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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aging_in_dogs

Aging in dogs (Canis lupus familiaris) varies from breed to breed, and affects the dog's health, ... The terms "dog years" and "human years" are frequently used when describing the age of a dog. However, there are two diametrically opposed  ...

pets.webmd.com/dogs/how-to-calculate-your-dogs-age

If you own a dog, you've heard this rule: 1 year for Fido equals 7 years for you. Turns out, the math isn't that simple. Dogs mature more quickly than we do early ...

www.akc.org/content/entertainment/articles/how-to-calculate-dog-years-to-human-years

Nov 16, 2015 ... Since the 1950s, the popular calculation of how old a dog was “in human years” has been that 1 dog year is the equivalent of 7 human ones.

www.pedigree.com/dog-care/dog-age-calculator

Use our dog age calculator to see the conversion from dog years to human years. PEDIGREE® can help you determine your best friend's age.

www.businessinsider.com/is-a-dog-year-equal-to-7-human-years-2014-10

Oct 9, 2014 ... Dogs age at different rates compared to humans, but the simple rule of 7 dog years to 1 human year is far from accurate. If humans aged seven ...

www.proplan.com/dogs/dog-age-calculator

Translating dog years to human years can be a challenge. Purina Pro Plan's Dog Age calculator factors in age & breed size to be as accurate as possible.

wonderopolis.org/wonder/how-long-is-a-dog-year

Have you heard the popular myth that one human year is equal to seven dog years? This would mean that a dog that is one human year old (365 days) is ...

www.cesarsway.com/dog-care/lifecycle/dog-years

By Jon Bastian. Ask most people how to determine a dog's age in human years, and they'll probably say, “Multiply by seven.” However, this method is inaccurate  ...

www.bbc.com/news/magazine-22458083

May 10, 2013 ... It's often said that every human year equates to seven dog years, but that is a a bit... rough. How do you calculate it accurately?