Puppyhood is the most important stage of a dog's life. During this time, your puppy will learn about the world around them and develop their personality.
The adolescent stage is a time of change for dogs. They are becoming more independent and may start to test their boundaries.
Dogs will continue to grow during this stage, but at a slower rate than during puppyhood.
Dogs are also continuing to develop their personalities during this stage. They may start to exhibit more pronounced behavioral traits.
Adulthood is the longest stage of a dog's life. During this time, your dog will reach their full size and personality will be fully developed.
Seniority is the final stage of a dog's life. During this time, your dog's health may start to decline.
Dogs may start to slow down and become less active.