The most popular new dog breed in New York is …
No, you wouldn’t imagine it – everyone you know truly became pet parents last year. Among American dog owners, around 67% said they brought home a new puppy in the pandemic era, and with slower schedules and more flexible work-from-home options, that even includes us, the Usually too busy New Yorkers.
While small spaces and strict owners can make finding the right furry baby a bit more difficult, new investigation from Rover proves that we still have plenty of adorable options when it comes to choosing the perfect dog for you. city life.
So which race currently reigns supreme in New York City?
Depending on how many furry influencers you follow, you might be surprised to learn that no, it’s not The French Bulldog!
We love you Frenchies, but from now on the Cockapoos have taken the crown.
The fluffy Teddy Bear-esque breed is a mix of Cocker Spaniel and Poodle. As well as being absolutely adorable, they are also smart, super cool, and stay relatively small. According to Rover, “They are quite adaptable so they can be in an apartment or a house, in town or in the country, they are just happy to hike, explore or just snuggle up on the couch with them. their relatives.” No wonder they make such great urban dogs!
The list of the five most popular puppies in town is rounded off by the Havanese, Yes, French Bulldogs, Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, and American Pit Bull Terriers (which, by the way, are gentle and family friendly!).
If you were waiting for a sign that you should finally bring home a new best friend, we’d say that’s it!
[Photo via @mrtaxidoodle]