A top 10 list of the most lovable dogs in the world? Alas, the geniuses at MIT have yet to partner with the AKC to develop a device that measures a pooch’s "lovability." So until such a device is invented, we here at pet MD have done the next best thing: compiled a list of Unfairly labeled a "sourmug," the Bulldog is actually one of the most comical, jovial, and charming dogs you can find.Sure, he can usually stand to lose a few pounds, but how many of us could say any different?
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Regal-looking with its tri-colored, silky long fur, this is a true outdoor dog that, as its name might imply, fares well in cold weather.
Ever patient and loyal, the Bernese Mountain Dog would make a great addition to any family with children. Now that that's out of the way, the Collie is a very popular breed of large dog, not only for its obvious ties to classic literature and film, but for its sharp mind and friendliness.
Devoted and affectionate, the Bulldog is best for the, shall we say, on-the-couch Cupid. One of the world's largest breeds, he is strong and sturdy.
But the Irish Wolfhound is also one of the most gentle, noble, and lovable dogs you'll ever meet.
Actually, the fact that wolfhounds get along so well with everyone is what makes them poor guard dogs but excellent family dogs.
These hounds got star treatment in the 2013 New York City St.
#9 Collie It'd be very difficult not to mention Lassie when talking about the Collie. This loyal pooch rarely show signs of aggression, unless, that is, its owner is in need of protection.
Equally fearless and gentle, the Collie makes families happy.
Patrick's Day Parade as they walked with the New York Army National Guard's 1st Battalion, 69th Infantry.
Troops with the 69th have lead the parade since 1851.
Well, old Bobtail — as he's called by his adoring fans — isn't one of them.