It’s hard to deny. You guys love dogs. And that’s OK with us because we love them too. Over the past year, you guys have logged hours upon hours of view time on our dog videos. We raise a toast to you and can’t wait to bring you more videos throughout this new year.
We’re going to count views as votes and see what dogs you like most.
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Might as well start off the list with a cutie. And you guys have. The pride of Yorkshire England starts us off. The Yorkie is a worthy entrant on this list with his silky coat and feisty but loving personality.
His charms have gained this big dog in a small body the title of the most popular dog in the US and to the number ten spot on this list chosen by you.
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9. Yorkie Poo
Take a Yorkie and add a bit of the ever popular and intelligent poodle and you get the number 9 entry on our list. The Yorkie Poo makes a delightful companion and is perfectly suited to apartment life, especially if you don’t mind a little barking.
He has plenty of energy to burn and he loves to play when he’s not parked on your lap watching Animal Facts. His ability to run fast and jump high can be surprising to those who aren’t expecting a canine Superman.
Lively and active, the Miniature Schnauzer has a larger than life personality and loves to participate in everything you do. He’ll follow you around the house, alert you to someone at the door – possibly more heartily than you might desire and his lovable personality has placed him firmly on this list.
You can’t help but love this bearded charmer. But, don’t expect him to sit around watching YouTube with you. Despite his small stature, the Miniature Schnauzer is not a lap dog. He’s athletic and energetic and needs tons of daily exercise.
You have certainly shown a lot of love to the designer dog breeds and the Pomsky is certainly no exception.
A cross between a Pomeranian and a Siberian Husky, the Pomsky is a great companion and wonderful family dog. Although, they are a bit hard to come by. Most of us might be stuck admiring him from the sideline, but awwww he’s cute!
Robust and powerful, the Rottweiler is happiest when given a job to perform. His intelligence, endurance, and willingness to work make him suitable as a police dog, herder, service dog, therapy dog, obedience competitor and devoted companion, as well as a popular breed on YouTube.
You seem to love this wonderful breed and we can’t blame you. He’s bold and he’s beautiful.
The Jack Russell Terrier might have had help getting on this list. Celebrity Jacks like Wishbone and Eddie from Frasier have certainly helped to get this spunky little dog to the forefront of dog popularity. That’s OK though because this intelligent breed deserves all the recognition he receives.
He may not be a great pet for everyone due to his insane amount of energy and somewhat stubborn personality, but we do love to watch him.
These next two are Doodle dogs – both are designer dogs with a Poodle parent.
Number 4 is the Maltipoo. He is a popular cross of the Maltese and the Poodle, known for his fun-loving and affectionate nature. Active and charming, he can fit into all kinds of homes and families: apartment or house, a family with kids or elderly single. Find out more about him and the rest of these wonderful dogs in the play list in the description.
At number 3, our second Doodle dog in this list is the Cockapoo. He is one of the oldest designer breeds. The cross between the Cocker Spaniel and the Poodle, he’s a much-loved Designer dog known for being completely people-oriented.
The Cockapoo is intelligent enough to train easily, hardly sheds, forgives quickly, and is so affectionate that you’ll never feel alone.
Our list returns us to the purebred toy breeds. One of the brightest and gentlest of the toys, the Maltese is exceedingly playful and enjoys clever games of dexterity such as “pull the hidden toy from under the cabinet with your paw.”
Maltese are generally peaceful with the world and quite confident in his position on this list.
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1. Bichon Frise
Some of you have definitely shown concern as to how I say “Bichon Frise”, but nonetheless you’ve had no trouble watching this fluffy heart warmer. You’ve skyrocketed the Bichon to the top of our list by a sizable gap.
Bred specifically to be a companion, the Bichon Frise is a wonderfully affectionate dog. Because his job was to entertain, his nifty repertoire of tricks made him an ideal circus dog. Today, though, he’s more often found entertaining his people at home and right here on Animal Facts.
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