Nose to nose

English bulldog Cassidy, left, 3, of Smithtown, N.Y., and French bulldog puppy Snowman, 12 weeks, of Boston, face each other during a news conference on Friday in New York. The French bulldog has climbed in the rankings to become the nation's 11th-most popular purebred after its numbers more than quadrupled in the last 10 years. However, the Labrador retriever remains the nation's most popular dog breed for a 23rd year in a row, the American Kennel Club announced Friday. That's the longest any breed has been top dog since the organization's 1884 founding.
English bulldog Cassidy, left, 3, of Smithtown, N.Y., and French bulldog puppy Snowman, 12 weeks, of Boston, face each other during a news conference on Friday in New York. The French bulldog has climbed in the rankings to become the nation's 11th-most popular purebred after its numbers more than quadrupled in the last 10 years. However, the Labrador retriever remains the nation's most popular dog breed for a 23rd year in a row, the American Kennel Club announced Friday. That's the longest any breed has been top dog since the organization's 1884 founding. Bebeto Matthews/AP photo

English bulldog Cassidy, left, 3, of Smithtown, N.Y., and French bulldog puppy Snowman, 12 weeks, of Boston, face each other during a news conference on Friday in New York. The French bulldog has climbed in the rankings to become the nation's 11th-most popular purebred after its numbers more than quadrupled in the last 10 years. However, the Labrador retriever remains the nation's most popular dog breed for a 23rd year in a row, the American Kennel Club announced Friday. That's the longest any breed has been top dog since the organization's 1884 founding.

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