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Not only is the human population exploding; the canine population is exploding as well. There are about 25 million dogs in the United States. More than 4 million of these are registered purebreds. Throughout the world there are about 225 well-defined breeds of dogs, but only 115 of these are recognized by the American Kennel Club.
In 1915 there was one pureblooded dog to every 300 people; in 1949, one to every 75; and in 1967, one to every 22.
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At the present time it is estimated that there is at least one pureblooded dog to every 5 to 6 households, and figuring in the mixed breeds and mongrels, I would estimate there is at least one dog to every 3 to 4 households. A recent survey has shown that 26 percent of all U.S.
Households have one dog, 10 percent have a dog and-a cat, and 9 percent have a cat only. Over 8 percent of all U.S. householders have 2 or more dogs.
Canine longevity has been extended to an average of 10 to.