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Bella's weight at 20 months old 143.5 lbs

a little high according to the weight charts, but she doesn't appear to "look "  over weight.

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Titan is 12 months and 195 pounds....although he looks like he needs to eat more!!!


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On her 7 month birthday, Raisin weighed in at a lean 118.6 lbs.

**update - Raisin weighed in at 134 lbs at 10 months old and nice and lean**


**update - At 11 months, Raisin weighed in at 140lbs**

**update again - At 17 months, Raisin weighs in at 160lbs**



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We are just back from the vet for the customs papers.

At 3.5 months old, Rose (girl) is 55lbs and Edouard (boy) is 60lbs.


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How does the weight work on the chart.  Is the weight shown on the scale for when they turn the age or at the end of the age.  My boy is 7 1/2 months old.  He weighs 149lbs.  He isn't fat at all, so I think he is just average for the breed.  At the shoulders he is 30 1/2 inches.  He is just really long.  Is he average, oversize and he is eating 10-12 cups a day.  He is really skinny still.  Should he eat more less? 

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Our 1 year old, Lamars Kahless The Unforgettable didn't follow the chart at all.  And we were consciously trying to minimize his growth rate.  He is a just a big puppy.



This is Kahless at 9 months old:



Here is Kahless at 2.5 years old and 240 lbs:


Here is Ch. Lamars Kahless The Unforgettable at 3 years old and 251 lbs:




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My mastiff is 17 months and he is about 155 lbs, is he under weight for his age? 
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Absolutely not.  Don't worry, they all grow at different rates and they will continue to grow as long as 3 years of age. 
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I am a new Mastiff owner. My pup was 11 lbs at 7 weeks and is now 17lbs at almost 9. He was sick with Coccidia and wasn't eating too well at first but now he scarfs down 3/4 to 1 cup of food. 4xs per day. He is way below the weight chart. Should I be worried? Should I be feeding him so much? (He has a bit of a pot belly but ribs show when he bends down.
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I am also a new mastiff owner.  My little girl, Gyda, seems to weigh much less than what the chart suggests.  She just turned 7 months today and she weighs about 75lbs.  Her mom was about 170 at 2 years and her dad about 215 I think.  We keep her on the leaner side but she definitely isn't overly skinny.  No ribs are visible, but they are easily felt.  She also just started her first heat about a week ago.  Wondering if she if just going to be a smaller mastiff? 

 


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