Top American Dog Breeds


Siberian Husky

The Siberian Husky, a Scandinavian sled dog, was meticulously bred. Despite their wild dispositions, many American families choose this breed. These dogs should not be left alone with smaller pets due to their heightened predatory drive.


The German Boxer, a Bully-type dog, is active and friendly. Due to their energy, they need early socialisation, instruction, and lots of activities. These dogs need daily playtime and walking or they might become destructive.

Australian Shepherd

Despite their Australian name, these dogs are American. They were developed during the gold rush when miners and gold seekers needed a versatile, adaptable working dog to complete complex duties. Their intelligence remains a popular trait.

Yorkshire Terrier

The first little breed is the adorable Yorkshire Terrier. These lovely lap dogs are loving, cute, and low-shedding. These dogs are popular show dogs and home pets.



Dachshunds rank eleventh. The "Sausage dog" is one of America's most popular dog breeds but constantly misses the top ten. Kid-friendly semi-active dogs. They are kind to their owners.

Pembroke Welsh Corgi

In recent years, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi has been a big winner. These little canines were bred as vigorous sheepherders in England and Wales for generations. Its silky coat is popular in the US.


Among American dog breeds, the Rottweiler is highly regarded for its ability to guard and protect its human family. These dogs have always protected their owners.


The Bulldog, or English Bulldog, is a popular, placid, large-boned dog breed with lovely wrinkly faces. These dogs make great family companions because they're content with a quiet home life.