It is not uncommon for pet owners to ask, 'how heavy should my dog be?' The answer varies as a dog's weight is determined by many factors, including breed, age, activity level, and health status. The weight of your canine companion can be affected by their diet. If you are feeding your pet too many treats or snacks, he may end up heavier than average. It is important to monitor how much food you give him each day in order to keep him at an appropriate weight. It can sometimes be hard to tell if your dog is at a healthy weight, but you should always trust your instincts. If he seems very heavy and sluggish, then it's possible that he needs to go on a diet. You don't want him to get too heavy because this could lead to health problems such as arthritis, hip dysplasia, and diabetes. If you notice any unusual changes in weight (either gaining or losing), it could mean there's something wrong with his health. Don't hesitate to contact your veterinarian if this is the case. Just as with humans, cats, or most other animals, it is recommended that your dog is at a healthy weight to have the best quality of life possible. This article will provide information about the optimal weight for male and female dogs of different breeds. We will also discuss how to tell if your dog is overweight, the dangers of obesity, and how to help him lose weight. If you want to know 'how much should my dog weigh,' let's get started.

How a Vet Checks If Your Dog Is at a Healthy Weight

There are a few different ways your veterinarian can determine if your pup is at the right weight. One way, known as the body condition score, will grade your dog on their level of fatness or thinness based on a 1-9 rating system. This will establish if your dog is too thin 1-3, at an ideal weight 4-6, and too heavy 7-9. The body condition score uses both touch and visual cues to determine whether he is too thin or fat. You can carry out a similar check yourself by looking at your dog from above. You should be able to see the hips and ribs without seeing any bones poking out. If you can see his ribs, he may be underweight; if your dog's abdomen pokes out, he is probably overweight. You can also use your sense of touch to feel if your dog is at a healthy weight by touching his rib area and abdomen to judge how it feels. If you are still unsure if your dog is at an ideal weight, it is always best to consult with your vet, who will use their expertise and knowledge by looking at your dog's gender, age, and body type as well as comparing him to the breed standards of the dog.

Dog Breed Categories by Size

  Dogs are typically categorized according to their weight and height. For example, some breeds range from small under 20 pounds, while others can grow up to 100 pounds or more. These categories include small dogs such as the Chihuahua, Japanese Chin, Toy Poodle, and Boston Terrier. Medium dogs such as the Beagle, Border Collie, and bulldog. Large dogs such as the German shepherd and Golden Retriever. And giant breeds such as Great Danes and the Bernese Mountain Dog.

Small Breeds

A small breed dog is defined as a dog that typically weighs less than 20 pounds. Teacup, toy, and miniature breeds are some of the subcategories of this type. This size breed requires food specially formulated to satisfy their high energy requirements. Because they usually spend most of their time indoors, some smaller breeds may be more prone to gain weight. For this reason, you should ensure that you are feeding your dog the appropriate amount of calories to maintain a healthy weight and keep her active with age-appropriate daily exercise.

Small Breed Weight Chart

 
Dog Breed Weight Male Weight Female Height Male Height Female
Affenpinscher 7-12 pounds  6-11 pounds 9-12 inches  8-12 inches
Bichon Frise 7-12 pounds  5-10 pounds 9-12 inches  9-11 inches
Biewer Yorkie 5-7 pounds  4-6 pounds 6-9 inches 4-7 inches
Bolognese 5-9 pounds  4-8 pounds 5-12 inches 10-11 inches
Border Terrier 13-16 pounds  11-14 pounds 13-16 inches 11-14 inches
Boston Terrier 10-25 pounds  10-25 pounds 15-17 inches 15-17 inches
Brussels Griffon 6-12 pounds 6-12 pounds 7-8 inches 7-8 inches
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel 13-18 pounds 10-16 pounds 12-13 inches  10-12 inches
Cavapom 8-20 pounds 8-20 pounds 12-15 inches  12-15 inches
Cavapoo 9-25 pounds  9-25 pounds 9-14 inches  9-14 inches
Chihuahua 2-6 pounds 2-5 pounds 6-12 inches 5-10 inches
Chinese Crested 8-12 pounds  5-10 pounds 11-13 inches 9-12 inches
Coton de Tulear 12-15 pounds  10-13 pounds 10-12 inches  8-10 inches
Dachshund 11 pounds 11 pounds 14-16 inches 13-15 inches
Fox Terrier 15-20 pounds  13-18 pounds 14-16 inches 13-15 inches
French Bulldog under 28 pounds under 28 pounds 11-13 inches 11-13 inches
German Pinscher 25-35 pounds 23-35 pounds 17-20 inches 16-18 inches
Havanese 8-13 pounds  6-11 pounds 8-11 inches 8-11 inches
Jack Russell Terrier 13-18 pounds 11-15 pounds 10-14 inches 8-12 inches
Japanese Chin 4-9 pounds  4-9 pounds 7-11 inches 6-10 inches
King Charles Spaniel 10-14 pounds 8-12 pounds 10-11 inches 8-9 inches
Lhasa Apso 14-18 pounds 12-16 pounds 10-11 inches 10-11 inches
Maltese 6-9 pounds  5-8 pounds 8-10 inches  8-9 inches
Maltipom 3-9 pounds 3-9 pounds 8-12 inches 8-12 inches
Maltipoo 5-20 pounds  5-20 pounds  8-15 inches 8-15 inches
Miniature Pinscher 8-10 pounds  8-9 pounds 10-12 inches  10-11 inches
Miniature Poodle 15-17 pounds 13-15 pounds 11-15 inches  10-13 inches
Miniature Schnauzer 11-18 pounds 10-15 pounds 12-14 inches  11-13 inches
Norfolk Terrier 10-12 pounds  8-11 pounds 10-12 inches 9-11 inches
Norwich Terrier 10-12 pounds 9-11 pounds 10-12 inches 9-11 inches
Papillon 8-10 pounds  7-9 pounds 8-11 inches  7-10 inches
Pekingese 8-10 pounds  6-8 pounds 6-9 inches 5-7 inches
Pomeranian 3-7 pounds  3-5 pounds 7-8.66 inches 7-8.66 inches
Pug 13-20 pounds 13-18 pounds 12-14 inches 10-12 inches
Scottish Terrier 19-23 pounds  17-21 pounds 10-11 inches 8-10 inches
Sealyham 18-20 pounds 16-19 pounds 10-12 inches 8-10 inches
Shih Tzu 10-16 pounds 9-14 pounds 8-11 inches  8-11 inches
Skye Terrier 20-30 pounds  18-27 pounds 9-10 inches  7-9 inches
Toy Poodle 6-9 pounds  5-8 pounds 10-15 inches 9-14 inches
Welsh Corgi 24-31 pounds  24-31 pounds 10-12 inches 10-12 inches
West Highland White Terrier 13-22 pounds  11-20 pounds 9-12 inches  8-11 inches
Yorkshire Terrier 4-7 pounds 3-6 pounds 6-9 inches  5-7 inches
 

Medium Breeds

Medium dog breeds are the most prolific and range in size from 20 pounds to 60 pounds. Many dogs of this size were bred as working dogs and have high levels of energy. However, in today's society, most now live less active lifestyles in comparison. To stay at an ideal weight, they need to engage in regular activity daily and consume an optimal diet.

Medium Breed Weight Chart

 
Dog Breed Weight Male Weight Female Height Male Height Female
American Bully 50-130 pounds  45-120 pounds 17-20 inches 16-19 inches
American Cocker Spaniel 25-30 pounds  15-25 pounds 15 inches 14 inches
American Staffordshire Terrier 57-67 pounds 45-55 pounds 17-19 inches 16-18 inches
Basenji 22-26 pounds 20-25 pounds 16-17 inches 15-16 inches
Beagle 22-25 pounds 20-23 pounds 14-16 inches 13-15 inches
Bull Terrier 55-80 pounds  45-65 pounds 20-24 inches  20-24 inches
Bulldog 50-55 pounds  48-52 pounds 12-16 inches 10-14 inches
Cairn Terrier 14-18 pounds  13-17 pounds 10-13 inches 9-12 inches
Catahoula Leopard Dog 60-110 pounds  50-100 pounds 22-26 inches 20-24 inches
Chinese Shar-Pei 40-60 pounds  35-55 pounds 18-20 inches 16-18 inches
Dandie Dinmont Terrier 20-24 pounds  18-22 pounds 8-11 inches 8-11 inches
English Bulldog 50-55 pounds  48-52 pounds 12-16 inches  10-14 inches
English Cocker Spaniel 28-34 pounds 26-32 pounds 15-17 inches 14-16 inches
English Toy Spaniel 10-14 pounds 8-12 pounds 10-11 inches  8-9 inches
Jagd Terrier 20-22 pounds 18-20 pounds 13-16 inches  11-14 inches
Kerry Blue Terrier 35-40 pounds 33-38 pounds 18-20 inches 17-19 inches
Lakeland Terrier 14-18 pounds  13-16 pounds 13-15 inches  11-13 inches
Miniature Bull Terrier 24-33 pounds 22-30 pounds 10-14 inches 8-12 inches
Miniature English Bulldog 14-18 pounds 11-16 pounds 10-14 inches 8-12 inches
Mudi 20-30 pounds  18-27 pounds 14-20 inches 12-18 inches
Pomsky 9-15 pounds  9-15 pounds 35-45 inches 35-45 inches
Portuguese Water Dog 35-50 pounds 30-49 pounds 20-22 inches 17-20 inches
Puli 25-35 pounds 20-30 pounds 16-17 inches 14-16 inches
Pumi 18-33 pounds 16-30 pounds 13-19 inches 12-17 inches
Samoyed 45-65 pounds 35-50 pounds 21-23 inches 19-21 inches
Shar-Pei 40-60 pounds  35-55 pounds 20-20 inches 16-18 inches
Shetland Sheepdog 14-18 pounds  12-16 pounds 13-15 inches 12-14 inches
Shiba Inu 20-30 pounds 18-28 pounds 14-16 inches 13-15 inches
Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier 35-45 pounds  30-40 pounds 18-20 inches 17-19 inches
Staffordshire Bull Terrier 25-38 pounds  23-35 pounds 17-19 inches 16-18 inches
Standard Poodle 45-70 pounds  45-60 pounds 15-26 inches 15-25 inches
Tibetan Spaniel 11-15 pounds 9-13 pounds 9-10 inches  9-10 inches
Tibetan Terrier 18-30 pounds 16-28 pounds 14-17 inches  13-15 inches
Uruguayan Cimarron 84-99 pounds 72-88 pounds 23-24 inches  21-23 inches
Welsh Terrier 20-21 pounds 19-20 pounds 14-16 inches 14-16 inches
 

Large Breeds

Large dogs are a category that encompasses most dogs weighing 50 pounds and 100 pounds. Large dogs can be the perfect choice for people who have a lot of space to accommodate them. A health issue that can affect large dogs as they get older is obesity. As they get older, their mobility becomes restricted due to joint problems, which in turn leads them to walk less and eat more food because they aren't moving as much. If you believe your dog is overweight, it is important to take action before his large size becomes more of a problem. It's best for your dog’s health and longevity if he stays healthy with an appropriate weight throughout adulthood.

Large Breed Weight Chart

 
Dog Breed Weight Male Weight Female Height Male Height Female
Afghan Hound 50-60 pounds 40-50 pounds 25-27 inches 23-25 inches
Airedale Terrier 50-65 pounds 40-45 pounds 22-24 inches  22-23 inches
Akita Inu 75-120 pounds 75-110 pounds 26-28 inches 24-26 inches
Alaskan Malamute 80-95 pounds 70-85 pounds 24-26 inches 22-24 inches
American Akita 75-120 pounds 75-110 pounds 26-28 inches 24-26 inches
American Bulldog 70-120 pounds 60-110 pounds 22-28 inches  20-26 inches
Appenzeller 49-70 pounds 49-70 pounds 22-23 inches  18-20 inches
Argentine Dogo 80-100 pounds 70-80 pounds 24-27 inches 22-25 inches
Australian Shepherd 50-65 pounds 40-55 pounds 20-23 inches 18-21 inches
Basset Hound 50-65 pounds  45-60 pounds 12-15 inches 11-14 inches
Bearded Collie 45-60 pounds  40-55 pounds 21-22 inches 20-21 inches
Belgian Malinois 55-65 pounds 40-60 pounds 24-26 inches  22-24 inches
Belgian Sheepdog 60-80 pounds  40-70 pounds 24-26 inches 22-24 inches
Belgian Tervuren 65-75 pounds  60-70 pounds 24-26 inches 22-24 inches
Bloodhound 90-110 pounds 80-100 pounds 25-27 inches 23-25 inches
Bobtail 65-85 pounds 60-75 pounds 22-24 inches 20-22 inches
Border Collie 30-45 pounds 27-42 pounds 19-22 inches 18-21 inches
Bouvier 75-90 pounds  60-80 pounds 23-28 inches 22-27 inches
Boxer 60-70 pounds  53-65 pounds 22-25 inches 21-24 inches
Briard 60-90.9 pounds 50-75 pounds 23-27 inches 22-26 inches
Cane Corso 99-110 pounds 88-89 pounds 24-27 inches 23-25 inches
Chow Chow 50-70 pounds 45-65 pounds 19-22 inches  18-20 inches
Clumber Spaniel 60-85 pounds  55-70 pounds 19-20 inches  17-19 inches
Collie 60-75 pounds 50-65 pounds 24-26 inches 22-24 inches
Dalmatian 50-70 pounds 45-55 pounds 22-24 inches 20-22 inches
Doberman Pinscher 66-90 pounds  65-80 pounds 26-28 inches 24-26 inches
Dogo Argentino 80-100 pounds 70-80 pounds 24-27 inches 22-25 inches
Dogue de Bordeaux 110-145 pounds 99-120 pounds 23-30 inches 22-27 inches
English Setter 55-80 pounds 45-70 pounds 24-27 inches 23-27 inches
Entlebucher 55-66 pounds  45-55 pounds 19-20 inches 16-18 inches
French Mastiff 110-145 pounds 99-120 pounds 23-30 inches 22-27 inches
German Pointer 60-70 pounds 45-65 pounds 24-26 inches  22-24 inches
German Shepherd Dog 77-95 pounds 75-85 pounds 24-26 inches 22-24 inches
Golden Retriever 60-80 pounds 55-70 pounds 22-24 inches 20-22 inches
Groenandael Belgian Shepherd 55-80 pounds 50-65 pounds 24-26 inches  22-24 inches
Hungarian Greyhound 53-68 pounds  49-64 pounds 25.5-27.5 inches 24-26 inches
Hungarian Vizsla 45-60 pounds 40-55 pounds 22-26 inches  20-24 inches
Irish Setter 65-75 pounds 55-65 pounds 26-28 inches  24-26 inches
Irish Terrier 25-27 pounds 22-26 pounds 18-19 inches  16-18 inches
Italian Greyhound 6-10 pounds 4-8 pounds 12-15 inches 10-13 inches
Italian Mastiff 99-110 pounds 88-89 pounds 24-27 inches 23-25 inches
Kai Ken 35-40 pounds 30-35 pounds 18-20 inches 18-20 inches
Korean Jindo Dog 18-23 pounds 15-19 pounds 50-55 inches 45-50 inches
Kuvasz 100-115 pounds 70-90 pounds 28-30 inches 26-28 inches
Labradoodle 37-143 pounds 33-132 pounds 14-24 inches  14-23 inches
Labrador Retriever 60-75 pounds 55-70 pounds 22-24 inches 21-23 inches
Old English Sheepdog 65-85 pounds 60-75 pounds 22-24 inches 20-22 inches
Pointer 44-66 pounds 42-60 pounds 22-24 inches  21-24 inches
Polski Owczarek Nizinny 30-35 pounds 28-33 pounds 16-20 inches  14-18 inches
Rhodesian Ridgeback 80-90 pounds 65-75 pounds 25-27 inches 24-26 inches
Rottweiler 95-130 pounds  85-115 pounds 24-27 inches  22-25 inches
Saluki 29-66 pounds 27-60 pounds 26-30 inches 20-25 inches
Siberian Husky 45-60 pounds 35-50 pounds 21-23 inches  20-22 inches
Sussex Spaniel 40-44 pounds 35-42 pounds 15-16 inches  13-15 inches
Transylvanian Hound 66-77 pounds  60-70 pounds 22-26 inches  18-22 inches
Vizsla 45-60 pounds 40-55 pounds 22-26 inches 20-24 inches
Weimaraner 55-70 pounds  50-65 pounds 24-27 inches 22-25 inches
White Swiss Shepherds Dog 77-85 pounds 65-78 pounds 24-26 inches 22-24 inches
 

Giant Breeds

Giant dog breeds include those with an adult weight of around 100 pounds and over when fully grown, such as Irish Wolfhounds, Mastiffs, and Great Danes. These are the largest dog breeds in the world when they are fully grown. Many of them, though fearsome in looks, are gentle giants in actuality. Due to their impressive size, these dogs need to be walked and exercised more often and, as you'd expect, be fed much larger portions of food to match their stature. However, as with other dog breeds, size, lack of exercise, and too many treats or poor nutrition choices can result in a giant obese dog. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, an English Mastiff named Zorba was the heaviest dog on record, weighing an enormous 343 pounds.

Giant Breed Weight Chart

 
Dog Breed Weight Male Weight Female Height Male Height Female
Bernese Mountain Dog 85-110 pounds 80-105 pounds 24-28 inches 23-27 inches
Black Russian Terrier 110-133 pounds 99-110 pounds 28-30 inches  26.7-29 inches
Boerboel 154-200 pounds  150-200 pounds 25-28 inches 23-25 inches
Borzoi 75-105 pounds  60-90 pounds 28-33 inches 26-30 inches
Bucovina Shepherd 121-154 pounds 99-132 pounds 27-31 inches 25-28 inches
Bullmastiff 110-133 pounds  100-120 pounds 25-27 inches  24-26 inches
Canary Dog 95-110 pounds  80-90 pounds 21-25 inches  20-23 inches
Caucasian Mountain Dog 99-154 pounds 80-130 pounds 25-30 inches 24-28 inches
Central Asian Ovtcharka 121-176 pounds 88-143 pounds 27-32 inches 24-27 inches
English Mastiff 150-250 pounds 120-200 pounds 30-34 inches 27-32 inches
Fila Brasileiro 90-110 pounds 80-90 pounds 25-29 inches  24-27 inches
Giant Schnauzer 60-80 pounds 55-75 pounds 26-28 inches 23-26 inches
Great Dane 120-200 pounds 100-130 pounds 30-34 inches 28-32 inches
Great Pyrenees 100-125 pounds 85-115 pounds 27-32 inches 25-29 inches
Great Swiss Mountain Dog 130-135 pounds 85-110 pounds 23-28 inches 23-27 inches
Hovawart 55-90 pounds 55-77 pounds 23-28 inches 22-28 inches
Irish Wolfhound 90-150 pounds 80-130 pounds 28-35 inches 26-33 inches
Komondor 110-135 pounds 88-110 pounds 27 inches 19-22 inches
Landseer 132-150 pounds 100-120 pounds 21-28 inches 26-28 inches
Leonberger 130-170 pounds 100-130 pounds 29-31 inches 27-29 inches
Mastiff 150-250 pounds 120-200 pounds 30-34 inches 27-32 inches
Moscow Watchdog 130-150 pounds 100-130 pounds 25-27 inches 23-25 inches
Neapolitan Mastiff 130-180 pounds  120-160 pounds 26-30 inches 24-28 inches
Newfoundland 130-150 pounds  100-120 pounds 27-29 inches 25-27 inches
Presa Canario 95-110 pounds 80-90 pounds 21-25 inches 21-25 inches
Romanian Mioritic Shepherd 120-150 pounds  100-130 pounds 27-29 inches 25-28 inches
Saint Bernard 110-200 pounds 100-160 pounds 25-27 inches  23-25 inches
Scottish Deerhound 80-110 pounds 75-90 pounds 26-28 inches 30 inches
South Russian Sheepdog 110-140 pounds 100-130 pounds 25-28 inches 24-27 inches
Standard Schnauzer 30-45 pounds  30-40 pounds 18-20 inches 17-19 inches
Tibetan Mastiff 140-170 pounds 130-160 pounds 25-28 inches 23-26 inches
Tosa Inu 120-170 pounds 90-140 pounds 23-25 inches 21-24 inches
 

Mixed Breeds

Mixed breed dogs are a combination of two or more breeds, which makes it difficult to determine their weight; it can be difficult to answer without knowing all their genetic information. One way to determine a mixed breed's weight is by using a formula that considers both parent's weights and body type. If one parent is a Labrador Retriever and another is a German Shepherd, then we can roughly estimate weight as anywhere between 55 and 95 pounds. Of course, this will only work if your dog is only of two mixed breeds. It will also be more likely that the mixed breed would be on the higher end of the scale if the father were the German Shepherd and the mother a Lab and vice versa. Really the best way to know if mixed breeds are under or overweight would be to use the body condition score we discussed earlier in the article and check its abdomen, hip, and rib area to determine the weight.

Puppy Growth

Puppies grow at different rates, and many factors contribute to a puppy's growth rate, such as the size of the litter and breed. All puppies will grow the most from birth to eight weeks old.  Small breed dogs and medium-sized dogs develop and mature more quickly than larger breeds of dogs, typically becoming fully grown within 12 months. On the other hand, large and giant breeds will usually reach full size and maturity at the age of 18 months. You'll also find that your pet will reach the full height before it reaches its full adult weight, so don't worry if it looks a little scrawny. It will soon catch up! However, do be aware that each puppy is one of a kind, so they might grow at a faster or slower rate. Our puppy growth chart provides an average of what you should expect, but it is not set in stone.

Puppy Weight Chart

If you want to determine how fast your pup is growing, use this handy chart.  
Puppies Age Weight in Pounds
Small Breeds
2 months 1.5lbs 2.0lbs 2.5lbs 3.0lbs 3.5lbs 4.0lbs
3 months 2.3lbs 3.0lbs 3.8lbs 4.5lbs 5.3lbs 6.0lbs
4 months 3.0lbs 4.0lbs 5.0lbs 6.0lbs 7.0lbs 8.0lbs
5 months 4.1lbs 5.5lbs 6.9lbs 8.3lbs 9.6lbs 11.0lbs
6 months 4.9lbs 6.5lbs 8.1lbs 9.8lbs 11.4lbs 13.0lbs
7 months 5.6lbs 7.5lbs 9.4lbs 11.3lbs 13.1lbs 15.0lbs
8 months 6.6lbs 8.8lbs 10.9lbs 13.1lbs 15.3lbs 17.5lbs
9 months 7.3lbs 9.8lbs 12.2lbs 14.6lbs 17.1lbs 19.5lbs
10 months 8.1lbs 19.8lbs 13.4lbs 16.1lbs 18.8lbs 21.5lbs
11 months 9.0lbs 12.0lbs 15.0lbs 18.0lbs 21.0lbs 24.0lbs
12 months 9.8lbs 13.0lbs 16.3lbs 19.5lbs 22.8lbs 26.0lbs
Medium Breeds
2 months 4.0lbs 4.5lbs 5.0lbs 5.5lbs 6.0lbs 7.0lbs 8.0lbs
3 months 6.0lbs 6.8lbs 7.5lbs 8.3lbs 9.0lbs 10.5lbs 12.0lbs
4 months 8.0lbs 9.0lbs 10.0lbs 11.0lbs 12.0lbs 14.0lbs 16.0lbs
5 months 11.0lbs 12.4lbs 13.8lbs 15.1lbs 16.5lbs 19.3lbs 22.0lbs
6 months 13.0lbs 14.6lbs 16.3lbs 17.9lbs 19.5lbs 22.8lbs 26.0lbs
7 months 15.0lbs 16.9lbs 18.8lbs 20.6lbs 22.5lbs 26.3lbs 30.0lbs
8 months 17.5lbs 19.7lbs 21.9lbs 24.1lbs 26.3lbs 30.6lbs 35.0lbs
9 months 19.5lbs 21.9lbs 24.4lbs 26.8lbs 29.3lbs 34.1lbs 39.0lbs
10 months 21.5lbs 24.2lbs 26.9lbs 29.6lbs 32.3lbs 37.6lbs 43.0lbs
11 months 24.0lbs 27.0lbs 30.0lbs 33.0lbs 36.0lbs 42.0lbs 48.0lbs
12 months 26.0lbs 29.3lbs 32.5lbs 35.8lbs 39.0lbs 45.5lbs 52.0lbs
Large Breeds
2 months 9.0lbs 10.0lbs 11.0lbs 12.0lbs 13.0lbs 14.0lbs 15.0lbs
3 months 13.5lbs 15.0lbs 16.5lbs 18.0lbs 19.5lbs 21.0lbs 22.5lbs
4 months 18.0lbs 20.0lbs 22.0lbs 24.0lbs 26.0lbs 28.0lbs 30.0lbs
5 months 24.8lbs 27.5lbs 30.3lbs 33.0lbs 35.8lbs 38.5lbs 41.3lbs
6 months 29.3lbs 32.5lbs 35.8lbs 39.0lbs 42.3lbs 45.5lbs 48.8lbs
7 months 33.8lbs 37.5lbs 41.3lbs 45.0lbs 48.8lbs 52.5lbs 56.3lbs
8 months 39.4lbs 43.8lbs 48.1lbs 52.5lbs 56.9lbs 61.3lbs 65.5lbs
9 months 43.9lbs 48.8lbs 53.6lbs 58.5lbs 63.4lbs 68.3lbs 73.1lbs
10 months 48.4lbs 53.8lbs 59.1lbs 64.5lbs 69.9lbs 75.3lbs 80.6lbs
11 months 54.0lbs 60.0lbs 66.0lbs 72.0lbs 78.0lbs 84.0lbs 90.0lbs
12 months 58.5lbs 65.0lbs 71.5lbs 78.0lbs 84.5lbs 91.0lbs 97.5lbs
18 months 87.8lbs 97.5lbs 107.3lbs 117.0lbs 126.8lbs 136.5lbs 146.3lbs
Giant Breeds
2 months 16.0lbs 17.0lbs 18.0lbs 19.0lbs 20.0lbs 21.0lbs
3 months 24.0lbs 25.5lbs 27.0lbs 28.5lbs 30.0lbs 31.5lbs
4 months 32.0lbs 34.0lbs 36.0lbs 38.0lbs 40.0lbs 42.0lbs
5 months 34.0lbs 36.1lbs 38.3lbs 40.4lbs 42.5lbs 44.6lbs
6 months 52.0lbs 55.3lbs 58.5lbs 61.8lbs 65.0lbs 68.3lbs
7 months 60.0lbs 63.8lbs 67.5lbs 71.3lbs 75.0lbs 78.8lbs
8 months 70.0lbs 74.4lbs 78.8lbs 83.1lbs 87.5lbs 91.9lbs
9 months 78.0lbs 82.9lbs 87.8lbs 92.6lbs 96.5lbs 102.4lbs
10 months 86.0lbs 91.4lbs 96.8lbs 102.1lbs 107.5lbs 112.9lbs
11 months 96.0lbs 102.0lbs 108.0lbs 114.0lbs 120.0lbs 126.0lbs
12 months 104.0lbs 110.5lbs 117.0lbs 123.5lbs 130.0lbs 136.5lbs
18 months 156.0lbs 165.8lbs 175.5lbs 185.3lbs 195.0lbs 204.8lbs
 

In Conclusion

After reading this article, you should better understand how to determine if your dog is in the correct weight range. You can use the provided charts to reference what weight class your pet falls into based on their breed and size. Take into account that the weight of dogs changes depending on the time of year (i.e., winter and summer), so consider checking again in 4 to 6 months when it's more likely an accurate representation of where your pet stands at any given moment.