Golden Retrievers, German Shepherds, and Chihuahuas are among the most popular dog breeds on TikTok, new research has shown.
With more people looking for mood-boosting content for dogs than ever before, a report from Money.co.uk found that there have been a whopping 120 billion views of dog videos since the social media app launched. From funny clips to heartwarming stories, it seems like we all love to see adorable pups all over the world.
While each breed is wonderful in its own way, the lovable Golden Retriever was found to be one of the most watched on TikTok, garnering an impressive 9.2 billion views across the platform. In second place with 4.3 billion views is the German Shepherd, while Chihuahuas (4.1 billion), Pugs (3.6 billion) and Rottweilers (3.2 billion) completed the top 5.
Huskies made the list too
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“The TikTok video sharing app has become hugely popular in recent years and millions of people use the app to get their favorite internet product – cute dog videos – every day,” said the Money.co.uk team. “In fact, dog videos have been viewed billions of times on TikTok to date, but it appears that some dog breeds are far more popular than others on the social media site.”
See the full results below …
The 20 most popular dog breeds on TikTok
- Golden Retriever (9.2 billion views)
- German Shepherd Dog (4.3 billion)
- Chihuahua (4.1 billion)
- Pug (3.6 billion)
- Rottweiler (3.2 billion)
- Pomerania (3.1 billion)
- French Bulldog (2.8 billion)
- Labrador (2.6 billion)
- Poodle (2 billion)
- Great Dane (1.7 billion)
- Siberian Husky (1.4 billion)
- Samoyed (1.2 billion)
- Border Collie (1 billion)
- Sprollie (872 million)
- Beagle (737 million)
- Chow Chow (617 million)
- Shih Tzu (600 million)
- Australian Shepherd (515 million)
- Newfoundland (511 million)
- Bernese Mountain Dog (409 million)
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