The American Kennel Club has announced its most popular dog breeds of 2014. Labrador retrievers lead the pack nationwide, but the French Bulldog reigns supreme in New York City.
The small but mighty Yorkshire Terrier -- once New York City's top dog - continues to fall out of favor with New Yorkers, dropping from sixth to eighth in 2014. Meanwhile, the Rottweiler jumped two spots to land at NYC's sixth most popular breed.
"New York continues to be the city of the Bulldog," said AKC Vice President Gina DiNardo. "Whether the adorable Frenchie or its sweet Bulldog cousin, these mild-tempered companions make great pets for a variety of city dwellers."
Here are the top 10 dog breeds in NYC. To see the list of most popular breeds nationwide, click here.
1. French Bulldog
3. Labrador Retriever
4. German Shepherd
5. Golden Retriever
8. Yorkshire Terrier
10. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
True to the diversity of NYC, there were notable favorites among the city's distinct neighborhoods:
-- Astoria: Bulldog
-- Washington Heights: Italian Greyhound
-- Upper West Side: Labrador Retriever
-- Upper East Side: Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
-- Tribeca: French Bulldog
-- Riverdale: Yorkshire Terrier
-- Park Slope: French Bulldog
-- New Dorp: German Shepherd Dog
-- Murray Hill: French Bulldog
-- Financial District: French Bulldog
-- East Village: French Bulldog
-- Chelsea: French Bulldog