A dog breed that can be found in a variety of contexts across the globe is now recognised as the healthiest in the world.
A new study by scientists at the University of Exeter, published in the Journal of the Royal Veterinary Association, shows that red dogs are the healthier than many other breeds.
The study looked at data from more than 400,000 dogs in Europe, Asia and Africa.
The scientists say red dogs can be described as a “dominant, social dog” that can live up to 12 years, with a body mass index (BMI) of between 24 and 29.5.
The findings show that the breed is “an exception” to the rule that reds are more likely to die prematurely from the disease than other breeds, the study said.
The research is the first to quantify the health of a dog’s owners in a large scale and to identify the health status of red dogs, according to the researchers.
“Our study shows that a dog can be considered the health champion of its own breed,” said Professor Richard Fenton, a veterinary genetics expert at the university.
“Red dogs can survive as long as their owners have a regular check-up and the owner is in good physical health.”
The study also shows that in the majority of cases the health is better for owners who keep their dogs well.
“They are healthier than other dogs in terms of health and life expectancy.
We know that this is the case because reds have a higher incidence of all the health problems, including heart disease, diabetes, cancer, osteoarthritis, arthritis and respiratory infections.”
Reds are also less likely to get cancer and die prematurely than other breeders.
“The research also shows red dogs live longer than other dog breeds.
The authors found that red dog owners have lived nearly three years longer than owners of other breeds and also that their dogs were less likely than other owners to suffer from cancer.
The researchers found that owners of a red dog also have a greater chance of surviving to age 65 than owners with other breeds.”
The study was based on data from the UK, Germany, Spain and Ireland, where red dogs were found to be the health champions in more than half of the countries studied.
In the US, owners of red-dog breeds were found in the top 20% of the population for their longevity.
The study found that American red dogs lived at least five years longer and that those with red dogs in the UK had a shorter lifespan than those with other dog types.
The authors say their research shows that it is possible to breed a breed that is healthier and live longer, even if that breed is not the health icon it was designed to be.
“Many dog owners would be surprised to know that red-eyed dogs are still an important part of their dog’s health,” said Fenton.
“It is a great surprise to find out that they are still a vital part of the canine community.”
It is also a great discovery that the health and longevity of dogs are inversely related to the number of owners.
“Red dogs are also a popular pet, with over 10 million pets being owned in the United States.
A study by a leading veterinary research organisation, the British Veterinary Association (BVA), also found that breed-specific insurance covers dogs with red eyes.
The BVA also recommends that owners keep their red dogs well and are aware of their health.
It says the breed has “excellent health characteristics”, which can make it a “good choice” for many dogs.”
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