How big will my dog get

Discussion in 'Dogs - General Dog Chat' started by FaceZ Of DeaTh, Sep 10, 2004.

  1. I know i already did this. Dont be rude and say do ur research. Because i do do my research i just wanna see what people like fila save have to say. My dog is now 5 months and 40 pounds. It is a rotty and rottweiler. Maybe the new information will change peoples previous answers. THANX
     
  2. chazhound

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    I say about 80 pounds as before.. :)
     
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    RD Are you dead yet?

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    I agree with chazhound, about 70-80lbs.
     
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    I assuming you meant to say a Blue Heeler/Rotty mix. Depends on what breed turns out dominant in the breeding, but I'd say everyone is right, 65-80 lbs. I'm going with 70. It would help to see a picture of the dog.
     
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    Rottie size varies so much now, too, that it's just a shot in the dark without knowing how big the parents are. But, considering she's put on 10 pounds in the past month, and it's safe to say that she may very well put on another 10 pounds in the next 4-6 weeks, then her growth rate should start to taper off some; a 70 - 85 pound dog would be my guesstimate.

    Of course, there are all sorts of variables, like what kind of nutrition she's getting.

    And, of course, we could all be wrong . . .
     

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