We all have a basic idea that smaller dogs usually live longer than bigger ones. As per the study made by Banfield Pet Hospital
( Report – 2013 ) puppies weighing up to 19 pounds have an average life of 11.3 years.
Whereas dogs weighing between 20 to 90 pounds range have an average lifespan of 10.8 years. And dogs with more than 90-pound weight only live to the 8 years mark.
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One of the smallest breeds, the chihuahua can live up to 20 years. Image by Kat Roedell from Pixabay
Toy poodles generally tend to stay the longest of all the poodle sorts. approximately 15 to 20 years
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The Lhasa Apso‘s long hair makes it the best hairy friend, within the region of 15 to twenty years. Image by Binay K. Sahoo from Pixabay
Pomeranians stay about 12 to sixteen yearsImage by Couleur from Pixabay
A wholesome Australian shepherd can live up to fifteen years.
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Shih Tzus. Many members of this breed simply stay about 10 years, Image by Elena Rogulina from Pixabay
Welsh corgis. These lively dogs can stay for up to 17 years with the common lifespan being 12 to fifteen years. Image by Pezibear from Pixabay
The Maltese lifespan runs 12 to 15 years. Image by Pezibear from Pixabay
Yorkshire terrier to live anywhere from 17 to 20 years.Image by Pexels from Pixabay
The pug. This historical Chinese breed lives about 12 to fifteen years.Image by Светлана Грачева from Pixabay
Collie. lives long live spanning 12 to 16 years. Image by Jake Hockey from Pixabay
Miniature Schnauzers live to be approximately 14 years.
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Australian cattle dogs. The average lifespan of the breed is 12 to 15 years. Image by 272447 from Pixabay
The Boykin spaniel lives approximately 14 to 16 years. Photo by Mathias P.R. Reding from PexelsPortuguese Podengo These clever hunting hounds can live 12 to fifteen years.
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The Shiba Inu. This fox-like canine can stay as much as approximately 12 to 15 years. Image by JacLou DL from Pixabay
Coton De Tulear could live up to 16 years. Image by roman from Pixabay
Manchester Terrier can be around for the long term — about 14 to 16 years. Image by forth down from Pixabay
Siberian Husky live about 12 to fifteen years.
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Italian greyhounds With an average lifespan of 12 to fifteen years, Image by Pascvii from Pixabay
The Bergamasco lifespan — thirteen to 15 years image by Amorhunter from Pixabay
English Springer Spaniel lives pretty lengthy lives of up to 14 years.
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German pinschers live in common for 12 to 14 years. Photo by Wenn from Pexels
New Guinea Singing Dog lives as much as 15 to twenty yearsImage by Anna Powałowska from Pixabay
Rat terriers live 5 to 18 years. Image by u15487 from Pixabay
Belgian Malinois lives possibly long term: about 14 to 16 years
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This English Foxhound lives for up to 13 years. Image by pattyplex from Pixabay
The Azawakh stay for about 12 to fifteen years. Image by Andrea Fischer from Pixabay
Basenji stays approximately 12 years. Image by 272447 from Pixabay
The labrador retriever life expectancy of approximately 12 to 13Image by Анастасия Третьякова from Pixabay
Pharaoh Hound has a life of approximately 12 to 13Image by JacLou DL from Pixabay
Shetland Sheepdog can live up to 13 years. Image by 272447 from Pixabay
Brittany Spaniel living an average of 12 years.Image by Pezibear from Pixabay
Havanese lives for about 13 years. Image by No-longer-here from Pixabay
Whippets‘ full life expectancy of 13 years.Image by Charlotte Yealey from Pixabay
Ibizan Hound lives for about 12 years. Image by pasja1000 from Pixabay
Samoyed to live about 12 to 14 years.Image by martine552 from Pixabay
Vizsla 12 to 15 years — for a dog of its size.Image by TheOtherKev from Pixabay
Dalmatian they live about 11 to 13 years. Image by Jurijus Petrulis from Pixabay
Irish Setter can live up to 15 years.Image by Elisabetta Bellomi from Pixabay
Saluki average lifespan of 12 to 14 years,