With dog breeds being increasingly popular in cities, some dog lovers are looking to find a dog that suits their needs and their lifestyle.

The latest breed to be linked to a trend is the poodle.

With its large ears, long ears and a fluffy coat, the poodles are one of the most popular breeds around.

While many of these breeds are very popular with pet owners, they are not a popular choice for home owners.

In fact, according to research conducted by pet consultancy Kato Research, only 37 per cent of respondents to a survey of dog owners said that they would consider purchasing a poodle for their dog.

Another breed that has been trending in popularity in the UK is the Doberman Pinscher.

The breed was first introduced in the US in 1972 and is a pug and a terrier in the same family.

Although the breed has been around for nearly 50 years, the popularity of the breed is slowly increasing in the country.

While it is still a bit of a rarity to see one in the wild, there are more than 40,000 Dobermans roaming the country and there are about 8,000 in the Guinness Book of World Records.

The trend has been helped by the introduction of the microchip, a chip that has become a big trend for pet owners.

This means that people can now check their pet’s genetic history at a chip shop or through a genetic counselor.

While this is a good thing for the environment, the fact that it’s a new technology has also led to a rise in pet theft.

With people stealing pets for personal use, the increase in thefts of pets could be a big problem for the animals that are being used for research.

The best way to avoid pet theft is to be smart about when you pick a dog.

There are many different breeds out there and the ones that seem to be the most fashionable are the Dachshunds, Beagles, and even the Border Collies.

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