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Which dog breed do Californians Google more than any other state?

It’s not Pomeranian, Shiba Inu or Daschund—the dog that Californians apparently search for in Google more than any other state is the Korean Jindo.

Real estate company Estately released this report after running hundreds of dog breeds through Google Trends. Its final list does not represent what breed each state Googles the most, but instead shows the dog breeds each state Googles more frequently than the rest of the country.

The Korean Jindo is an unusual pick, as they’re not known for being easy dogs to manage (perhaps justifying why they’re Googled so often). An old South Korean breed, the Jindo are known for their stellar guard dog abilities, intelligence and high energy.

Other fun discoveries from the data analysis: American Bulldogs are googled by Floridians more than any other state, Arizona seems to have an interest in Mexican Hairless Dogs, and Texas has a penchant for Teddy Roosevelt Terriers.dogs

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