10 – 14 yearsBull Terrier / Life spanBull Terriers are a generally healthy breed with an average lifespan of 11-13 years. They can suffer from some common conditions such as allergies and kidney disease. Early detection is the key to a long and happy life, so be sure to schedule routine checkups.
American Pit Bull Terrier: 8 – 15 yearsStaffordshire Bull Terrier: 12 – 14 yearsAmerican Staffordshire Terrier: 12 – 16 yearsPit bull/Lifespan
An English Bull Terrier is a completely different breed from an American Pit Bull Terrier, but they are often lumped together by public officials and the media as potentially dangerous dogs. Thus, English Bull Terriers may be targeted for future "banning" in certain areas, or refusal of homeowner insurance policies.
However, research conducted by Dr. I. Lehr Brisbin at the University of Georgia shows that their jaws don't have locking abilities. This means that they are not as dangerous as people believed them to be.
The breeds of dog currently illegal in the UK are the Pit Bull Terrier, Japanese Tosa, Dogo Argentino and the Fila Brasileiro. But crossbreeds including any of those types of dog may also be subject to the law, depending on their size and characteristics.
Only One Difference Essentially, size is the only difference between mini and full English bull terriers. The definitive authority on the breed standards, the American Kennel Club, says that the two breeds are identical in every way except size.
In general, dogs live up to anywhere between 7 to 13 years depending on the breed, though some dogs may live a few years more or less than that. For example, Yorkshire Terriers often live between 14 to 16 years old, while the mastiff Dogue de Bourdeaux may only live to be 5 years old.
Black and Tan Coonhound: 10 – 12 yearsCoonhound / Lifespan
Goldendoodle lifespan is around 10 to 15 years and is inherited from their golden retriever and poodle parent breeds. Golden retrievers tend to have a slightly shorter life span of 10 to 12 years, while poodles average around 12 to 15 years.
13 – 15 yearsPapillon / Life span
12 – 15 yearsBeagle / Life spanThe typical longevity of beagles is 12–15 years, which is a common lifespan for dogs of their size. Beagles may be prone to epilepsy, but this can often be controlled with medication.
10 – 14 yearsGreyhound / Life spanThe expected life span of a greyhound is anywhere between 12 - 15 years. The adaptable, stable and loving nature of the greyhound makes for an easy transition to companion dog regardless of age.