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How do dog years work?

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Dogs have a life expectancy of 7-15 years, depending on the breed. So there is no such thing as "dog years," but if a dog is 9 years old, it is likely an old dog.

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One human year is equal to seven dog years

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You take how old the dog is and multiple it by 7. For instance my dog is 2.5 years old so in dog years she is 17.5

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Would it not be 14.5 years be 2x7 then add a half year or round up to 15
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It's basic math... 7 x 2.5 = 17.5
The decimal is also multiplied times 2.
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generally speaking...one(1) yr.is seven(7) doggie yrs..

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Each human year is equivalent to 5-7 dog years. :o

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10 years for first year. Then 7 years to one human year.

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First puppy then growth then !!!!BOOM!!!! There a adult

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Who took the time to determine this ?

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It depends on the breed smaller dogs age a little faster than the bigger dogs age. Then how the dig is treated if has a good home were it is taken care it will live longer than home were it is mistreated were you don't look after it and it more or less on its own it will not go as long.

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1 human year = 7 dog years

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If the dog is 4 you times it by 7. So therefore 28 in dog years. Always times it by 7