Chihuahuas are one of the smallest dog breeds, and they often live for 14-17 years or even longer with proper care. Their small size can contribute to their longevity.
Dachshunds, known for their long bodies and short legs, can live for 12-16 years on average. They are generally healthy dogs with few major genetic health issues.
Miniature Schnauzers have a lifespan of about 12-15 years. They are generally healthy dogs with a distinctive beard and eyebrows.
Pomeranians, known for their fluffy coats and lively personalities, can live for 12-16 years. Regular grooming and dental care can help extend their lifespan.
Shih Tzus are small dogs with a lifespan of around 10-18 years. They are known for their friendly disposition and low exercise needs.
Australian Shepherds have a relatively long lifespan of 12-15 years. They are intelligent, active dogs that thrive with regular exercise and mental stimulation.
Lhasa Apsos can live for 12-15 years. They are a small breed with a luxurious coat and a friendly but sometimes independent nature.
Jack Russell Terriers have a lifespan of about 13-16 years. They are energetic and agile dogs known for their hunting instincts.