Hello everyone. I just got my puppy 3 weeks ago. His name is Fozzy Bear and he is now 10 week old. He had his vist vet visit and weighs in at 28 lbs!! There was another lab puppy there who was also 10 weeks old but she was literally 1/3 Fozzy's size. I adore my puppy and don't care if he gets to be over 100 lbs! He just makes me soooo happy.
Here is a pic of him with my husband (who also is no small man, LOL).
What are your thoughts?????
At 10 weeks, Gauge was about 11 pounds. ???
I guess from what I've read here, some pups grow faster than others depending on their lines. You have got a big boy on your hands ;D
I was told at 7 weeks my boy was over 11 pounds.
When Lula was 9 weeks old she weighed 23 pounds. At that visit the vet predicted she would be close to 90 pounds. She is now 13.5 months and weighs 83 pounds. She is very fit, just a big girl.
This is her at 9 weeks:
Looks like Fozzy is a Dudley (Lula is too). Welcome to you both!
~Heather<br /><br />"This whole world is wild at heart and weird on top"
Hmm... I think Baloo was around 15 lbs at ten weeks...? Something like that, anyhoo.
They all grow at different rates, go through "spurts", just like kids.
But yes, I'd say your puppy is pretty big!! And super cute! ;D
Baloo - 5 year old black lab
Peanut - 7 year old minpin
Monster - 3-ish year old frenchie/jack, rescue
Rookie was 18 lbs at 8 weeks. I can't remember what he was at 10 weeks. Cute dudley boy you have there.
Dani, Rider & Rookie
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Diesel was 16.6 pounds at 10 weeks (last Friday). I believe Jenica was quite a bit smaller at that age.
Gabi (Markham, Ontario)<br />Jenica & Diesel<br />
Jake was 17 lbs at 8 weeks and now at 13 months, he is 98 lbs
Jake, Blue and Ginger<br />
What a sweet puppy! Hope we get to see more of him!
On average up until 10 months of age, a Labrador puppy weighs about twice what his age is. So ON AVERAGE, a 10 week old puppy should be about 20 pounds, give or take a pound. Field/pet puppies could be more or less.
♣ Laura ♣