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#42 - sweetellie
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(10/08/2012) [-]
My dog's 12... how old does that make her in dog years? I forget what you're meant to multiply it by.
My dog's 12... how old does that make her in dog years? I forget what you're meant to multiply it by.
#45 to #42 - anon
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(10/08/2012) [-]
84 + X number of years depending on the # of months.
Multiply is by 7.
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#75 to #47 - fridginator
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(10/08/2012) [-]
Yes, it does, as Fizzor says, so you can say that.
#69 to #47 - fizzor
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(10/08/2012) [-]
The first year or first two years represent 18-25 years in dog years. Also, the aging ratio varies, depending on size and breed. The 7-year-thing is just a popular belief.
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#77 to #54 - dethmaul
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(10/08/2012) [-]
Well, dog babies and human babies both grow fast. So it's kinda exponential for the first sixth or seventh of thier life, then slows down to an even rate, and when they get to a certain age they deteriorate really quickly, again, exponential.

So a one year old dog is like a teenager human. They are both sub-adults.