A History of the Longevity of Dog Breeds

Their substantially longer life expectancy is a result of their strong constitution and excellent health. 

Tibetan Spaniels, renowned for their amiable and vigilant nature, usually live between twelve and fifteen years.  

The substantially higher life expectancy of these little but powerful 

canines is attributed, in part, to their stellar reputation for health. 

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The typical lifespan of a Maltese dog—a breed known for its graceful white coat—is twelve to fifteen years. 

Because of their elegant build, Italian Greyhounds typically live between thirteen and fifteen years. 

The average lifespan of a Siberian Huskie, a breed famous for its kind nature and striking good looks, is 12–14 years. 

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