The Dog Food Calculator below can help you estimate the proper serving size for your pet. It's based upon a study published by a respected veterinary institute.1
To use the calculator, you'll need to know your dog's ideal weight. This is what you believe your pet should weigh.
You'll also need to know the number of calories in the specific dog food you're feeding him.
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Every puppy is different, so expect the average growth curve to look different as well. Puppies are such cute creatures and sometimes they gain weight faster or slower than normal.
For more accurate weight predictions, do be sure to get a dog DNA test kit.
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Since every puppy is different, the average growth curve may notmatch exactly. Some puppies gain weight faster and some a littles lower, so don't get worried if the result looks different from whatyou expected.
On average, small dogs take 9 months to reach their adult weight. While larger dogs can take up to 1.5 years to reach their adult weight.
Do take note that the puppy weight chart is just an estimate. If your puppy's adult does not fall within the range of weights provided, it would be best to contact a veterinarian.