Whistle, a company that makes GPS and activity-tracking collars for dogs, teamed up with Business Insider to find the dog breeds that are most likely to run away from home.
Roughly 150,000 Americans use their products, which include a setting that enables owners to start a “tracking event” in the case that their dog has run away. Once the setting is initiated the collar is able to help locate the dog through real-time GPS. By utilizing data from this feature they were able to find the dog breeds that run away the most.
While the data set isn’t totally conclusive, below are the top 15 dog breeds that run away the most.