The Top 10 Dog Breeds With The Lowest Lifespan

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Preferring cool climates, Bernese Mountain Dogs are gentle and get along with other animals, needing regular grooming.

Bernese Mountain Dog (6-8 Years)

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Gentle giants, Great Danes are good with kids but have limits. They need socialization and gentle handling.

Great Dane (6-8 Years)

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Fast and fearless hunters, Irish Wolfhounds are protective yet gentle with family and strangers when trained.

Irish Wolfhound (7-9 Years)

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Stubborn but loving, Bullmastiffs need firm training. They're protective and loyal despite their snorting and farting tendencies.

Bullmastiff (7-10 Years)

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Robust and loyal workers, they require exercise and thrive in family settings. Destructive when bored, they need stimulation.

Greater Swiss Mountain Dog (8-10 Years)

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Independent and low-maintenance, Shar-Peis enjoy solitude but need regular brushing. They're not overly active but enjoy walks.

Shar-Pei (8-10 Years)

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Playful yet protective, Newfoundlands need grooming for their thick coats. They're trainable and gentle with a powerful build.

Newfoundland (8-10 Years)

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Bred for work, they thrive with daily tasks and outdoor exercise. They're loyal and fit into family life with proper activity.

Swiss Mountain Dog (8-10 Years)

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Gentle giants, Saint Bernards are good with kids and other animals, needing minimal exercise and enjoying home life.

Saint Bernard (8-11 Years)

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Shelties are active and friendly, but their long hair means frequent shedding. They're great with kids but need supervision around smaller pets.

Shetland Sheepdog (8-12 Years)

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