Deerhounds have a short lifespan and are prone to heart disease, bone cancer, and bloat, making it important to monitor their health from year 5+.
Active Rottweilers prone to major health problems like hip dysplasia, gastric torsion, bone and elbow dysplasia.
St. Bernards may suffer from serious bone deterioration, hereditary bone cancer, epilepsy, dilated cardiomyopathy, and eczema, requiring proper diet and exercise.
Newfoundlands, or "Newfies," are prone to subvalvular aortic stenosis (SAS), a heart defect, as well as arthritis and hip dysplasia.
Bullmastiffs, developed for guarding estates, are now popular as domestic pets despite common health problems such as lymphoma, bloat, hip & elbow dysplasia, and arthritis.
Great Danes, the world's tallest dog breed, are prone to health problems such as bloat, hip dysplasia, and heart diseases due to their slow metabolism.
Swissies are versatile working dogs known for excelling in herding cattle, pulling heavy loads, and guarding, but they are prone to hip dysplasia and bloat.
Irish Wolfhounds, prone to dilated cardiomyopathy and bone cancer, suffer from a short lifespan due to their massive size and susceptibility to bloat.
Inbreeding and a limited gene pool cause the Bernese to have a short lifespan and be susceptible to various health issues and cancers.