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Old 02-12-2009, 11:23 AM   #61 (permalink)
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Ok good. Glad I didn't "mess her up"
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Old 02-16-2009, 03:23 PM   #62 (permalink)
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Ok, it's been a while since I've added anything to the original growth chart. Below is a link to the newest version with both Zeus and Isis. Isis is our new puppy.

Here's the new link...

home.comcast.net/~kookala/PuppyGrowthChart.xls

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Old 05-31-2009, 09:31 AM   #63 (permalink)
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Very interesting.
My girlie was largest in the litter. Everyone who sees her says OMG she'll be huge. The vet estimated 80-90 lbs. Lrg for female.
But now in comparing her to your chart, I am going to estimate her to reach 75. That seems more realistic. She weighed 32 lbs at 31/2 wks. She's now just 4 months and goes to the vet this wk, so I'll see what she's gained in 2 wks. I am excited to keep a growth chart now too, I need to get a scale.
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Old 11-03-2009, 09:43 PM   #64 (permalink)
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my puppy samson and i were at the vet this past weekend where he was diagnosed with pneumonia --- during the visit, the vet said that he is extremely underweight and that he is "borderline emaciated." he is 12 weeks old and weighs 23 pounds. when i look at the trends on the "averages" charts and after reading through this log, i'm confused and wondering if the vet is causing me unnecessary worry?????
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My GSD puppy Maximus is turning 1 year old next week and is 116 lbs and is 30 inches tall. He is a big boy.
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I've must have the runt or the breeder lied about his age... I was told he was 9 weeks old when I got him, at that time he weighed 5.6lbs he was a scrawny little guy who had worms. Since then he has been dewormed and is now 14 weeks and weighs in at 20lbs. So he is growing fast but he looks much smaller than the other pups his age. Should I be concerned?
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Old 01-13-2010, 10:07 PM   #67 (permalink)
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What are you feeding him?
A series of 3 doses of worming medication, a couple weeks apart should clear them.
Slow growth is good, as long as you are feeding a quality food with no fillers.
Check out the nutrition threads, pup's need a proper ratio of calcium and phosphorus for proper skeletal growth.
Welcome to you, and I hope you enjoy your journey with Charley!
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Hm, according to the chart, Cullen is on the FEMALE average... 8 weeks, 16.7 pounds.... I guess we will see
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my puppy samson and i were at the vet this past weekend where he was diagnosed with pneumonia --- during the visit, the vet said that he is extremely underweight and that he is "borderline emaciated." he is 12 weeks old and weighs 23 pounds. when i look at the trends on the "averages" charts and after reading through this log, i'm confused and wondering if the vet is causing me unnecessary worry?????

I don't know. I guess every dog is different, but Kaiya only weighed 29.5lbs at her 17wk old visit and doctor said she looked excellent and extremely healthy. She weighed in at 38.5 yesterday at 22 wks. She has no ribs showing and looks solid. Does he look emaciated?
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Deebo seems a bit above average. 45lbs at 4 months. People say he will be around 100lbs, but I think around 85-90. I plan on having him pretty lean.
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