These breeds of dogs live the longest


The life span of a dog is influenced by numerous factors, from satisfactory conditions, care and hygiene to a healthy diet and the amount of physical activity.

According to Rover, here are some ways you can influence your dog’s longevity:

– feed him healthy – make sure he moves enough – entertain his mind with stimulating games – brush their teeth regularly – visit the vet – take care of his hygiene and cut and brush his hair regularly – make sure he does not come into contact with dangerous objects and things.

However, race also plays a role. Some dogs have genes written in their genes that have a chance of living longer than others. Here are the ones.

1. Maltese

These small, white dogs usually live to be 15 years old. Paw Leaks says the oldest Maltese has lived to be 20 years old.

2. Beagle

A typical beagle lives 15 to 20 years. CesarsWay says the oldest living beagle died in 2009 at the age of 27.

3. Dachshund

Miniature dachshunds live 12 to 16 years, and usually 12 to 14. The oldest living dachshund was Chanel, he lived to be 21 years old. He entered the Guinness Book of Records.

4. Kokapu

It is not uncommon for a healthy kokapu to celebrate his 13th birthday. This breed, created by crossing cocker spaniels and poodles, usually lives 10 to 14 years.

5. And with

Dogs known for their long hair, which belong to the Shih Tzu breed, live an average of 12 to 16 years.

Longer breeds also include toy poodles (12 to 18 years old), Yorkshire terriers (13 to 16 years old), Pomeranians (12 to 16 years old), chihuahuas (12 to 20 years old) and shiba inu (12 to 15 years old).

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