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Top 10 Dog Breeds That Live The Longest

04 Jun 2016 | by | Posted in: Wag News

Dogs live their life to the fullest. They don’t live as long as we do but once they arrive on this land, they make sure they sniff, chew, bite, piss, poop, dig every single second they can. To honor these wonderful creatures, here’s a list of dogs that live the longest and like all other dogs, spread infinite love.

10. Maltese


Average 15 years

These little balls of fur weigh in just three to four kilograms and happen to have an average life expectancy of about 15 years with the females expected to live a year longer.

9. Beagle


Average 15 years

A cute eared beagle will be your best pal for 12 to 15 years. These pooches are very intelligent and even tempered and weigh in just a stone and a half and live a long life of around 15 which is equivalent to 76 years human years. The oldest Beagle on record passed away in Virginia, in 2009. The beagle, named Butch was 27 years old.

8. Australian Cattle Dog


Average 15 years

This may be the only large sized dog in this list. Australian Cattle dogs are known for their ability to safeguard the herd and do it for a fairly long time. These courageous dogs live an average 15 years.

7. Shih Tzu

shih tzu

Average 15 years

These little toy dogs are very playful and loyal to their human. They weigh in at no more than 12 pounds when fully grown and you can easily cradle a full grown in your arms, although he may not appreciate that! They also happen to live an average of 15 years.

6. Lhasa Apso

lhasa apso

Average 15 years

Originally from Tibet, these awesomely cuddly dogs are light as a feather at just 8 kilograms at max when adults and they will make you go weak in the knees with those aww moments for a lifetime.

5. Cockapoo


Average 16 years

This breed is actually a mix between a Cocker Spaniel and a Poodle. These cuties don’t weigh much and very sociable, active and intelligent breed. Their small stature helps them live a longer active life than most dog breeds.

4. Jack Russell Terrier

jack russell terrier

Average 16 years

This little Sugarpuff defies its size and is a courageous dog breed having its origin known to be in fox hunting. They are fearless and at times a stubborn breed to be with. But one can’t think of getting annoyed with this one, look at those eyes, for god’s sake!!

3. Toy Poodle

toy poodle

Average 16 years

A toy poodle is like the Iphone of dogs; they come in various sizes and colors. A toy poodle is known to be very faithful, intelligent and active. And they also happen to live a long life. Hurray! :D

2. Chihuahua


17 years

Yes, this is the breed that hotel heiress, ‘Paris Hilton’ carries in her handbag. Poor pooch has no choice in that matter. But you do so if you happen to want a little ball of love that will be with you for a long time of loving and cuddling, look no further than this one.

1. New Guinea Singing Dog

new guinea singing dog

18 years

Haven’t heard of the breed? Well, you can’t be blamed as this is one of the rarest breeds to find and only a hundred are kept in captivity in New Papua Guinea, sad. But on the brighter side, these beautiful creatures live a longer life than most in their kingdom, that is something to boast of, right?

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