The only pup to seriously challenge the Labrador Retriever's hold on the dog owners of Britain is the French Bulldog.
It's perhaps no surprise that the loving Labrador Retriever leads this list of the most in-demand puppies - it's the world's most popular dog.
Taking the final podium spot when it comes to puppy popularity is the Cocker Spaniel. Like the Labrador, they are a gun dog - by far the UK's most popular breed group.
Just a place behind their close Cocker cousins is the Springer Spaniel. They were bred to flush out and retrieve game during hunts.
Rounding out the top five is the delightfully wrinkly Bulldog - also known as the English Bulldog or British Bulldog.
The willful but adorable Dachshund has proved popular this year. Brits particularly like the miniature smooth-coated type of sausage dog.
Sharing the majority of the positive traits that make their close relative the Labrador such a popular family pet, the Golden Retriever is rarely left out of lists of top dogs.
The Staffordshire Bull Terrier, or 'Staffy', may only just have made the list, but they are the breed that have grown in popularity the most so are likely to feature even higher in future years.
The brave, loyal and intelligent German Shepherd takes eighth spot. Not only do they make wonderful family pets.
Completing the top 10 is the cute Pug. Originally from China, they make excellent lap dogs and are a relatively low-maintenance breed.