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Dog owners - do you agree with this quote?

[quote]Instead of using the simplistic factor of seven equation, Dr Harvey sought to determine when a dog is a puppy, a juvenile, an adult, a senior and a geriatric. Her findings show that a one-year-old dog is a juvenile just finishing puberty, and is akin to a 15-year-old human. But just 12 months later, at two years old, dogs have reached full maturity in the same way as a 25-year-old person.

[quote]Dr Harvey found dogs can be considered to be entering their senior years at age seven and are deemed geriatric at age 12 and over.

ALERT: In case you want to know...I found it at the end of this article about aggressive breeds.

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by Anonymousreply 705/04/2021

Yes, this is what my dogs’ vets have always told me. It’s not a simple 7:1.

by Anonymousreply 105/04/2021

Chihuahuas should be #1

by Anonymousreply 205/04/2021
by Anonymousreply 305/04/2021

Considering how many vicious bitches frequent this site, I expected "Datalounger" to be listed.

by Anonymousreply 405/04/2021

DL is a hybrid breed.

by Anonymousreply 505/04/2021
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by Anonymousreply 605/04/2021

I've come to believe that dogs are as individualistic as people. I have two 2-year-olds. One acts like a disapproving middle-aged woman. (Labrador mix.) The other acts like a rambunctious child. Insanely playful and affectionate. (German Shepard/Greyhound mix.) Despite their inability to speak, they display very distinct personalities.

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