10 Most Popular Myths about Dogs

  

6. Dogs normally age 7 years for each human year

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This is a very widespread belief, and many individuals often “swear” that this is so.

Fact: True, dogs do grow at a quicker rate than human beings, but this growth is usually intense in their youth and gets sluggish in their later lives. The most integral factors that determine how a dog ages are its breed and size.

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