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Husky age in human years
Siberian husky is a medium-sized dog breed adored for friendliness, inteligence, and energetic character.
If you have a Husky, you might wonder how old your dog is in human years. To answer this question, first, you need to know your Siberian husky's dog age. Then convert it using the estimations to calculate medium dog age in human years:
- a 1-year-old Siberian Husky is 15 in human years;
- a 2-year-old Siberian Husky is 24 human age;
- when they reach the age of 6 years, Huskies are roughly 42 years in human age;
- each subsequent year equals 4-5 years in human years.
Here’s a table you can use to find a Siberian husky age equivalent in human years:
|Husky age||Human age|
|1 year||15 years|
|2 years||24 years|
|3 years||28 years|
|4 years||32 years|
|5 years||36 years|
|6 years||42 years|
|7 years||47 years|
|8 years||51 years|
|9 years||56 years|
|10 years||60 years|
|11 years||65 years|
|12 years||69 years|
|13 years||74 years|
|14 years||78 years|
|15 years||83 years|
|16 years||87 years|
|17 years||92 years|
|18 years||96 years|
|19 years||101 years|
|20 years||105 years|
Siberian huskies live from 12 to 14 years (69 to 78 years in human age equivalent). Their average lifespan is 13 years (which is longer than the overall dog average lifespan).
They are generally a healthy breed, provided good care from the breeder and the owner. This gives Huskies a better chance of living longer.
Although at the time of writing there is no official record of the oldest Husky ever lived, some people on the internet say that they had or known a Husky who lived for over 16 years, up to 19.