Pit Bulls are one of DC's most popular dog breeds, despite their negative reputation. Pitties love cuddling and people! The city's dog-friendly parks and trails provide exercise for them!
It's obvious why D.C. residents love lab mixes. When paired with another breed, a lab's upbeat temperament is unbeatable. Labradoodle, Labrakita, English Bullador, Labradane, and Aussiedor are all fancy names for Labrador-mixed dogs.
Mutts are called Heinz 57, pound puppy, mixed breed, or hybrid. You love your dog, regardless of their breed. Mutts come in all shapes, sizes, colors, and temperaments, but any mutt would love to walk through historic Georgetown.
Goldendoodles are lovable with their floppy ears and friendly faces. DC Goldendoodle owners should live near a park. This park is ideal for doggie cardio to prevent boredom.
Small dogs make city life easier. Chihuahuas come in. This breed is perfect for city living, from nesting to walking. Bring your small dog to one of D.C.'s pet-friendly restaurants for yappy hour or dinner.
Labrador Retrievers are America's most popular breed, so D.C. residents love them. Walk your lab in the Tidal Basin to see the cherry blossoms in spring. Your friend loves socializing with guests.
Shih Tzus are adorable. D.C. residents? Washington D.C.'s 8th most popular pet is this furry creature. These small dogs are perfect for apartments or homes with little yard space.
Yorkies, or Yorkshire Terriers, are ideal for city life. This friendly little dog is perfect for city exploration. Their bravery makes them good watchdogs, despite their mild bark.