Here, Laddy! Chicago ranks 6th in most Irish dog breeds – RedEye Chicago

Irish wolfhounds
By Gwendolyn Purdom RedEye contact the reporter

Turns out Chicago’s Irish population is bigger—and significantly furrier—than we thought. In fact, when it comes to cities with an influx of Celtic canines, a new survey from dog-sitting site Rover.com suggests Chicago is one of the country’s luckiest. The Windy City ranked sixth in the 2015 survey’s list of cities with most Irish dog breeds, behind San Francisco, Boston, New York, Seattle and Los Angeles. In the variety of other St. Patrick’s Day-themed dog-data categories the survey measured, however, we didn’t exactly hit any pots of gold. But hey, at least we still have our setters and wolfhounds, right? Check out more survey results below. 

 Cities with most Irish dog names:

  1. Louisville, KY
  2. Milwaukee, WI
  3. Hartford, CT
  4. Bridgeport, CT
  5. Fort Collins, CO
  6. Nashville, TN
  7. Cleveland, OH
  8. Boston, MA
  9. Raleigh, NC
  10. Phoenix, AZ

 Cities with most Irish dog breeds:

  1. San Francisco, CA
  2. Boston, MA
  3. New York, NY
  4. Seattle, WA
  5. Los Angeles, CA
  6. Chicago, IL
  7. Denver, CO
  8. Phoenix, AZ
  9. Milwaukee, WI
  10. Jacksonville, FL

  Top Irish male dog names:

  1. Cody
  2. Logan
  3. Austin
  4. Owen
  5. Patrick
  6. Liam
  7. Kevin
  8. Connor
  9. Brian
  10. Tristan

 Top Irish female dog names:

  1. Molly
  2. Riley
  3. Fiona
  4. Reagan
  5. Claire
  6. Anna
  7. Kelly
  8. Kennedy
  9. Cassidy
  10. Kara

Top Irish dog names:

1. Lucky

2.Clover

3. Seven

4. Wishbone

5. Charm

Top Irish food & beverage names:

1. Bailey

2. Jameson

3. Guinness

4. Stew

5. Shepherd

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