Canines With the Most Disappointingly Low Life Expectancy 

Although heredity does play a role in determining how long we live, illnesses, most notably cancer, are now known to be the leading cause of premature death. 

An extensive study conducted in 1999 found that out of more than 3,000 canines studied, just 8% lived beyond  

the age of 15 due to natural causes, and the average lifespan was 12 years and 8 months. 

A large dog that is happy with moderate exercise, the "DDB" is an ideal apartment pet. 

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They make great watchdogs since they are brave and protective. 

Their amiability and early teaching are also vital in warding off aggression. 

The significance of safe handling and training is further highlighted by the fact that, due to their large size, they pose a risk of unintended harm to persons. 

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