A gun dog breed bred for bird hunting, Brittany dogs are bright, high-energy, and thrive with plenty of exercise.
  29. Cocker Spaniels: Cocker Spaniels, closely related to English Cocker Spaniels, are characterized by their cheerful and gentle nature, making them perfect household pets.
  30. Border Collies: Originating from England, Border Collies are renowned for their intelligence and obedience. They often serve as working sheep-herding dogs or loyal companions.

    Border Collies


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CEOWORLD magazine - Latest - Special Reports - Ranked: Most Popular Dog Breeds in the U.S. of 2023
Diya Mukherjee
Features & Analysis Editor at the CEOWORLD magazine. Diya has a wide range of interests in literature, culture, media, politics, science and technology, business and economy, and social issues. She holds a B.A. (Hons.) degree in Comparative Literature. She likes to write on diverse topics and explore new perspectives.