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    As we all know, the life span of dogs is very short compared with that of humans. Most dogs can only live for about 10-16 years. Dogs after the age of 10 belong to the old age. Dogs who can live to the age of 15 can be regarded as the longevity of dogs. Following will introduce some long-lived dogs to you.

    The first kind, Tibetan mastiff. Tibetan mastiff is a native breed of dog in China. To investigate a Tibetan mastiff can live for up to 20 years, which is really very long compared with those dogs that can not live for ten years. However, not all Tibetan Mastiffs can live to 20 years old, and only a small part of them can live to 20 years old.

    Second, Poodle is a kind of dog that looks very noble in appearance, just like their name. Moreover, poodle is also very smart and easy to train, which is very suitable for new parents to raise. As for their life span, most of them were between 13 and 20 years ago. Of course! Most of the poodles can live to be around 15, and a small part can live to be 20. In the third category, dachshund is a very energetic dog with an average age of about 13 years. Although it can’t compare with the first two, it’s also very long-lived.

    The fourth kind, Cocker Spaniel. Cocker Spaniel is like a shrinking golden hair, but their character is closer to husky, that is, they like to bite things randomly. Generally speaking, the life span of a cocker spaniel is about 13 years old. The fifth is that the average age of the dog is about 12 to 15 years old. But there are also data showing that some of them lived to 34 years old.

    The sixth kind, Pekingese dog has a very long history in China, and they are a very precious small dog generally can live to about 13 years old.

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