Shortest living Dog Breeds || Top 10 dog breeds with the shortest lifespan

A dog with an extremely high prey drive, the
“Royal Dog of Scotland” is active as a puppy, but by 3 to 5 years of age, he transforms
into a couch potato. According to Pet Premium Pet Health Insurance
, the Rottie is the most expensive dog breed to own. A strong dog with an energy levelthat fluctuates
from couch potato to whirlwind, this is a pooch who requires a large fenced yard. A big dog who can weigh up to 180 pounds,
the Saint Bernard is most famous for rescuing humans from the frigid wind and snow of the
Swiss Alps. The breed was also featured in an unflattering
light in the Stephen King novel, Cujo. Named after the Canadian province , the Newfoundland
is an equal companion and worker. The Newfie is an apt pupil, strong, confident
swimmer, and natural babysitter (this breed was featured as a nanny in Peter Panby the
name of Nana). A low-energypooch who adapts well to most
home environments, but his size makes him best suited to a house with a fenced yard. Great Danes are big animals — as in they
hold Guinness World Recordsfor being the tallest dog. They’re also sweet, loyal companions who
love to play. The Swissie excels in dog sports — such
as weight pulling and agility — characteristics from his heritage as an all-around working
dog, including standing guard, herding cattle, and pulling carts. With roots dating back 5,000 years, this mammoth
pooch can weigh up to 220 pounds — in fact, it’s it his sizethat contributes to his
short lifespan. Originating from Ireland, the Irish Wolfhound
is another big dog whose life is curtailed due to his massive size. During that lifespan, he’s sure to fill
his owner’s days with admiration, love, and plenty of sloppy kisses. The Berner is known for his wonderful temperament
and being intelligent , eager to please, affectionate, and loyal. Due to the breed’s small gene pool, the
BMD has unfortunately been plagued by numerous health problems related to inbreeding, and
it struggles to survive today.

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6 Responses

  1. The Autumn Skye Show says:

    this is sad

  2. lowrydin says:

    When I was really little, back in the mid 80's I had a stuffed animal that looks exactly like the Bernese Mountain dog. It had a mini barrel around it's neck.

  3. flee g fleas jackul says:

    my rotweller is 10

  4. Christopher Darden says:

    my dog is a rott weiler that is 11.5 years old

  5. Jack Annable says:

    My Rottweiler is almost 11 and is in good health. Feed your dogs a raw ketogenic carnivore diet and add years to their lives.

  6. Rob Garry says:

    My Great Dane is 1

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