Top Dogs for Good Health

The moderately active, medium-sized beagle lives 10–15 years and is known for its strong sense of smell and hunting ability. Health is typical for beagles. Breed-specific health issues including eye and hip problems commonly affect older dogs.

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Active folks may run or hike with the athletic and clever Australian cattle dog. These breed-specific dogs live 12–16 years with minimal health complications. Their busy lifestyle might cause joint or ligament problems due to wear and strain. However, rest, medicine, or surgery may fix these issues.

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Chihuahuas are little but full of personality and intellect. These little canines sometimes live 20 years or more. They usually live healthy lives. However, the breed may cause heart, eye, and patellar luxation.

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Greyhounds are among the quickest dogs. These dogs live 10–13 years on average. Lifelong health is typical. Like other dogs with deep chests, they may have bloat and gastric torsion if they eat too fast. Monitoring their diet is crucial since this may be fatal.

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Despite their image, poodles are not prissy. Poodles are smart and athletic. The first poodles were hunting dogs. Poodles live longer and healthier than most breeds, 10–18 years. They might develop joint and eye problems.

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The Havanese, Cuba's sole native dog breed, is tiny, clever, simple to teach, and very social. The average Havanese lives 14–16 years. Although healthy, some of these canines might be hereditarily deaf.

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Strong, agile, and full of energy, the Siberian husky is recognized for its sled-pulling strength and endurance. It's perfect for lengthy daily walks, runs, or excursions. These dogs live 12–16 years and are healthy.

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Basenjis are smart, athletic hunting dogs with cat-like personalities. Instead of barking, they yodel and groom like cats. These dogs usually live 13–14 years and don't have many health concerns.

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