Terriers In Demand: Here are the UK's 11 most popular breeds of adorable and snuggly Terrier

Staffordshire Bull Terrier It's clear who the king among Terriers is: the Staffordshire Bull Terrier had 7,499 registered Terriers in 2021, an increase of just 5,010 last year.

Border Terrier The Border Terrier was named after the border where it was first raised in England and Scotland. Last year, 5,950 Border Terriers were registered.

Bull Terrier The Bull Terrier was another big success story in the past year. There was a 62% increase in registrations, from 1,502 to 2,431.

West Highland Terrier The West Highland Terrier was the fourth most popular breed in terriers after 1,445 registrations to the Kennel Club in 2021.

Airedale Terrier Named after the River Aire Valley in Yorkshire where it was first bred. Last year, 817 Airedale Terrier registered.

Scottish Terrier The Scottish Terrier, also known as the Scottie dog or the Scottie, had 656 registrations by 2021 - an increase of 466 in 2020.

Wire Fox Terrier The Wire Fox Terrier was first bred in 19th-century Britain. Last year, 623 new registrations were made for the Terrier.

Cairn Terrier Its name comes from its original purpose to chase and hunt quarry between the cairns in its native Scottish Highlands. Last year, 498 Cairn Terrier puppies were registered.

Norfolk Terrier The Norfolk Terrier was only recognized as a distinct breed in 1964. However, it is growing in popularity - 490 registrations in 2021 are more than 358 in the previous year.

Bedlington Terrier The original breed was bred for hunting, but the Bedlington Terrier can also be used as a companion dog and in other dog sports. Last year, there were 463 registered with Kennel Club.

Irish Terrier The Irish Terrier is one of the oldest breeds of terrier in the world. 457 Irish Terriers were registered last year.