25 longest lived Dog Breeds

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The harsh reality is that our best friends life span is around 25% of ours so the tribute to our furry friends here is a list of the 25 longest lived Dog Breeds ranging from pure breeds to famous mixes.

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25. Pomeranian

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Pomeranians are an animated toy breed that come from the region of Pomerania (now present-day Germany/Poland). They became popular in 1888 when Queen Victoria fell in love with a Pomeranian in Florence, Italy, and brought it back to England.

Maximum Life Expectancy: 16 Years

Average Life Expectancy: 14 Years
24. Coton de Tulear

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These sweet white dogs date back to the 15th century in Madagascar’s city of Tulear. When the French colonized Madagascar, they fell in love with the human-oriented pups and brought them back to Europe.

Maximum Life Expectancy: 16 Years

Average Life Expectancy: 15 Years

23. Toy Manchester Terrier

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Originating from the Black and Tan Terrier, these tiny dogs were bred to hunt rats and other vermin. They’re extremely smart and loyal and are good watch dogs (though a bit neurotic).

Maximum Life Expectancy: 16 years

Average Life Expectancy: 15 years

22. (Scotch/Scottish) Collie

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These intelligent drover dogs were bred to herd sheep and cattle in the Scottish highlands. They are a devoted family dog, have no “doggie odor,” and require daily walks.

Maximum Life Expectancy: 16 Years

Average Life Expectancy: 15 Years

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