> Most spoiled dog breed: American Bulldog
> American Bulldog popularity rank in US: N/A
> Life expectancy: 10-12 years
The American bulldog would love to be your lap dog, even if its 50-pound frame might be a bit too heavy for you. The bulldog makes a good guard dog and family companion, but it can be aggressive towards strangers and other animals if not properly socialized.
> Most spoiled dog breed: Chiweenie
> Chiweenie popularity rank in US: N/A
> Life expectancy: N/A
Not recognized by the AKC, yet, the chiweenie is a mixed breed dog — a cross between the Chihuahua and dachshund dog breeds. Chiweenies are very active and playful and get along with everyone in the family, including other dogs or cats.
> Most spoiled dog breed: Great Dane
> Great Dane popularity rank in US: 15 out of 195
> Life expectancy: 7-10 years
Great Danes can make for great pets. They are dependable, patient, and friendly. But for some, their biggest drawback is reflected in their name â they are huge. Standing on its hind legs, a Great Dane can be taller than its owner, and weigh up to 200 pounds. The male can be even heavier.
> Most spoiled dog breed: Whippet
> Whippet popularity rank in US: 59 out of 195
> Life expectancy: 12-15 years
The whippet looks like a small greyhound and is almost as fast — it has been called “The Poor Man’s Racehorse.” Despite its energy level, it does fine as an apartment pet, as long as it gets regular exercise. City dwellers will be pleased to know whippets don’t bark that often and require little maintenance.
> Most spoiled dog breed: Jack Russell Terrier
> Jack Russell Terrier popularity rank in US: 115 out of 195
> Life expectancy: 13-15 years
Originating in England but bred mostly in Australia, the Jack Russell terrier works to catch vermin and has a weatherproof coat.