The most popular dog breeds in America are a mix of breeds with a number of different traits, making it difficult to know exactly which ones are the best breeds for your needs.
It’s also not uncommon for dogs to have other dog-related traits as well, which makes it impossible to determine what kind of temperament the breed needs for your home.
In this article, we’re going to look at the most popular breeds for dogs.
What’s in a name?
Dogs are classified by their general appearance, but also by their temperament and general temperament.
For instance, some breeds are naturally shy, while others are aggressive, playful, playful with other dogs, or just have a natural disposition to be playful.
In the chart below, we’ve grouped the most common types of dogs by temperament.
A temperament score is a numeric value assigned to a breed based on its characteristics, as well as its breed-specific characteristics.
This is a good starting point for deciding which breeds are best suited to your needs, but you’ll probably need to make some adjustments to your specific needs.
The temperament score can be found on a breed’s website, but it can be tricky to find and understand, so we’ve created a handy infographic to help.
The chart below shows the most commonly used temperament scores for each of the most frequently used breeds.
If you’re looking for more specific information about the breed, check out our article on the differences between a “typical” dog and a “bully” dog.
Which breeds have the most temperament?
This chart shows the temperament scores of the top five most commonly owned breeds.
The list of breeds included in the chart is as follows: Labrador Retrievers