Dog Age Calendar

Find out the Age of your Dog with the Dog Age Calendar. Helping you to convert from Human to Dog Years, the Dog Age Chart is essential for any dog owner.

Dog ScheduleFind out how old your dog is with the Dog Age Calendar. It is a well-known fact that dogs age more quickly than people but the belief that one dog year equals seven human years is not necessarily true. The age of your dog can depend on its size and breed and, as they mature faster than humans, the first year of a dog's life equals approximately 15 human years. The Dog Age Calendar allows you to easily convert your dogs age from Dog Years to Human Years and vice versa.

For more information about Dogs, have a look at more of our Dog Calendars in the Pets Calendars section.

Dog Age Calendar | Dog Age Chart | Dog Age Converter

Depending on the size of your pet, your Dogs Age can vary. However, with the Dog Age Calendar, you can convert your dog's age into Human Years easily. To confirm your Dogs Age, as provided by the Dog Age Calendar, you can also consult the free Dog Age Calculator.

Dog age calculator


How can I find out my Dog's Age?

If you don't know your pet's full history or birth date, you can determine your Dog's Age by inspecting the teeth. The growth of teeth can help to estimate the age of a dog. However, as there are many fatcors that can affect a dog's teeth, such as, a previous owner's dental care, it is simply an estimation.

General guidelines when inspecting your pet's teeth:

  • By 8 weeks: All baby teeth are in.
  • By 7 months: All permanent teeth are in and are white and clean.
  • By 1-2 years: Teeth are duller and the back teeth may have some yellowing.
  • By 3-5 years: All teeth may have tartar build-up and some tooth wear.
  • By 5-10 years: Teeth show more wear and signs of disease.
  • By 10-15 years: Teeth are worn, and heavy tartar build-up is likely with the possibility of some teeth missing.

For a more exact deduction, you can consult your vet who can undertake complete physical exams and examine bones, joints, muscles, and internal organs.

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