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How long do pumis live?

Submitted by on Aug 28, 2009 – 3:25 PMNo Comment
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It is generally accepted that the smaller the size of the dog, the longer it tends to live. Pumis have an average life expectancy of well over 10 years, some of them have made it over 18 and are still going strong!

Karvakorvan Amanda, perhaps the best example, is known to have lived from July 3rd, 1989 until April 27th, 2007. I had the honour of meeting her personally back in 2006 at the Helsinki Club show, where she absolutely stunned the crowd with her elegance and beauty.

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