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Old 11-14-2023, 05:03 AM   #1  
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Default How many years does a dog live?

How many years does a dog live? This may be the question of many people who keep this lovely animal. The deep relationship between humans and these animals makes many people worry about their dog's lifespan. Thinking about how long a dog can live with humans may be a bit bittersweet; But it is a fact that should be kept in mind. The lifespan of dogs varies according to various factors, and for this reason, you should know these factors and take care of the dog based on them. In today's article, we will discuss how many years a dog lives?
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My dog has been alive for 14 years, I see how he has aged and one thought that he may die soon drives me crazy, he is a part of my soul
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It depends on the breed mostly.
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It depends on the breed mostly.
I agree. I had a Cane Corso. This breed's life expectancy is approximately 8 years. And my dog really lived only for 8 years, though I monitored her nutrition, treated all her allergies with apoquel for dogs, trained her, went for long walks, took her to the vet on time, etc. It was a great dog...
But it has to be noted, that most dogs can live longer with a proper diet and care. I mean, if the life expectancy of the chosen breed is 10-13 years, with a proper approach, your dog will live at least 13 years.

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I have found that small breeds live longer than large ones. I always have small dogs. One lived to 19, one to 17, the shortest one was 8 years but he got cancer. Others have lived an average of 14-15 years.
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