New RVC research helps owners better understand the remaining life expectancy of dogs

New RVC research helps owners better understand the remaining life expectancy of dogs

New research from the Royal Veterinary College’s (RVC) VetCompass programme now enables owners to predict the remaining life expectancy of their dog from different ages, with results broken down by breed and gender to make these as useful as possible for owners of many breeds in the UK.

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