It is an old wises tale that one dog year is equal to seven human years. The ratios for small dogs are more like 12:1, for medium-sized dogs, 10:1, and for large dogs, 9:1, but even that is only roughly accurate for the first two years of a dog’s life. As you may have guessed, comparing dog years to human years is inexact at best. Dog years are not so simple to calculate, because many factors determine a dog's true age. Among the variables are breed, activity level, size, and general health and stress. From all the information on the subject that I have studied and absorbed, it is also clear that dogs do not age at a fixed rate. Dog years tend to accumulate faster early in a dog's life, with the rate of aging slowing down and normalizing once the dog reaches adulthood.
Euphorbia plants In fact all Euphorbia plants are poisonous. WARNING!!!!. This plant is more available than ever as a unique house or garden plant. It is dangerous to pets and could also be to uninformed humans. This pet was chemically burned on 30% of his body by a plant! Yes a plant. This is what is called "Firestick succulent". When a piece is broken off the milky substance is extremely acidic and toxic to humans, dogs, and cats. The smaller sibling ingested it and is also ill with serious vomiting and lethargy. Update, the little one is up and eating a small amount, the larger dog is in severe pain and visiting vet often for wound care and medications. Euphorbia tirucalli 'Sticks on Fire' (Red Pencil Tree) - Comes in both red & green form. All euphorbias have a sap that can cause serious harm so use caution when dealing with them. Always wash your hands after handling Not a plant to have around animals.
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