Data shows the longest-living dog breed
Pet ownership in the U.S. has skyrocketed. According to the American Pet Products Association, 66% of U.S. households had pets in 2023
Standard schnauzers, which weigh 35–45 pounds, are friendly, attentive watchdogs, nice with kids, and protective of their families.
This 24-pound dog is alert, gregarious, and funny. Their forehead hair distinguishes these friends. The breed is city- and country-friendly.
Pugs are little but strong. These dogs can live in the city, country, with kids or seniors, alone or in a pack. They're kind and mischievous.
These canines love hunting, climbing, and swimming due to their webbed feet. Smart, affectionate, and extroverted, this dog.
This breed is one of the smallest working terriers for small vermin, at 10 inches tall and 12 pounds. Norwiches are bold, happy, and domineering
Kerry blue terriers are known for their blue coats. This former farm dog is now a lively watchdog and family pet named for its Irish county of birth.
Keeshonds are amiable and outgoing. This medium-sized spitz is known for its "spectacles"—eye markings that resemble glasses.
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