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The forum turns 9 years old today. While she's looking a bit worse for the wear these days, she's still chugging along.
Congrats! 9 years old is still infancy, the best is still ahead
In dog years, though, it's around middle age (I think).
Do we measure internet websites in dog-years?
Lol, I guess we should. Or at least something similar to dog years. Web sites often don't stick around forever unless they're run by some large corporation (Amazon, Yahoo, etc.).I took a look at this dog-human age charts:http://pets.webmd.com/dogs/how-to-calculate-your-dogs-ageAnd I saw that small and large breeds age differently (relative to human years). We had a small dog growing up that I think died at age 17, which would have put him in his mid-80s.
OUr dog is now 10 and weighs right at 50 pounds. She is getting a little grey around the muzzle and sedentary but still very healthy and will even chase the ball around although she tires faster now. She is also not a purebred.
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