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    You can't really guess adult size in my opinion. I have a mix who is huge yet Jewel had a purebred female who was tiny. Weight won't matter so long as you keep her lean. You don't want her heavy because that is bad for her joints.

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    Thank you...yea hes very sweet n sensitive..mostly well behaved for a 3 month old..hes my baby

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tsunibear View Post
    You can't really guess adult size in my opinion. I have a mix who is huge yet Jewel had a purebred female who was tiny. Weight won't matter so long as you keep her lean. You don't want her heavy because that is bad for her joints.
    I am with Tsuni. It's impossible to guess when the pup is only 3 months old. Like Tsuni said, my Bijou was a small boned pyr. She was of average height for show line females at just over 26" tall, but she was kept to a thin 75 lbs at maturity. Bijou was 13 lbs at 8 weeks and just about 30 lbs at 12 weeks.

    As another comparison, my current pup Ren was 33 lbs at 3 months and 43 lbs at 4 months - about the same weight as Zeke at the same age. Ren was 63 lbs at 6 months but then the weight gain slowed significantly after that. He finally hit 80 lbs at 10 months and now at 14 months, he weighs a thin 83 lbs. Compare that to Zeke at 11 months and already 90 lbs even though they were about the same size as little pups. I expect Ren to continue to fill out for the next couple of years, and my guess is he'll top out at 90-95 lbs.

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    Thank you for replying..yea guess get anxious to see how big he gets...thanks if ges not that big ok to

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