It's National Puppy Day and we at TheStreet got to thinking. What are the biggest dogs of Wall Street in 2017? 

No, not Bill Ackman's Great Dane Charlie (We kid, we don't really know if Ackman has a dog) or the Neapolitan mastiff that stalks the New York Stock Exchange in downtown Manhattan (again, we kid), but the worst performing stocks we at TheStreet have noticed.

Sure, we've all witnesses the recent pullback in financials like JPMorgan (JPM) - Get Report and other big banks, the current uncertainty hanging over healthcare and biotechnology, and the constant push and pull in the energy markets that have ravaged much of the sector and held down some of the majors such as Exxon (XOM) - Get Report and Chevron (CVX) - Get Report . Not to mention the continued Amazon (AMZN) - Get Report affect that has put some of America's most storied retailers (Macy's (M) - Get Report and Staples (SPLS)  to name a few) in the dog-house.

But who are the biggest losers? Who's doomed to continue running into the closed glass door and who's poised to run wild after the shackles of regulation are lifted?

TheStreet takes a look.