The most common asked question by dog lovers is "How long will my dog live?” The reason is completely obvious as the dogs do not live so long. This article speaks about the 7 shortest living dog breeds in the world.
This dog breed is on the top of this list as its average lifespan is 5-8 years. The French Mastiffs are companionable, loyal, courageous, and devoted. Being so large breed, this makes its life so short, as this breed is one of the biggest in the world. Common Health Problems In French Mastiffs -They Have a serious condition because of their large size, their stomachs become swollen if there is any air! -They also have Hip dysplasia, which leads to lameness, and causes severe pain. -They also have a disease in their eyes.
This dog breed, that is originated in Switzerland, is so big and nice. The most common color of the Bernese mountain dog is black and white. The mountain dogs have rust colored markings on front legs, mouth, and eyes. Their ears are triangular in shape, and tail is carried down. Their weight ups to 50 kg, and their weight ranges between 24-inches. They are so friendly and nice with kids and the other pets. Unfortunately, the average life span of this breed ranges between 6-8 years. Common Heath Problems Found In Bernese Mountain Dog -SAS or Subvalvular aortic stenosis: it is congenital heart problem, that leads to obstruction to the blood. -Elbow dysplasia, which is a common problem in this breed. -Histiocytic sarcoma: which a bad cancer that leads to abnormal reproduction of histiocytic immune cells. This cancer affects lungs, skin, and bones.
This breed is the tallest breed in the world, its height reaches 36 inches for the Great Dane, that is full grown, whose weight is about 198 lb. The Great Dane is so cute, confident, devoted, loving, and gentle. Their average lifespan is 6-8 years. Some Problems in Health Found In Great Danes -The most dangerous disease that affects the Great Danes is Bloat. -An aggressive cancer, that develops in the osteoblast cells, called Osteosarcoma. -A dangerous neurological disease called Wobbler’s syndrome, that affects the large dogs.
The Irish Wolfhound, that heights up to 35 inches, is one of the tallest dogs in the world. The Irish wolfhound, that is loyal, sweet-tempered, generous, and patient, is used as a hunting dog. They love kids, but unfortunately their lives ranges between 6-10 years. Common Health Problems Found In Irish Wolfhounds -They also have Hip dysplasia, which leads to lameness, and causes severe pain. -They have a common heart disease called Cardiomyopathy, that causes the muscles of the heart to become enlarged.
This breed is so tall with beautiful silk coat and distinctive long head. There are many colors of this dog breed such as fawn, red, cream, white, and black. Unfortunately, this nice, gentle dog breed does not live so long, its average lifespan ranges between 7-10 years. Common Health Problems Found In Borzois -DCM or dilated cardiomyopathy, which is a main hear problem that affects contraction and blood pumping. -An aggressive cancer, that develops in the osteoblast cells, called Osteosarcoma. -Gastrointestinal syndrome, a life threatening, that is found in borzois in a common way.
This breed is an alert, fearless, obedient dog, who can be a good guard dog. But the problem is that they’d listen to you, only if they are well-trained. Rottweilers can take actions against any stranger, but you have to make sure that your Rottweiler is well-trained. Unfortunately, the average life span of this breed ranges between 8-10 years. Common Health Problems In Rottweilers -Rottweilers generally die because of the bone cancer. But there are also many types of cancer such as melanoma, histiocytic sarcoma, and lymphosarcoma. -A serious heart called subaortic stenosis that causes obstruction to the blood flow.
If you want the best guard dog, you have to choose the Bullmastiff, that has strong protective instincts and intimidating look. If you train your Bullmastiff properly, they can also get along well with the kids. This breed can easily distinguish between bad and good persons, as they are sociable. A fully-grown male bullmastiff weighs up to 60 kg, and heights up to approximately 70 cm, so having one of this breed is a perfect idea. Unfortunately, the average life span of this breed ranges between 8-10 years. Common Health Problems Found In Bullmastiffs -A deadly cancer called Hemangiosarcoma, that affects the surface of blood vessels. -Another problem in the hearts of the Bullmastiffs called Cardiomyopathy.