Had to check our 1st vet visit papers for this one, at 10 1/2 weeks Donner was 19.4 lbs (must be part-horse )
I agree. You really can't compare puppy weights, because they all grow so differently. You want to look at condition - he should be on the thin side, it is far better for his long-term health. At ideal weight you would just see the last 2-3 ribs, and his side should feel like the back of your hand; however puppies go through odd growth phases, and some days you will be able to see all of his ribs from across the room, while others it will look like his skin is falling off of him. So long as his ribs are easily palpable, and his spine and hips aren't especially prominent, he's likely at a good weight.samsonsmom\";p=\"45073 said:Unless you can really see his spine, don't worry so much about weight..He's a baby, he'll add it on and it's better that he stays a bit on the thin side anyways..Believe me, it's a lot harder to get it off than put it on!!!
OMG :bs?!?!: your kinding right.. :eh: how much food do you go through in a month? :crazyeye: just wondering :?:lulu\";p=\"45919 said:Delila weighed 11 lbs at 9 weeks, and 13 at 11 weeks. She is a skinny little girl with tall legs. She looks like a baby kangaroo. My Ekim weighed 19 lbs at 11 weeks and at age 5 he is 95lbs.