Puppy Weight Predictor

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How big will my Puppy be?

Estimate your puppy's adult size in advance

It's a good idea to find out how big your puppy is going to be when he's fully-grown before you buy him. That way you can make sure you'll have enough room at home and in your car for him and can buy all the right equipment and accessories.

There are various puppy weight charts which you can search for online. However, our unique Puppy Weight Predictor will do the work for you by giving you puppy weight estimates for every major breed.

Simply enter your puppy's current weight and we will give you an estimate of how big your puppy is likely to be when he's an adult.

Monitor your puppy's growth week-by-week

Once you've got your puppy, you can also use our Puppy Weight Predictor to monitor his growth week-by-week to check it's on course - we will show you how your puppy's predicted growth compares to an average for his breed and tell you whether he's doing better or worse than average.

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Give your puppy the correct diet to help him grow

To ensure that your puppy grows properly, you need to ensure he has a correctly balanced diet and he is getting all the nutrients he needs. If you notice that your puppy is not growing how you were expecting, you might need to contact your veterinarian. He/she can advise you on the best food to give your puppy to help him grow.

Estimating your puppy's weight

To use our Puppy Weight Predictor, simply enter your puppy's current age and weight and hit "Get Adult Size/Weight". You can get more accurate and detailed results if you also enter your puppy's breed. You should bear in mind that these figures can only be estimates. Just like people, it goes without saying that every dog is different. There is no "one-size fits all" but our Predictor should give you a guide at least.

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