If you welcome these breeds of dog into your home you should keep an eye on your new pet's waistline.

Chubby Dogs: Here are the 10 breeds of adorable dog that can easily become fat - including the loving Labrador Retriever 🐶

Some dog breeds just love their food so need their families to make sure they don’t pile on the puppy pounds.

More of us than ever before have welcomed a new four-legged friend into our homes in the last few years, as there has bee a huge increase in demand for puppies.

And the extent of that soaring in demand has been shown by the latest registrations statistics from the UK Kennel Club, up nearly 40 per cent from 250,649 in 2020 to 349,013 in 2021.

There are a whopping 221 different breeds of pedigree dog to choose from, alongside numerous crossbreeds, so there’s plenty of thinking to do before you select your family’s latest addition.

Our lifestyle has a huge bearing on which type of dog will work best for us – if you have limited space you might want to look at small dogs, while the more elderly pet owner should place certain breeds at the top of their wishlist.

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Meanwhile, certain breeds have particular attributes which mean that they need a little extra looking after, including some dogs that are predisposed to putting on weight and becoming unhealthy.

These dogs just don’t know when they are full, so careful portion control, ensuring they aren’t able to steal food, and regular weigh-ins are key to them living long and healthy lives.

Here are the 10 greediest breeds of dog, according to the American Kennel Club.

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