Bulldogs are known for their short life expectancy due to their brachycephalic structure, which can lead to various health issues. On average, Bulldogs live around 8-10 years.
Great Danes are one of the largest dog breeds, and their size can contribute to a shorter lifespan. They typically live around 6-8 years.
Despite their gentle nature, Irish Wolfhounds are a giant breed and tend to have shorter lifespans, averaging around 6-8 years.
Like other giant breeds, Saint Bernards have shorter lifespans, often living around 8-10 years.
These large, strong dogs have a shorter lifespan compared to smaller breeds, typically living around 8-10 years.
Another large and robust breed, the Dogue de Bordeaux, usually has a lifespan of around 5-8 years.
English Mastiffs are one of the heaviest dog breeds, and their size can contribute to health issues and a shorter lifespan, typically ranging from 6-10 years.