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The 7 Longest Living Dog Breeds

Tibetan spaniel

Tibetan spaniels were originally bred to guard monasteries. This dog's flat, silky coat and "lion's mane" around the neck make it a close, worshipful companion.


Poodles are enthusiastic, athletic, and wickedly smart. Poodles come in regular, miniature, and toy sizes.


Royals and commoners love the Pomeranian, a 7-pound dog with a big-dog attitude. Pomeranians are good watchdogs and energetic pets for households with youngsters.

Miniature schnauzer

Miniature schnauzers are healthy, long-lived, and low-shedding. This breed is smart, sociable, and trainable, but it can also patrol acres of farmland.

Miniature pinscher

This high-stepping "hackney" toy breed is proud, fearless, and fun-loving. Fearlessness, self-possession, and spirit are other attributes.

Manchester terrier

Manchester, England, is where the Manchester terrier originated. These energetic canines come in two sizes: normal (22 pounds) and toy (12 pounds).

Italian greyhound

Italian greyhounds are alert, energetic, and affectionate toys. They are lapdogs with aristocratic hound sophistication.

Boston terrier

"The American Gentleman" is the breed's moniker. They are robust but portable, people-oriented, and like city walks, making them wonderful city dogs.

Australian terrier

These little dogs are long-lived, friendly, and easy to teach. This little breed loves to watch.

Toy Manchester terrier

Toy Manchester terriers are little but spirited. These canines can spend 20 years entertaining their owners by snuggling or pursuing small prey.

Bichon frise

White hypoallergenic coats make the breed ideal for allergy sufferers. Bichons love kids, other dogs, and people.

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