Not to my knowledge. Our last two dog deaths were at 12 and 13 years old. The eldest chicken was 11 years old, a bit below average, and she had an assisted death due to reproductive problems. Our eldest donkey is now 16 I believe and showing no signs of imminent collapse.What about heartworm prevention for the dogs?
The eldest Muscovy duck is at least 9.
12 years old and over is common for the chickens on the local farms. Predation is the main killer.
I'm inclined to beleive that the provenance of the majority of the chickens for back yard keepers in the USA and the conditions they are kept in, including diet has a greater impact on their health than it does here.