Here’s the new way to calculate your dog’s age

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Golden retrievers Alistair, age 2 1/2, left, and Chuker, age 7 months, pose for photos at the Museum of the Dog, in New York, Wednesday, March 20, 2019. Labrador retrievers aren’t letting go of their hold on U.S. dog lovers, while Golden retrievers finished third in the top ranks of doggy popularity, according to new American Kennel Club data. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

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University of California San Diego Professor of Genetics Trey Ideker joins John Williams to describe his research, which shows that the 7-year multiplication of a dog’s age is inaccurate. But there is one million-dollar question Trey says his team of researchers still has about that dog age calculator.

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