Tuesday, 21 June 2016

A Dog's Human Equivalent Age..This Is More Accurate...

Ever heard the 'old rule' of multiplying a dog's age by seven to find it's human equivalent age?

Well...sorry to break it to you but the old 'times seven' rule is a fallacy. As dogs are able to reproduce at a year old and reach full growth at two years, to calculate a dog's age in human terms the first year should be counted as fifteen, the second year as ten and every year after that as five.

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