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15th May 2020
Reading Time: 5 minutes
Knowing a dog breed's lifespan is important when choosing a canine companion. If you are set on getting a Rottweiler, you may be curious how long this breed lives. In this article, you will find the answers about the Rottweiler's lifespan, factors that affect it, and ways to extend his life.
16th Feb 2020
Reading Time: 5 minutes
Cancer in dogs is prevalent; it is the leading reason for non-accidental death in canines. In fact, 50 per cent of pets reaching 8–10 years of age and beyond are likely to develop any types of cancer. This is considered true regardless of the dog breed or mixed breed.
18th Jul 2018
Reading Time: 4 minutes
If you want to make your dog live longer, take cues from the example of the world’s oldest pooches. They are living testaments to what it takes to go beyond and above the average lifespan of a dog.