What the Canine Population Means to Humans!
Around the world, there's an impressive number of approximately 900 million dogs.
Of the vast number of dogs, over 471 million are cherished pets, living in homes worldwide.
A significant 75-85% of the global dog population live as free-range dogs, experiencing life without direct human care.
There's a dazzling variety of dog breeds globally, with the number surpassing 340.
The bond is strong in the U.S., where over 69 million dogs live as loving pets.
Brazil's love for dogs shines with its 58.1 million pet dogs, making it one of the leading nations in pet ownership.
Germany, renowned for its love for animals, houses a notable 10.3 million pet dogs.
South Africa's bond with its canine friends is evident with its 9 million pet dogs.
Dominating the global chart, China boasts an astonishing 110 million pet dogs.
Among the multitude of breeds, the Bulldog stands out, capturing hearts as the most popular globally.
The widespread distribution of dogs showcases the universal human-canine bond.
Beyond companionship, dogs have played crucial roles in societies worldwide.
Globally, many organizations work tirelessly to ensure the well-being and safety of dogs.
With growing awareness and love, the bond between humans and dogs only promises to grow stronger in the coming years.