Dogs Prone to Health Problems | Pet Quest

Dogs That Are Prone To Health Problems

For the most part pet owners take great care when choosing a dog. One of the major concerns of pet owners is their pet's health. The following list indicates which ones you should avoid if you are concerned about high veterinarian bills. This list of Dogs That Are Prone to Health Problems lists the breeds of dogs that are most susceptible to developing a costly medical condition.

Australian Shepherd | Pet Quest
Basenji | Pet Quest
Australian Shepherd
Basenji
Kid Friendly Dogs - Basset Hound | Pet Quest
Kid Friendly Dogs - Beagle | Pet Quest
Basset Hound
Beagle
Bernese Mountain Dog | Pet Quest
Border Collie | Pet Quest
Bernese Mountain Dog
Border Collie
American Boxer | Pet Quest
Boykin Spaniel | Pet Quest
Boxer
Boykin Spaniel
Bracco Italiano | Pet Quest
Bullmastiff | Pet Quest
Bracco Italiano
Bullmastiff
Chihuahua | Pet Quest
Chinese Shar-Pei | Pet Quest
Chihuahua
Chinese Shar-Pei
Chow Chow | Pet Quest
Clumber Spaniel | Pet Quest
Chow Chow
Clumber Spaniel
Cockapoo | Pet Quest
Curly-Coated Retriever | Pet Quest
Cockapoo
Curly-Coated Retriever
Daschund | Pet Quest
Doberman Pinscher | Pet Quest
Daschund
Doberman Pinscher
Dogue de Bordeaux | Pet Quest
English Toy Spaniel | Pet Quest
Dogue de Bordeaux
English Toy Spaniel
Blue French Bulldog | Pet Quest
Golden Retriever | Pet Quest
French Bulldog
Golden Retriever
Greater Swiss Mountain Dog | Pet Quest
Great Pyrenees | Pet Quest
Greater Swiss Mountain Dog
Great Pyrenees
Irish Red and White Setter | Pet Quest
Irish Setter | Pet Quest
Irish Red and White Setter
Irish Setter
Irish Water Spaniel | Pet Quest
Irish Wolfhound | Pet Quest
Irish Water Spaniel
Irish Wolfhound
Komondor | Pet Quest
Leonberger | Pet Quest
Komondor
Leonberger
Maltese Shih Tzu | Pet Quest
Maltipoo | Pet Quest
Maltese Shih Tzu
Maltipoo
Terrier Dogs - Manchester Terrier | Pet Quest
Neapolitan Mastiff | Pet Quest
Manchester Terrier
Neapolitan Mastiff
Newfoundland | Pet Quest
Pekingese | Pet Quest
Newfoundland
Pekingese
Poodle | Pet Quest
Kid Friendly Dogs - Pug | Pet Quest
Poodle
Pug
Pyrenean Shepherd | Pet Quest
Rottweiler | Pet Quest
Pyrenean Shepherd
Rottweiler
Saint Bernard | Pet Quest
Saint Bernard

Australian Shepherd | Pet Quest
Basenji | Pet Quest
Kid Friendly Dogs - Basset Hound | Pet Quest
Australian Shepherd
Basenji
Basset Hound
Kid Friendly Dogs - Beagle | Pet Quest
Bernese Mountain Dog | Pet Quest
Border Collie | Pet Quest
Beagle
Bernese Mountain Dog
Border Collie
American Boxer | Pet Quest
Boykin Spaniel | Pet Quest
Bracco Italiano | Pet Quest
Boxer
Boykin Spaniel
Bracco Italiano
Bullmastiff | Pet Quest
Chihuahua | Pet Quest
Chinese Shar-Pei | Pet Quest
Bullmastiff
Chihuahua
Chinese Shar-Pei
Chow Chow | Pet Quest
Clumber Spaniel | Pet Quest
Cockapoo | Pet Quest
Chow Chow
Clumber Spaniel
Cockapoo
Curly-Coated Retriever | Pet Quest
Daschund | Pet Quest
Doberman Pinscher | Pet Quest
Curly-Coated Retriever
Daschund
Doberman Pinscher
Dogue de Bordeaux | Pet Quest
English Toy Spaniel | Pet Quest
Blue French Bulldog | Pet Quest
Dogue de Bordeaux
English Toy Spaniel
French Bulldog
Golden Retriever | Pet Quest
Greater Swiss Mountain Dog | Pet Quest
Great Pyrenees | Pet Quest
Golden Retriever
Greater Swiss Mountain Dog
Great Pyrenees
Irish Red and White Setter | Pet Quest
Irish Setter | Pet Quest
Irish Water Spaniel | Pet Quest
Irish Red and White Setter
Irish Setter
Irish Water Spaniel
Irish Wolfhound | Pet Quest
Komondor | Pet Quest
Leonberger | Pet Quest
Irish Wolfhound
Komondor
Leonberger
Maltese Shih Tzu | Pet Quest
Maltipoo | Pet Quest
Terrier Dogs - Manchester Terrier | Pet Quest
Maltese Shih Tzu
Maltipoo
Manchester Terrier
Neapolitan Mastiff | Pet Quest
Newfoundland | Pet Quest
Pekingese | Pet Quest
Neapolitan Mastiff
Newfoundland
Pekingese
Poodle | Pet Quest
Kid Friendly Dogs - Pug | Pet Quest
Pyrenean Shepherd | Pet Quest
Poodle
Pug
Pyrenean Shepherd
Rottweiler | Pet Quest
Saint Bernard | Pet Quest
Rottweiler
Saint Bernard

2 thoughts on “Dogs That Are Prone To Health Problems

  1. I think that taking into consideration the animal’s potential problems is the first step in acquiring a new pet. It’s too bad that most people don’t consider this.

  2. This should be a concern to all who are looking for a dog. I understand that some really don’t care whether their dog is prone to health problems or not. For the most part these people have the money to provide the proper veterinary care. For the majority that is not the case. I have seen too many times where someone gets a dog and within a few months they are putting the dog down because it developed a genetic condition and they don’t have the money to provide the care it needs. A lot of these dogs could have led a fairly normal and long life if only their owner had the necessary funds to treat the condition.

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