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Dog breeds with least health problems

Each responsible person must to found out about for a dog's breed specific diseases, lifetime and state of health before choosing a dog's breed. One kind of breeds are susceptible to several diseases, others only one or two, but there are some kind of breeds that have less health problems. If dog will get sick dog owner must to take responsibility and to take care of dog. As often as not dogs get sicken for some diseases which can not be predicted. However, before choosing to have a dog check out what kind of diseases are specific for that breed. Here is a list of the dogs, which often, but of course, not always, have less health problems.

1.The Poodles. This breed of dogs mostly have two health issues, cataract and eye diseases. Nevertheless, poodles are very healthy dogs, whose average lifetime are even fifteen years.

2.The Shiba Inu. This breed of dogs are good health, undemanding special care, food or living conditions. Their lifetime average are sixteen years.

3.The Chihuahuas. These dogs are long-lived. Special care requires only their teeth. This breed of dogs may have genetic diseases, such as epilepsy, so choose carefully breeding-ground.

4.The Greyhounds. It is healthy, long-lived breed of dog and has a small number of genetic diseases. The Greyhound have sensitive skin, so you must be very careful before choosing the remedies for fleas and other parasites.

5.The Australian shepherds. It is healthy dogs, which can live twelve or more years. They may have problems with eyes dysplasia, but if you choose right breeder, you can almost avoid it.

6.The Dobermans. These dogs are strong and healthy. In the past, due to irresponsible breeding was bred dogs, those had blood and spinal problems, but now it is very rare. Just be careful and choose the right breeder.

7.The Maltese. This breed is one of the healthiest breeds of dogs. The Maltese can live from fourteen to eighteen years old. Of course, there may be happen for this breed-specific diseases, it is knee patellar dislocation and eye diseases, but regular visits to veterinarian can prevent from these diseases.

8.The Beagles. These dogs are strong and active. The Beagles live from twelve to fiveteen years old. They may have problems with heart, eyes and spin, but if choose the right breeder, you get a healthy dog.

We all love our dogs and want that they would be healthy, active and enjoy their life. There are a number of diseases that are genetic, inherited. Such diseases we can control by choosing the right breeder, doing a little research about the history of our dog's parents and ancestors. The other, non-hereditary diseases, we are also able to monitor on a regular basis when you visit to the veterinarian, properly caring for your pet, feeding them and observing the well-balanced feed for the demands placed on it.

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