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    Puppy (New Member) 5puryears's Avatar

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    Default Great Pyrenees puppy weight

    We just got a Great Pyrenees puppy and he is 10 weeks old and weighs 19 pounds is active and healthy, is this weight in line where he should be?

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    Young Dawg (Member)

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    What does your vet say? I actually have no idea. My girl is a Pyr/Border Collie hybrid and took after her dad in size. She was the 'runt' and was 3 lbs at 8 weeks! (She is now 19 months old and weighs 32 pounds and is 21 inches at the withers. She is the perfect size for an adult female Border Collie!)

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    Oh yes, I must also say your pup is gorgeous! Pyrs have such beautiful faces!

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    so long as his body condition is not too fat not too skinny and he is active and healthy, he's where he should be.

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    Thank you, we think he is so handsome, he gets compliments everywhere, had one lady wanted to buy him, I said he is not for sale. he is such a good boy too.

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