How old is your dog in human years?
What's your dog's age?
Ever wonder just how old your dog is in human years? We are here to help ya out!Many humans still believe that one year in your dog's life is the equivalent of seven in a humans life, but it's just not true. There are many factors involved in determining your pups age - breed, size, activity, and diet just to name a few.
Veterinarians have developed a fairly realistic comparison of a dog's age to a human's age. And we found a site that, based on your dogs lifestyle, you can find out their age, PDQ!
Let's get started and celebrate your pups life! Long live the dog!Photo courtesy of OakleyOriginals on Flickr.
What's your dog's age?
Want to know your pups age? Use this dog age-human age equivalent chart.
More great dog age sites!
Bodie, a Labrador puppy, everyday from age 7 weeks to 6 months!
Pusuke, World Oldest Living dog dies on December 5, 2011.
Pusuke, a Shiba-mix dog residing in Sakura, just outside of Tokya passed away on December 5th, 2011. Pusuke was recognized as the world's oldest living dog in December 2010
Owner Yumiko Shinohara said that Pusuke, died after suddenly falling ill and refusing to eat.
Shinohara told TV network FNN that she "would just like to thank him for staying alive so long." The report said Pusuke's life span would have been the equivalent of about 125 years for a human.
According to the Guinness Book of Records, the dog was born April 1, 1985. Pusuke was recognized as the world's oldest living dog last December.
Source Photo courtesy of AP.
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Bluey, holds the Guinness World Record for Canine Longevity!
The Guinness record for canine longevity is 29 years, set by Bluey, an Australian cattle dog who died in 1939.
According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Bluey, dies on November 14, 1939.
Bluey, owned by Les and Esma Hall of Rochester, Victoria, Australia, was an Australian cattle dog who lived 29 years, six months and 12 days. Although the record is unverified. Bluey holds the Guinness World Record for the oldest dog, who cite the anecdotal reports as being "reliable".
According to records Bluey spent most of his life herding sheep and eating kangaroo and emu meat.