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By Lynn Hayner | Posted: October 10, 2014, 6 a.m. PST

Individual dogs may like or dislike dog parks, but if you’re a fan (yep, it’s a great place to pick up a date)), which breeds are most likely to share your passion? Let’s go straight to our canine sources for the answer to the question: Want to go to a dog park?

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By Kristen Seymour

Some breeds, like Labrador Retrievers, have been popular pets for years, but other breeds (and popular mixed breeds) have moved steadily up the list over the past decade. For example, 10 years ago you might not have even heard of a Cane Corso, but these days you're likely to cross paths with at least one at your dog park or vet's office.

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By Kristen Seymour

Some breeds, like Labrador Retrievers, have been popular pets for years, but other breeds (and popular mixed breeds) have moved steadily up the list over the past decade. For example, 10 years ago you might not have even heard of a Cane Corso, but these days you're likely to cross paths with at least one at your dog park or vet's office.

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By Pet360.com

10 Breeds That Will Keep Your Family Safe10 Breeds That Will Keep Your Family SafeThough it may seem impossible for your wiggly, snuggly pup to sound the alarm in the presence of danger or dutifully stand guard on the threshold of your home, some breeds were developed to protect their owners and keep their families safe.

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