I hope this helps...don't know how accurate it is, though. Especially with Bull-dogs. They seem to be different in everything. And my first thought about the food and weight is that she may be on her way to becoming overweight. Just limit treats to green beans, carrots and ice cubes. They are good for your bully and low in calories. It seems to me that bullys are prone to easily becoming overweight, but there is alot of people on here with the experience of succefully getting and maintaining their bullys weight to a healthy size. They too will probobly be better to tell you if Molly's weight is normal at her age. Good luck.
- Your Puppy's Size, Age, and Weight
Dogs are categorized as small, medium, and large. Based on your dog's breed, identify its size.
Calculate your puppy's age in weeks. Below is the general time frame when each size grows the fastest:
Toy and small: birth to 3 months (12 weeks)
Medium: birth to 4 months (16 weeks)
Large: birth to 5 months (20 weeks)
Weigh your puppy on the scale.
Calculate Projected Adult Weight
Below is an equation to give you a general idea of your puppy's adult weight. Remember that males are often larger than females and depending on your puppy's age, he may be past his stage of rapid growth.
Growth = Current weight / Age in weeks
Estimated adult weight = Growth x 52
Example: A toy poodle is 3 pounds at 14 weeks. His projected adult weight is less than 9.75 pounds.
Growth = 3 lbs / 14 weeks = 0.214 lbs/week
Estimated adult weight = 0.214 lbs/week x 52 weeks = 9.75 lbs
The toy poodle has passed his rapid growth stage, so he should grow to less than the estimated adult weight.
Example: A beagle weighs 10 pounds at 4 months. His projected adult weight is 32.5 pounds.
Growth = 10 lbs / 16 weeks = 0.625 lbs/week
Estimated adult weight = 0.625 lbs/week x 52 weeks = 32.5 lbs
The beagle is at the end of his growth spurt, so the estimated adult weight can be considered fairly accurate.
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