Do you’ve heard this rule: dog’s true age used to be a case of simply multiplying it by seven? Turns out, the math isn’t that simple! It’s more complicated than that.
Size and breed also play a role. Smaller dogs tend to live longer than larger ones. During the first two years of life, dogs mature rapidly from childhood to adulthood, but dogs mature at different rates when compared to humans.
Note: This calculator give a estimate and may not be accurate. See a veterinarian for age related questions. Importantly, the conversion for dog years to human years is directly based on human life expectancy. Life expectancy varies by time in history, country and gender.