The Labrador is “tops” again! This time the Labrador Retriever topped the list of the UK’s Favorite Dog Breeds in a survey conducted by Frontline Spot On.
The flea protection company surveyed 2,000 dog lovers across the UK and found that the Labrador Retriever to be the favorite dog breed across England, Ireland, and Scotland, with only the Welsh preferring the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel.
“The Labrador Retriever has always been a firm family favorite, so it’s not surprising it topped the poll,” said Brock Abreu, manager for Frontline Spot On.
It was also found that despite the old adage of a dog being a man’s best friend, women are actually closer to their dogs – with 65% of women seeking friendship in dogs compared to 54% of men. The survey also found that men prefer larger dogs than women.
According to the poll, loyalty, cuteness, cleanliness and discipline are the top qualities Brits look for in their dogs.
Here’s the list of the UK’s most favorite dogs: