Thursday, June 26, 2014

When do dogs stop growing?

A dog usually grows for 2-3 years, but they can be considered mature at the age of three. However, it depends on the race and on the size of the dog. It is really important to determine the race, before establishing the age. A rough estimation ca be done considering that one year in the life of a dog corresponds to seven years in the life of humans. This means that a dog will grow until the age of 3, because that will be the age when e or she is 21, right?

If you don’t have records about your dog, it is impossible to estimate how old he or she is. Considering the race, a veterinarian can make an accurate estimation.

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