Originally Posted by Caitlinpalomino
alright I am not very smart and this really confuses me so can someone pleaseclear it up!! This equition method does it mean that they are litterally that many human years old or is it like it makes them feel like they are that many human years old???? Sorry it probably sounds like a stupid question!!!!
It's kinda like saying that if you multiply a dog's age by seven, then that's how old they are in human years. That help any? I know what you're asking, but I can't think of a good way to answer, because I suppose it depends on how you think about the dog age thing. Like, my dog is 11, so she's 77 in human years, the old bat, and I honestly feel sometimes like she really is that old! But sometimes she acts like a puppy and runs and plays. So it's all in how you think about it, I think.