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    How much did your puppy weight at around 12-13 weeks? and how big is it now? I am wondering how big my lab mix will get, I don't know what shes mixed with so I really have no idea what to expect lol. I took her for her shots the other day and she was 22 lbs at 12 weeks! She gained 6 lbs since her last shots 3 weeks ago! She is growing like a weed! I knew she was getting heavier lol.
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    A good rule of thumb for labby puppies is 2 lbs a week. Our Sophie followed this trend all the way through. Some males will weigh a little more. Sophie was 26 lbs at 13 weeks. I was also told to double the weight at 4 months and that will approximate their adult weight. Sophie was 40 lbs at 4 months, and is 75 now, and is 9 months old. You pup is a cutie!
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    Oh, my what an adoable pup! I generaly follow the same train of thought as Pam (Sophiesmom)- doubling their weight at 4 months will give you an estimate of how big they will be as an adult. Our Lab/English Setter mix was 40 pounds at 4 months. His mature adult weight was 75 (at 12 weeks, he was 36 1/2 pounds). Caleb was smaller and slower to mature. At 17 weeks, he was 30 1/2 pounds. He's now 70 (at 12 weeks he was 16 pounds).

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    Finn was 19 pounds at 12 weeks, then I weighed him last week and he was 24 pounds at 14 weeks! Solid little doober!!
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    Baloo was probably around 20 pounds at that age, and he's now almost 5 and weighs between 60 - 62 pounds. It's funny to me because he has huge mitts for feet so everyone would always exclaim over how huuugggeee he was going to be, and he's a little guy, lol! Definitely can't go by foot size, lol!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Baloo317 View Post
    Baloo was probably around 20 pounds at that age, and he's now almost 5 and weighs between 60 - 62 pounds. It's funny to me because he has huge mitts for feet so everyone would always exclaim over how huuugggeee he was going to be, and he's a little guy, lol! Definitely can't go by foot size, lol!

    I heard the same thing about Caleb. Having seen both his parents, I figured he'd "top out" at about 70 pounds, no more than 75. When I compared his growth weight to Mick's, I wasn't even sure he'd get that big. Now I hear from people about how small he is. LOL Of course, those are the same people who think Labs are supposed to look like whiskey barrels on legs.

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    Paisley was 14 lbs @ 8 weeks (pretty big) she was around 20 at 12 weeks. She'll be 1 year old on Feb. 19 and she is 70lbs. I can't remember what Duke was @ that age. Your pup is cute!

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    Just had mine at the vet this morning. Patrick is 24.4, and Journey and Flint are 22 at 11 weeks.


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    When Homer was a pup 3 years ago I thought he was going to be bigger and taller because he grew very fast... then all of a sudden he just stopped growing at a young age and ended up being just bit (maybe 1 cm) taller than Misha, whoŽs actually a small british bloodline Lab.

    Vermont on the other hand has grown to be Lab sized in just over a month. He was a little bit about half the size of the labs at 3 months, and at 4.5 months is now as tall and long as the Labs but of course weighs a lot less. I hope he doesnŽt stop growing like Homer, IŽd love to have huge dog again (last one was my Great Dane). Collies are supposed to be somewhere between a Lab and a German Shepard Dog in size... lets see if the boy makes it

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    I think General was about 32lbs...now he's 8 months and 80lbs!

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