Dog breeds australian
Laurie Hudgins has done her best to spread the Christmas spirit by filming her two puppies on her porch in Suffolk, Virginia. Oh, and one of the pups is dressed as a little elf. Try your best not to love the sight of these two dogs walking around. Credit: Instagram/bbflabradors via Storyful
Schnauzer (Miniature). Picture: Cabal Candids
WHETHER you’re a dog person or a cat person or somewhere in between, it’s safe to say dogs have become an essential part of human life.
They’re loyal, entertaining, caring and their unconditional love is a great confidence boost, let’s be real.
Across Australia alone, the canine population is estimated at 4.8 million, with 52 per cent of all owned dogs pure bred.
And although the Labrador Retriever is the number one dog breed in Australia, there’s a few smaller canine breeds becoming more and more popular.
So here it is, the most popular dog breeds in Australia in 2017, according to Dogs NSW and the Australian National Kennel Council.
Labrador Retriever. Picture: Cabal CandidsSource:Supplied
2.Staffordshire Bull Terrier
4.German Shepherd Dog
7.Cavalier King Charles Spaniel