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Labrador Retriever Is Once Again America’s Most Popular Dog

Labrador Retriever Most Popular Dog | Tampa Bay Animal Hospitals

On Feb. 22, the American Kennel Club (AKC) announced that, according to its 2015 registration statistics, Labrador retrievers are once again the most popular dogs in America. This is the 25th consecutive year they have had the top spot, claiming it in 56 percent of states.

Other dog breeds in the top five, all of which continue to claim their spots, include the German shepherd (2nd), the golden retriever (3rd), the bulldog (4th), and the beagle (5th).

The complete list of winners, along with information about who fell to the bottom and rose to the top, is available in the AKC’s related infographic.

Labrador Retriever Rescue

Looking for a new pet? We work hand-in-hand with the Lab Rescue of Florida. While we provide ‘at cost’ veterinary care for this and several other rescue groups, we support their mission and feel confident that you will be pleased to ‘rescue’ one of these beautiful dogs!

 

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May 25, 2020

Tampa Bay Animal Hospitals adjust to providing care during Phase 1 re-opening of Florida during human coronavirus COVID-19 with continued Curbside Service, Telehealth, Mobile Services, Elective Procedures and More.

The health and safety of our clients and staff is of utmost importance as we continue to provide the best care possible to pets.

We remain committed to caring for our patients and meeting their health care needs in the safest and best way possible. Be assured that we continue to follow CDC guidelines and federal, state and local recommendations for practicing social distancing. We have established a phased plan to resume normal services to see our patients for healthy pet exams, all procedures and surgeries and urgent care needs.

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