Golden Retriever Growth Chart

Roberto Manzotti

If you have a new Golden Retriever puppy, you may be questioning if your puppy develops and grows at an ideal pace. Since each breed of dog varies in regards to height and weight requirements, it is useful to see a golden retriever growth chart. We shared it in LBS but you can easily convert it in KG or in others weight unities.

puppy weightThe chart should begin with the average birth weight and illustrate how the puppy will progress during its first year. Puppies are like children, they tend to do better when raised in a nurturing environment and handled carefully from an early age. This emphasizes the importance of locating the right breeder.

The first stage in understanding your dog growth is to become familiar with the mother of the puppies. If the mother pre-pregnancy weight is identified, the puppies ought to weigh approximately 1% of that weight. However, this is the general guide for newborn baby dogs. The healthy puppy must double the birth weight in the first week. The breed precise growth chart can be very useful to measure the progress of your puppy.

The male and female puppies have a little different guideline. For example, 7 weeks old male Golden Retriever can weigh 3 lb, on average, as a female puppy can weigh 5 lb. The puppy's growth chart can aid you track how your dog compares to the average Retriever in its first year. Keep in mind that minor differences are not a cause for alarm: it is not compulsory for your pup to weigh the listed amount. However, if your puppy has a very low weight, you will know that you should check with your veterinarian. 

As a new owner of Golden Retriever Puppy, you will be surprised to know that handling of puppies can boost their growth. Not only does it promote proper weight gain, but it can also affect development in other areas. In Comparing the puppies who were handled with those who did not show that the puppies that were being held opened their eyes and ears and had their hair grow faster and they even had better motor development.

You may want to know how your puppy compares to another Golden Retriever. Or are you worried that your dog growth is not on the right path? In studying Golden Retriever growth charts, it is clear that most pups gain weight between 5 and 10 percent per week. Keep in mind that a lot of factors can affect the growth rate of a puppy. Not all puppies will follow the growth chart at an exact speed.

There can be a lot of diverse reasons for this. The growth chart can alert you should there be significant differences. However, even good owners can have skinny dogs. The Golden Retriever growth charts can alert you to the common causes of slow growth.

Occasionally it comes down to a change in the dog diet. Ensure your dog likes his food and that he eats frequently. Request your veterinarian to rule out worms or any other condition. In the meantime, rest assured knowing that most puppies do well when they are raised by a loving and caring owner who has a good relationship with a trusted veterinarian and spends a lot of pleasant time with the puppy.

To ascertain if your puppy is large, small, or average-sized for his or her age, you will first find the correct chart based on the sex of your puppy. Scroll down until you locate your puppy's age on the left side of the table. Then compare your dog weight with each column subsequently to that age. If the weight of your puppy is identical or very close to the LARGEST column, consider your puppy big for his age. If your dog weight is closer to the SMALLEST column, your dog is on the smaller side of his or her age. The same is true if the weight is near the AVERAGE column.

To predict the future heights and weights of your dog growth for a period of time. If your dog weight is always in the average range, you can scroll down the average column to estimate how large your puppies maybe as an adult. The same applies to other columns too. Remember, this is just an estimate.

 

Golden Retriever Female Puppy Growth Chart (lb and kg)

Age

Smallest

Largest

Average

7 Weeks 5 lb - 2,26 kg 17 lb - 7,71 kg 9 lb - 4,08 kg
8 Weeks 5 lb - 2,26 kg 17 lb - 7,71 kg 10 lb - 4,53 kg
9 Weeks 8 lb - 3,62 kg 17 lb - 7,71 kg 12 lb - 5,44 kg
10 Weeks 10 lb - 4,53 kg 22 lb - 9,97 kg 15 lb - 6,80 kg
11 Weeks 12 lb - 5,44 kg 25 lb - 11,33 kg 17 lb - 7,71 kg
3 Months 16 lb - 7,25 kg 33 lb - 14,96 kg 22 lb - 9,97 kg
4 Months 22 lb - 9,97 kg 44 lb - 19,95 kg 30 lb - 13,60 kg
5 Months 25 lb - 11,33 kg 52 lb - 23,58 kg 40 lb - 18,14 kg
6 Months 27 lb - 12,24 kg 61 lb - 27,66 kg 43 lb - 19,50 kg
7 Months 31 lb - 14,06 kg 67 lb - 30,39 kg 45 lb - 20,41 kg
8 Months 40 lb - 18,14 kg 70 lb - 31,75 kg 52 lb - 23,58 kg
Download Golden Retriever Female Puppy Growth Chart

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Golden Retriever Male Puppy Growth Chart (lb and kg)

Age Smallest Largest Average
7 Weeks 4 lb - 1,81 kg 17 lb - 7,71 kg 9 lb - 4,08 kg
8 Weeks 5 lb - 2,26 kg 17 lb - 7,71 kg 10 lb - 4,53 kg
9 Weeks 8 lb - 3,62 kg 17 lb - 7,71 kg 12 lb - 5,44 kg
10 Weeks 10 lb - 4,53 kg 22 lb - 9,97 kg 15 lb - 6,80 kg
11 Weeks 12 lb - 5,44 kg 25 lb - 11,33 kg 17 lb - 7,71 kg
3 Months 16 lb - 7,25 kg 43 lb - 19,50 kg 22 lb -9,97 kg
4 Months 25 lb - 11,33 kg 44 lb - 19,95 kg 30 lb - 13,60 kg
5 Months 27 lb - 12,24 kg 57 lb - 25,85 kg 40 lb - 18,14 kg
6 Months 29 lb - 13,15 kg 72 lb - 32,65 kg 44 lb - 19,95 kg
7 Months 32 lb - 14,51 kg 77 lb - 34,92 kg 48 lb - 21,77 kg
8 Months 40 lb - 18,14 kg 85 lb- 38,55 kg 55 lb - 24,94 kg
Download Golden Retriever Male Puppy Growth Chart

 

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