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Offbeat The Australian Shepherd Always The French Preferred Dog

15:50  20 january  2022
15:50  20 january  2022 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Pour la première fois depuis la création du LOF en 1885, le palier des 250 000 inscriptions de chiots de race a été franchi en 2021. © David Tran / Fotolia For the first time since the creation of the LOF in 1885, the landing of the 250,000 puppy puppy inscriptions was crossed in 2021.

the Central Society Canine who manages the LOF (French Origin Book) announced this Thursday, January 20 that the Australian Shepherd remained at the top of the preferred breed dog rankings.

The Australian Shepherd, Chouchou of the French since 2018, retains its place of number 1 in classification 2021 of the French preferred breed dogs, announced this Thursday, January 20, the Central Canine society that manages the LOF (book of French origins). The Australian Shepherd, native to the American West, with a brown, blue, green or amber eye almond eyes is renowned smart, affectionate and active.

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with 20 449 LOF inscriptions, an increase 22% from 2020 (16,782 registrations). "These figures reflect the vitality and diversity of French canine farming, but also its reliability, an element essential to the acquisition of a pet nowadays" , commented on the canine plant.

France, the third country of the world in terms of breed dogs

absent from the podium since 2016, the Golden Retriever makes its return by occupying the second step of the podium with 14,444 LOF enrollments, an increase of 20% compared. At 2020 year during which 12,060 registrations were recorded. He takes the place in the hearts of the French of the Staffordshire Bull Terrier or "Staffie", which leaves for the first time since 2018 the head trio, arriving at the fourth place with 13,324 inscriptions.

As for the Belgian Shepherd, it retains its third position with 13,542 LOF registrations, up 12%. In 2020, 12,144 registrations were recorded.

and according to the canine power plant, for the first time since the creation of the LOF in 1885, the landing of the 250,000 puppy puppy inscriptions was crossed in 2021 with 276 506 LOF recordings of 298 different breeds, an increase of 13 % vs. 245 553 registrations in 2020.

with an estimated livestock at about 2.5 million individuals, France is the third country in the world that counts the most breed dogs on its territory, behind Russia number 1 and the Japan in number 2.

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