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Dog Years:

     There is a popular misconception that you can calculate how old your dog is in people years by multiplying the number of years by seven. In fact, the calculation is a little more complex than that. Dogs mature faster earlier (although sometimes it doesn't seem that way!) and then age slower the older that they get. There is a popular chart, developed by a veterinarian, that shows the relative ages of dogs based on their weight.

     If you don't want to look it up on the chart, we have provided a handy calculator for figuring out your dog's relative age.

     Please enter:

     Your dog's name:

     Your dog's age:    

     Your dog's weight: 0-20 lbs    20-50 lbs    50-90 lbs    Over 90 lbs

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