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03-27-2017 12:42 PM
kimbale Woah, this says my little WGSL boy is going to weigh 102lbs. Hmmm...

He's a bigger boy (11lbs at 6 weeks while the rest of his litter is about 8lbs.) But his parents are very standard. Sire is 87lbs and dam is 70lbs.

We'll see, I guess.

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03-27-2017 12:27 PM
goldenlyre Lol idk but that chart says Apollo will weigh 53 lbs and considering the dam was about 75 and the sire was 95-100 I don't think that's very likely? At 8 weeks he weighed 11.1 lbs, tomorrow I'll check his weight again at 9 weeks
03-27-2017 12:18 PM
a Joke

Yes this quite the joke. My puppy was part of a large litter and started out on the small side. At 10 weeks was 11 lbs and this stated she would be 32.8 lbs fully grown. 4 weeks later at just under 15 weeks, she is now 25 lbs. Vet says she we be anywhere from 60 to 80lbs which i think is still small for her Dam and sire who were 100lbs and 150lbs, respectively. i would be happy with 80lbs and dont need her to be 100lbs.. Ultimately as long as she is healthy is all that matters..
07-22-2016 10:52 PM
Stonevintage I used this. It was super accurate for mine. She gained 8-10llbs per month until about 6 mos then slowed down some. But, at 14 weeks I put her #'s in and it said 72.5 lbs at adulthood. She's 2 years 1 month and 73 lbs.

She is from larger parents so she followed the male rate of growth until about 8 mos, then her's slowed where the chart showed the male's to still continue at a pretty good rate to 11 mos before the slow down.

But man, can't get much more accurate than that.
07-22-2016 06:11 PM
voodoolamb Well, I put in Mako's weight at 8 weeks and the magic calculator told me my boy would weight a whopping 17.3lbs.


He's actually sitting around 70lbs right now at 14 months.
07-22-2016 06:05 PM
dranseth According to the calculator my puppy will turn out to be 180 lbs. I find that to be inaccurate. Lol
07-13-2014 05:04 PM
trcy I just did the projection again. It's probably accurate now that he is almost grown. Adult weight is projected to be 74 pounds.
07-13-2014 04:56 PM
trcy It's not very accurate. At one point it had my dog at 85 pounds. As he grew the projected weight kept changing. My dog is 73 pounds he is 13 months old.
07-13-2014 04:42 PM
JustJim Honestly, I don't think it is as accurate as looking at the puppy and parents and guessing. Per this, Z (GSD) should weigh 41.9# as an adult; she actually runs just over 60#. Best guesses before was a year old were that as an adult she'd weigh about 65#.

I ran it with other dogs I have the numbers for. Female Aussies were over-estimated by an average of 7#, male Aussies underestimated by about the same or a bit more. It consistently underestimated adult weights for Chessies, males and females.
07-13-2014 11:05 AM
lillajk I put in my puppies weight at two ages
today at 15 weeks she's 31 Lbs and it told me she would be 65.4 lbs
and I put in her weight at 12 weeks 22 lbs and it told me 54.6 lbs
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