Top 10 most well-liked dog breeds in the world 2022


The world is a crazy place, and there are many things that you might not have known about. One of them is dogs. Dogs have been around for centuries, and they’ve adapted to their environments as well as anyone else does. They can survive in the most inhospitable climates on Earth and pose no threat whatsoever to humans or other animals who live there. The most popular dog breeds in the world are those that are commonly found in urban areas — such as New York City or London — where people live alongside one another without much access to open spaces like fields or forests; these dogs need constant companionship because they’re often alone during long periods of time while they work hard at jobs like guarding businesses and warehouses against intruders looking for goods inside them.”

1. American Pitbull Terrier

The American Pitbull Terrier is a dog breed known for its strength, athleticism, and gentleness with children. They also make great companions for people who want to train their dogs for protection tasks. In fact, the American Pit Bull Terrier was ranked as the most popular dog breed in the United States from 2007 to 2010 by Kennel Club USA.

Pit Bulls were originally bred as fighting dogs during the 1800s when they were used in bull baiting matches and cockfighting rings across Europe and North America until their ban in several countries including Canada (1915), New Zealand (1931), Australia (1939)

2. Shih Tzu

The Shih Tzu is a small dog breed with an all-white coat. It’s usually white or creams with black markings on the head and legs. It has a topknot and a short tail, which makes it look like it has horns!

The Shih Tzu was originally bred in China, where they were used as lapdogs for royalty. Today you can find them in many other countries as well – including America! They’re very popular because of their long silky coats which make them easy to keep clean (unlike some other breeds). They also make great family dogs because they’re friendly towards children while being loyal to their owners too!

3. Pomeranian

Pomeranians are a small dog breed that originated in Germany. They have curly hair and can be white, black, or brown in color. The Pomeranian is one of the oldest breeds of dogs known today and was first bred by German noblemen to help them hunt birds during their hunts. Since then they have become popular worldwide as pets because they’re easy to care for, playful, and affectionate with both children and adults alike!

4. Pug

The fourth most popular dog breed in the world is the pug. Pugs are small dogs that are known for their distinctive physical features, including rounded muzzles and large eyes. They have a gentle temperament, making them excellent companions who can be trusted with children.

Pugs are affectionate creatures who love to cuddle up on laps or snuggle under blankets with their owners. This makes them ideal pets for those who want a friend at home but don’t have time to take care of another animal!

Pugs also make excellent guard dogs because they’re alert enough to notice when something is wrong but won’t growl at strangers if someone enters your home unannounced (as long as you let him know this person has come by).

5. Doberman

The Doberman is a very loyal dog that likes to be part of the family. It is also known as the “German Shepherd” or “GSD,” and it comes in four different sizes: standard (85 pounds), miniature (30 pounds), and toy poodles.

Dobermans are very good with children because they don’t bark at them or bite them when playing with them. The Doberman will follow you around all day long if you let him/her do so—it loves attention!

6. Border Collie

Border Collies are one of the most intelligent dog breeds, with a reputation for being able to memorize and reproduce complex tasks. They are also known as Scottish Sheepdogs, but their name comes from the fact that they were bred for herding sheep. They’re highly energetic dogs who love to work and play hard, which makes them excellent family pets!

Border Collies have been bred to be excellent working dogs over many generations. They excel at herding livestock like sheep or cows on farms or ranches; they’re great at tracking down lost hikers (and other animals) by following their scent trails; they’ll even help out with some farm work when necessary! Border Collies tend not only to get along well with people—but they also love interacting with other animals like cats and rabbits at home too!

7. Small dog breeds

Small dog breeds are also called toy dogs. They’re a breed with a very small frame, and they got to be active in order to be healthy. Most small dog breeds require daily walks or playtime with their owners. If you live in an apartment, it’s best to get a pet that needs very little space to run around and enjoy itself!

Small dogs are great for people who travel often because they don’t take up much room when they go on trips (you’ll have plenty of room left over).

8. Maltese dog

Maltese dogs are small and cute. They have silky white coats, which makes them look like fluffy little clouds. The Maltese are known for their affectionate nature towards their owner and other family members, as well as other pets in the house.

Maltese dogs are good family pets because they get along well with children and other animals in their environment (such as cats). They can also be easily trained using positive reinforcement techniques or clicker training methods so that they learn new tricks quickly!

The lifespan of a Maltese can vary depending on how much exercise they receive each day; however, most live between 10-12 years old before passing away at home surrounded by family members who love them dearly until then!

9. Cane Corso

The Cane Corso is a large, strong, and powerful dog breed that originated in Italy. It was originally bred to be used as a hunting dog and guard dog. But today it can also be found in homes as a family pet.

Cane Corso dogs have short hair and their coats come in various shades of brown or red/white with white markings on the chest, legs, and face (known as “snowshoes”). They are very energetic dogs that require regular exercise. So if you live in an apartment building or don’t have much yard space for them then this may not be the best choice for you!

Cane Corso’s coat needs regular grooming along with brushing every week to keep it healthy and free from tangles – otherwise, it could lead to baldness or breakouts due to its oils being produced naturally when exercising vigorously outdoors during warmer weather months!

10. Bull Terrier

Bull Terriers are very active and energetic. They adore running around, playing with other dogs, and chewing on things. They are also very intelligent and independent. If you’re looking for a dog that can keep up with your active lifestyle. This might not be the best choice for you!

Bull Terriers need lots of exercise every day since they tend to be snappy. When they don’t get enough physical activity (which is quite often). If you have time available during the day or evening hours when it’s convenient for both you and your pet then consider getting one as an addition to your family but if there aren’t any opportunities then I would recommend sticking with another breed instead.”

The German Shepherd Dog is the most popular and beloved breed of dog in the world.

The German Shepherd Dog is the most well-liked dog breed in the world. This breed has been used as a guard dog and family companion since ancient times. They are known to be very faithful, gentle, playful, and easy to train.

German Shepherds have a long history of working with humans alongside their owners. Who needed protection or assistance according to their needs at that time. The GSD was bred specifically for this purpose by crossing different German shepherd breeds together resulting in an ideal guard dog with great strength but also a gentle disposition towards children who don’t understand how dangerous can be some situations around them!


As you can see from our list, there are many different types of dogs. They can be very different from each other in terms of measure, color, and persona. This makes it difficult to determine, which one is the best dog for you!

By Fahad