Misconceptions about dogs that can't possibly be true

We warmly welcome all of you, from dedicated dog lovers to casual observers.  

Come along as we separate the facts from the fables and dispel a dozen common misconceptions about dogs.  

Hold on tight while we detonate a Technicolor truth bomb on this black-and-white fallacy.  

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Our furry pals do not only exist in black and white, despite what you may have heard. 

One human year is said to be equivalent to seven dog years, but this isn't your average canine math.  

It's a cute formula for thinking about how our furry friends' lives stack up against our own, but it's not very reliable. 

The 1:7 ratio is deceptive because young dogs mature at a faster rate than older dogs do.  

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