The lively, happy, and energetic English Cocker Spaniel is included on our list, which comes as no surprise.
vThe breed climbed one spot from its previous ranking of No. 52 because to the fact that even more Americans have come to love and cherish them.
When compared to the previous year, the daring Portuguese water dog climbed up one spot.
This dog, which has fur that sheds very little and is built like an athlete, will enthusiastically learn any trick you can throw at its adorable, curly face.
The Saint Bernards maintained their position at number 48.
There's a good reason why Golden Retrievers are such a popular breed: in general, these dogs are extraordinarily well-mannered.
They are renowned to be sociable and playful with children of any age, despite the fact that they make exceptional watchdogs.
As a result of this, you should get ready to engage in a lot of games of fetch with your large and stout Bernard.
Akitas are devoted, dignified canines who will occasionally let their goofy side emerge around their adored families.