The dogs on the list below tend to have longer life spans and are also free from some common diseases.
These dogs usually live 10 to 15 years and generally do not have any major health problems.
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On average, representatives of the breed live from 12 to 16 years. The problem that the owner of an overly active pet may face is diseases of the joints and ligaments. But they can be prevented by controlling the dog’s activity.
These miniature dogs are real centenarians: their average life expectancy is from 12 to 20 years. At the same time, they are quite healthy and, with proper care, will not require frequent visits to doctors.
These greyhounds usually live 10 to 13 years. True, it is worth paying special attention to how your pet eats: if he does it too quickly, he risks getting stomach torsion. But this is the only serious problem that this breed has a predisposition to.
If you do not overfeed a representative of this breed, then he should not have any serious health problems. On average, dachshunds live from 12 to 16 years.
These dogs can live up to 18 years, which is an excellent result for a large variety of the breed. True, there is a risk that with age they may begin problems with the joints. But otherwise they are healthy dogs that do not have any specific problems.
On average, these small dogs live up to 16 years and do not have diseases characteristic of this particular breed. Only occasionally can there be hereditary deafness.
Representatives of the breed on average live from 12 to 16 years. And with proper care, as well as with sufficient physical activity, they do not face serious diseases.
These energetic dogs need plenty of activity throughout the day to be healthy and keep their owner happy for 12 to 14 years.
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Because cross-breed dogs have a wider gene pool than dogs of any particular breed, they are less likely to experience hereditary or genetic problems.
These cute silent people live up to 14 years on average and have no specific health problems.
The average life span of this breed is 10 to 16 years. True, due to the structure of the muzzle, these dogs may have breathing problems.
Healthiest dog breeds from left to right: Beagle, Australian Cattle Dog, Chihuahua, Greyhound, Dachshund, Poodle, Havanese, Siberian Husky, German Pinscher, Basenji, Shih Tzu