Dogs With The Tragically Shortest Lifespan 

Although genetics play a role in lifespan, diseases—most notably cancer—come to light as the main cause of reduced lifespans.  

A 1999 comprehensive study found that the average lifetime of dogs dying naturally was twelve years and eight months, 

and just eight percent of the three thousand plus dogs in the study lived to be fifteen years or older. 

The "DDB" is a large dog friend who is content with a moderate amount of exercise and is ideal for apartment living.  

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They make good watchdogs because of their bravery and protective nature. 

Furthermore, their early instruction and friendliness are essential in averting antagonism. 

The "DDB" enjoys regular encounters with people and other dogs and thrives in company.  

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