Usually, a pup will weigh between ⅔ - ¾ of its adult weight at around 24 weeks of its age. Like Parents, Like Puppies. The best way to predict the size of the puppy is to check the size of the parent breeds. Their sizes, weight, and breeds will give you an idea of how big your puppy will grow up to be.Author: Tanaya Navalkar.
On average, small dogs take 9 months to reach their adult weight. While larger dogs can take up to 1.5 years to reach their adult weight. Do take note that the puppy weight chart is just an estimate. If your puppy's adult does not fall within the range of weights provided, it would be best to contact a veterinarian. Be sure to check out our review of the best puppy food to help your pooch grow up .
For example, a puppy that weighs 65 lbs at 6-months will likely weigh 130 lbs as an adult. To Find Your Puppy's Weight at a Certain Age. If you're trying to use the chart to find your puppy's adult, but notice he's weight isn't on there, it's easy to find out what he weighed at a certain weight.