Special Report

America's Most Popular Dogs

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30. Miniature American Shepherd
> Personality: Good-Natured, Intelligent, Devoted
> Life expectancy: 12-13 years
> Weight: 20-40 pounds
> Height: 14-18 inches (male), 13-17 inches (female)
> Popularity ranking in 2020: 34 out of 197

29. Cocker Spaniel
> Personality: Gentle, Smart, Happy
> Life expectancy: 10-14 years
> Weight: 25-30 pounds (male), 20-25 pounds (female)
> Height: 15-17 inches (male), 14-15 inches (female)
> Popularity ranking in 2020: 30 out of 197

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28. Shetland Sheepdog
> Personality: Playful, Energetic, Bright
> Life expectancy: 12-14 years
> Weight: 15-25 pounds
> Height: 13-16 inches
> Popularity ranking in 2020: 25 out of 197

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27. Brittany
> Personality: Bright, Fun-Loving, Upbeat
> Life expectancy: 12-14 years
> Weight: 30-40 pounds
> Height: 18-21 inches
> Popularity ranking in 2020: 26 out of 197

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26. English Springer Spaniel
> Personality: Friendly, Playful, Obedient
> Life expectancy: 12-14 years
> Weight: 50 pounds (male), 40 pounds (female)
> Height: 20 inches (male), 19 inches (female)
> Popularity ranking in 2020: 27 out of 197

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