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Just for fun:

If your dog is 1 in human years, he/she is 15 in doggy years.
If your dog is 2 in human years, he/she is 23 in doggy years.
If your dog is 3 in human years, he/she is 27 in doggy years.
If your dog is 4 in human years, he/she is 31 in doggy years.
If your dog is 5 in human years, he/she is 35 in doggy years.
If your dog is 6 in human years, he/she is 39 in doggy years.
If your dog is 8 in human years, he/she is 47 in doggy years.
If your dog is 10 in human years, he/she is 56 in doggy years.
If your dog is 12 in human years, he/she is 65 in doggy years.
If your dog is 14 in human years, he/she is 75 in doggy years.
If your dog is 15 in human years, he/she is 79 in doggy years.
If your dog is 16 in human years, he/she is 83 in doggy years.
If your dog is 17 in human years, he/she is 87 in doggy years.
 

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That's neat! I always hate hearing people do the "7 human years for every dog year" thing.
 

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awwww in 31 days Kate will be older then me!?!?!??! :cry: :( my puppys not a puppy any more, now shes a mom to me!
 

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Well then I have a 15 year, 35 year and a 65 year old. Boy my 65 year old pup seems somuch older.
 

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Shocking how much faster they age than we do isn't it!?! My favorite saying that my vet says to clients with senoir pets is "It's not the years, it's the mileage." It blows me away how many ppl blow of health care for their pets because "they are old and will die soon."
 

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racmoo said:
how do you know?
This was in a flyer given to me by my vet. It's just for fun....
 

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Hmmm that's not what I heard. I heard that the first year only counts as a year and that every year after that, then it's "dog years" or whatever. :? Meh, I don't know.
 
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