The beagle is a moderately active, medium-sized dog with an average lifespan of 10 to 15 years.
An athletic and intelligent breed, the dog can make a great running or hiking buddy for active people.
It's also not uncommon for these little dogs to live close to 20 years. They generally remain healthy for most of their lives.
Like other dogs with deep chests, they are susceptible to bloat and gastric torsion, especially if they eat too quickly.
Not only are poodles highly intelligent, but they're extremely athletic, too. In fact, poodles were originally bred as hunting dogs.
Hailing from Havana, Cuba—and securing the spot as the only dog breed native to Cuba.
They are powerful, athletic with boundless energy, ideal for those who like to take long daily walks, runs, or hikes.
An average lifespan around 13 to 14 years, and typically don't develop many serious health issues.
Border collies are highly intelligent, athletic, and driven dogs.
Mixed-breed dogs have an extremely wide gene pool, it's less common for them to be prone to specific genetic disorders.