Friday, 2 November 2007

Sometimes I get asked difficult questions!

Can anyone think of how to find the answers? I couldn't!

Can you help fill in any of these blanks?

In 1957, a British dog would have an average lifespan of x years and x months. It is now x years and x months. In 1957, xx per cent of dogs lived outdoors in all weathers compared to just xx per cent today.

I can't think of anyone who would have colated these statistics in the 50s, but maybe you know otherwise. Anyone solving this or coming up with a good answer gets a Wubba!

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi,

There was figures published in 2006 that most probably have the "now" statistics you require for average lilfespan.

Claire - DogClub.

Anonymous said...

p.s. the magazine was http://www.k9magazine.com which is published by http://www.k9media.net any comments they made are likely to be biased but they should list the original source in their mag. Maybe you could pull strings ;)

Anonymous said...

Hi,

To avoid filling the screen - there are now more bits here ...

http://www.dogclub.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,9889.msg184969/topicseen.html#msg184969

Claire x

Anonymous said...

incase you cant get that link ... as blogger has chopped it off

http://www.dogclub.co.uk/forum
/index.php/topic,9889.msg184969/
topicseen.html#msg184969

Claire x