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It can vary, depending on the type and size. It could also just be your luck, but it normally varies from about 12 to 15 that they would die, but that's not for all, i had a f…riend whose dog lived until 18 years. (MORE)

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The lifespan of Dogs can differ largely from breed to breed. Large breeds such as Great Danes and English Mastiff's may live for only 8 years, whereas long-lived breeds such a…s Miniature Dachshunds and Toy Poodles can live for 15+ years. I have known a Dachshund live to be 22, with pedigree papers to prove it. Apart from breed, the lifespan of a Dog is ultimately dependent on how well it has been fed and cared for throughout its life. I would say that the average lifespan of the majority of Dogs (such as Labrador Retrievers) is between 11 and 13 years. (MORE)

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in the wild 3-5 years. in captivity Well, I have had 2 prairie dogs in my life. The 1st on lived for 13 years and I had to put him down because his kidneys were failing. That …was the worst day of my life. My 2nd Prairie Dog died in his sleep at 14 years old... i am currently looking for my 3rd... (MORE)

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no limit but to be kind to the dog i would reckon no more than 2-3 lots, and no younger then 2yr old...

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These are averaged: American Cocker Spaniel 10 - 12 years Beagle 11 - 13 years Bichon Frise 10 - 13 years Border Collie 12 - 14 y…ears Boxer 9 - 11 years Cavalier King Charles Spaniel 10 - 12 years Chihuahua 13 - 15 years Collie (Rough) 9 - 11 years Doberman Pinscher 8 - 10 years English Springer Spaniel 10 - 12 years German Shepherd 10 - 12 years Golden Retriever 10 - 13 years Great Dane 7 - 10 years Irish Wolfhound 6 - 7 years Jack Russell Terrier 13 - 15 years Labrador Retriever 10 - 12 years Lhasa Apso 12 - 15 years Maltese 11 - 13 years Miniature Schnauzer 12 - 14 years Poodle (Miniature) 12 - 15 years Poodle (Standard) 10 - 12 years Poodle (Toy) 12 - 15 years Pugs 10 - 12 years Rottweillers 8 - 10 years Shetland Sheepdog 10 - 12 years Shih Tzu 10 - 12 years West Highland White Terrier 10 - 12 years Yorkshire Terrier 11 - 13 years It depends very much on the breed of dog. larger dogs tend to have shorter lives than smaller ones. The average life span of a dog is about 10-13 years for a average size dog. (MORE)

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There is no one breed that stands out as having the longest lifespan, but small dogs usually live longer than larger breeds. "The dog widely reported to be the longes…t-lived on record is "Bluey," purportedly born in 1910 in Australia. He died in 1939 at the age of 29.5 years. Bluey is usually identified as an Australian Cattle Dog, but the first Australian Cattle Dog breed standard was written in 1902, only eight years before Bluey's birth. It is unclear how closely Bluey was related to the breed as it exists today. The Bluey record is anecdotal and unverified. The longest verified records are of dogs living to 24 years. The typical lifespan of dogs varies widely among breeds. Based on questionnaire surveys of owners in the UK, Denmark, USA, and Canada, the median longevity of most dog breeds is between 10 and 13 years. The breed with the dubious distinction of the shortest lifespan (among breeds for which there is a questionnaire survey with a reasonable sample size) is the Dogue de Bordeaux with a median longevity of about 5.2 years, but several breeds, including Miniature Bull Terrier, Bulldog, Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever, Bloodhound, Irish Wolfhound, Greater Swiss Mountain Dog, Great Dane, and Mastiff, are nearly as short-lived, with median longevities between 6 and 7 years. On the other end of the spectrum, the longest-lived breeds, including Toy Poodle, Border Terrier, Miniature Dachshund, Miniature Poodle, and Tibetan Spaniel, have median longevities between 14 and 15 years. The median longevity of mixed breed dogs (average of all sizes) is one or more years longer than that of purebred dogs (all breeds averaged). As a rule of thumb, small breeds are longer-lived than large breeds, but some of the longest lived large breeds have median longevities nearly as long as those of the shortest lived small breeds, and some of the breeds with the shortest longevities are medium-sized. "Median longevity" refers to the age at which half the dogs in a population have died and half are still alive. Individual dogs, even in breeds with low median longevities, may live well beyond the median." (MORE)

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That would depend on the dog. On average, large dogs can live about a decade, but smaller dogs can live much longer. One human year= seven dog years, so a good estimate w…ould be about seventy. (MORE)

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the 5s because it has better service but it dosent have diffrent colrs just silver gold and black

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Dog's are a man's best friends, of course they are, they are there to keep you company, so you never feel alone.

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20c + 5 = 5c + 65 Divide through by 5: 4c + 1 = c + 13 Subtract c from both sides: 3c + 1 = 13 Subtract 1 from both sides: 3c = 12 Divide both sides by 3: c = 4