Dog breeds with the most timeless popularity

#10. Doberman pinschers

The origin of this breed's name is Louis Dobermann of Apolda, Germany. Dobermann raised a dog capable of protecting him as he collected taxes.

#9. Boxers

The boxer's ancestor is the German dog known as the Bullenbeisser, which was employed to hunt large animals such as deer and boar.

#8. Cocker spaniels

Cocker spaniels are the smallest breed within the sports category, weighing an average of fewer than 30 pounds.

#7. Labrador Retrievers

Labrador retrievers, despite their name, originated in Newfoundland, Canada, not Labrador, Canada. 

#6. Poodles

Poodles were originally used to hunt ducks in Germany, where they originated. Their name derives from the German phrase for "to splash in the water," "pudelin."

#5. Boston terriers

Boston terriers are nonsporting despite their name. They were developed in Boston and designated the state dog of Massachusetts in 1979.

#4. German shepherds

These huge, strong canines are quickly trainable, making them a fantastic option for police K9 units.

#3. Bulldogs

The bulldog's name alludes to its past when it was utilized in England for bull baiting. As a sport, bull-baiting consisted of a dog attempting to subdue a tied-up bull.

#2. Dachshunds

The dachshund was known for having relatively small legs and a large torso, which allowed it to quickly detect odors and fit into burrows.

#1. Beagles

After the Civil War, beagles were first introduced to the country and trained to hunt bunnies.

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