I was always told to take the weight they are gaining per month up to around 6 months, then multiply by 10. That's why I said your puppy would be at least 90, because at 6 months, he was gaining 10 pounds a month. That should be 100, but ours have always come out 5 or so pounds lighter than that, but it is usually a pretty close measurement.i do not agree with the double at 4 months deal.if thats the case half the dogs on this web site would be 20-30 pounds lighter than what they are at full growen.my atty would have stoped growing 4 months ago.there is no formula for weight config.just look at the parents
I second that! The animal will become what it's genetics dictate, just sit back and let it happen. Don't try to pack on weight while puppy is still developing. condition him once he's fully grown.weight is the least of my concerns at 9 weeks.
all i really care about is what u call him... apbt or ambully????didt really want a 100 pound dog.untill i saw his daddy carry 91 pounds and it looks so impressive.i could care less if its not the standard.the standard 65 pounds is like debating the chicken and the egg.its called evolution.as the years go on humans get faster ,stronger and bigger.why wouldnt dogs???????