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.
These Are the Most Popular Dog Breeds Now – Discovery News
Labrador retrievers are still America’s top dog, the country’s most popular breed for the 25th consecutive year, according to the American Kennel Club.
The AKC’s new list of top breeds reveals some shakeups from prior years, though. French bulldogs have moved from the […]
What are New York state's most popular pet breeds? – Albany Times Union
Mixed breeds, designer dogs and Yorkies are New York's most popular dog breeds, according to Pets Best Insurance Services.
According to the insurance company's records of its clients, New York dog owners tend to choose smaller dog breeds compared to other states.
Cats are a popular […]
The World's Best Dogs, According To Math – Co.Design
London-based data journalist and information designer David McCandless has created some of the most thought-provoking data visualizations of the past few years. Now, he turns his hand to a decidedly more lighthearted (but every bit as important) topic: What dog breed is quantitatively […]