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The preferred, funniest and naughty dog ​​breeds in response to your social media reactions

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The most popular, funniest, and naughty dogs on the internet have been revealed in a new study.

Money.co.uk experts analyzed social media reactions to determine which races are “the most popular, funniest, naughty and destructive”.

The study looked at emoji responses to all online posts about pets over the past year to see which breeds make most people smile, laugh, or cry.

It then analyzed thousands of posts by owners on petforums.co.uk to determine which breeds are causing the greatest havoc in their owner’s home.

The study found that golden retrievers are the “most popular” pet online, with an average of 222 love reactions per online post and the most total number of posts, with 4.4 million in the last year alone.

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The study looked at emoji responses to all online posts about pets over the past year to see which breeds make most people smile, laugh, or cry.

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Great Danes conjure up the sad face emojis whose doggy eyes get the sympathy voice online, while Labradoodles and their owners get into trouble the most with 79 reactions per post.

According to the thousands of posts by owners on petforums.co.uk analyzed for mentions of various types of destruction alongside specific breeds, the Staffordshire Bull Terriers are the most clumsy breed, with 1 in 20 mentions of broken phones, plant pots, jars and more including the Race.

Labradors are most likely to use your carpet as a toilet, with more toilet training issues mentioned than any other breed.

Mentions of chewed baseboards, couches, and other household items are common with Collie owners, as is the total destruction of property.

In the garden, it’s the Shih Tzu digging up your favorite flower bed.

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A spokesperson for money.co.uk said: “We have collected over 20,000 pet owner reviews at petforums.co.uk and analyzed each one for mentions of specific breeds and descriptive words for harm to find out which breed was mentioned the most, and therefore , the most destructive.

“We then divided the mentions of the breed into specific types of harm by including household items such as ‘chew’ and ‘small’ alongside household items to reveal the breeds that were causing each type of harm.

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“To identify the most popular pets on the internet, we used the social listening tool Buzzsumo to analyze the number of reactions each breed received to all posts in the last year, and this by the number of posts divided across the race to get the average number of each type of response per social post. “