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Puppy weight calculator

For puppies of all breeds and gender. 

What is your pup's breed?*

Your pup's birth date?*

Current weight *

Gender of your pup? *

Is the dog neutered/ spayed?*

Calculation In Progress !!!!

Expected Adult Weight
Expected Adulthood Age
AKC adult weight by Breed
Current ideal weight range









Dog Calorie

Dog Exercise

Dog BCS 

All puppy grows fast and as a concerned parent, we want answers to a lot many questions during this growth period. Questions like:

  1. Is my pup growing right? Is her weight right?

  2. When will be my pup be a fully grown dog?

  3. How big will be my dog, when she is fully grown?

  4. What should be the ideal weight adulthood weight of my dogs as per standards?


This calculator answers all the above questions. 


Understand the calculator:


Expected adult weight: It is the weight range your pup is expected to grow into basis the current age, breed, gender, and weight.


Expected adulthood age: The average age when your pup is expected to reach her full size. Generally, dogs reach their adult size (height) first and then gain some additional weight to reach their adult weight. This period combined with neutering/spaying and uncontrolled calorie intake can set a platform for an obese or overweight dog. 


AKC adult weight by breed: The adult weight range provided by American Kennel Club (AKC) as per breed standards.


Current ideal weight range: It is the ideal weight range your pup should be in. We calculate this basis the AKC adult ideal weight range basis the AKC standard breed weight, current age, average growth rate as per your dog’s breed group, and gender.


If you need to get the right calories for your pup, use our puppy calorie calculator.


If you want to know the growth details for a mixed breed puppy. We suggest to use the below steps:

  1. You should know the two major dominant breeds for your mixed breed pup

  2. Get the details from our calculator for breed 1 and then for breed 2

  3. Then get the average of it or you may also give a little higher weightage to the more dominant breed visible in your puppy. Something in the range of 55%-65% as weightage to the dominant breed is generally used.

See below a graph of puppy growth as per different sizes of breeds. The growth is shown in number of weeks. 










Some prominent breeds in the above mentioned groups:

Toy breeds:

Affenpinscher, Chihuahua, Dashshund (Miniature), Shih Tu, Papillon, Pomerarian, Poodle Toy, Yorkshire Terrier

Small breeds:

Australian Terrier, Beagle, Border terrier, Boston terrier, Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Fox Terrier, French Bulldog, Jack Russell Terrier, Lhasa Apso, Pug, Shih Tzu

Medium breeds:

Cocker Spaniel, American Pitbul Terrier, Australian Cattle dog, Kelpie, Basset Hound, Border Collie, Bulldog, Cocker Spaniel, Corgi, Finnish Spitz, Irish Terrier, Portuguese Ppointer and sheepdog, Siberian Husky, Vizsla, 

Large breeds:

Afghan hound, American Bulldog, Australian Shepherd, Belgian Malinois, Boxer, Bull Terrier, Collie, Dalmatian, Doberman Pinscher, German Shephard, Golden Retriever, Grey Hound, Irish Setter, Labrador Retriever, Pit bull terrier, Pointer, Rottweiler, Weimaraner

Giant breeds:

Akita, Bernese Mountain dog, Bloodhound, Bullmastiff, Cane Corso, Great Dane, Irish Wolfhound, Newfoundland, Saint Bernard, Tibetan Mastiff





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