Here's A Map Showing SF's Most Popular Dog Breeds By Neighborhood

The Labrador Retriever is San Francisco's top dog, according to a new ranking of the city's most popular pups in 2014 by the American Kennel Club.

The above map shows the diversity of San Francisco's favorite dogs across six neighborhoods based on information from the AKC, but it turns out Labs dominated the city in 2014 just like they did nationally, fetching first place on AKC's overall ranking as well. In San Francisco, Labs were followed by the French Bulldog, which was NYC's runaway favorite, and the Golden Retriever took third place. The Pembroke Welsh Corgi shook up the rankings by climbing into the Top 5 at the No. 4 spot, just ahead of the Poodle, according to AKC. 

As seen in the map, folks in Nob Hill favored the Bullmastiff, while SoMa and Potrero Hill went for Frenchies, and the Castro is just bustling with Golden Retrievers. Pacific Heights and "NoPa" (or for actual locals, Western Addition) followed the city's overall trend favoring Labs.

Here's the full AKC 2014 ranking for San Francisco:

1. Labrador Retriever
2. French Bulldog
3. Golden Retriever
4. Pemroke Welsh Corgi
5. Poodle

And here are San Francisco's top dogs in 2013:

1. Labrador Retriever
2. Golden Retriever
3. French Bulldog
4. Bernese Mountain Dog
5. Bulldog

Tony Merevick is Cities News Editor at Thrillist and can't wait to get a Frenchie someday, like a true New Yorker. Follow him on Twitter at @tonymerevick