The Most Spoiled Dog Breed in Every State

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> Most spoiled dog breed: Schnoodle
> Schnoodle popularity rank in US: N/A
> Life expectancy: N/A

The schnoodle is a designer breed, a hybrid between miniature schnauzer and poodle breeds. These are small dogs and typically have a curly coat. They are very adaptable and affectionate and are best known as excellent watchdogs.

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> Most spoiled dog breed: Great Pyrenees
> Great Pyrenees popularity rank in US: 70 out of 195
> Life expectancy: 10-12 years

The Great Pyrenees is a strikingly beautiful breed. However, as it was bred as a guard dog it requires careful training and socialization or it can become aggressive. It is not a great apartment dog as it needs a lot of exercise and has a tendency to bark a lot.

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> Most spoiled dog breed: Greyhound
> Greyhound popularity rank in US: 142 out of 195
> Life expectancy: 10-13 years

According to the AKC, greyhounds are the fastest dogs in the world. They have long been the object of fascination for artists, poets, and kings.

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> Most spoiled dog breed: Siberian Husky
> Siberian Husky popularity rank in US: 16 out of 195
> Life expectancy: 12-14 years

Bred as a sled dog, the Siberian husky is known for its endurance. Huskies have a great work ethic and love to run, preferring that to walking. In fact, the husky is so energetic that it has to be kept leashed or it will run away.

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> Most spoiled dog breed: Hungarian Vizsla
> Hungarian Vizsla popularity rank in US: 35 out of 195
> Life expectancy: 12-14 years

Also referred to as the Hungarian Pointer, the Vizsla may date back over 1,000 years. There are depictions of the Vizsla being used as hunting dogs from the early 10th century, when Magyar tribes invaded Central Europe.