Don't be fooled by a Husky's seemingly effortless gait. This dog requires a large open area in which to run off its pent-up energy because it is accustomed to running in packs. Most huskies can be expected to live for up to 14 years.

Siberian Husky

Hiding beneath its luxurious mane is a 16-pound powerhouse. The average Shih Tzu lifespan is 18 years, and this dog is noted for its kind nature and willingness to play with youngsters throughout its life.

Shih Tzu

This fox-like Japanese puppy first came to the United States in 1954 and caused quite a stir. Its original purpose in breeding was to hunt mountainous big game.

Shiba Inu

Pugs, despite their wrinkled appearance, are a lively breed that, when fed a healthy diet, can live up to 15 years. As long as it's not too hot or cold, they're good with company and love mild climates.

Pug

Due to their adaptable coat, which can be styled for different seasons and regions, French pooches thrive year-round. For the next 14 years, anyone can keep up with you.

Poodle

Despite their diminutive stature, Pomeranians always manage to steal the show wherever they go. The fur on their jackets keeps them warm even on brief outings. They can conduct their workouts indoors if it's too chilly outside.

Pomeranian

Greyhounds, which trace their ancestry back to ancient Egypt, are prized for their gracefulness and speed. Inherited diseases are uncommon in this breed.

Greyhound

Border Collies are known to live to ripe old ages due to their insatiable urge to stay moving. Throughout their 12-year existence, they keep active herding animals and taking first place in dog events because to their impressive agility.

Border Collie

This breed as a "icon," and its large body and small legs have given rise to its nickname, "wiener." If you start exercising it regularly, it might live to be 20 years old.

Dachshund

Even though it's smaller than a Greyhound, the Whippet can still run as fast as 35 miles per hour. It can live up to 15 delightful years with the right amount of strolling exercise, just like any other healthy breed.

Whippet

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