Golden Retriever puppies are so cute that most owners wish they would not grow or increase in size. I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but your lovely golden puppy will grow bigger than his current size, and you should be ready for that and prepare accordingly.
Growth Of A Golden Retriever
Golden retrievers grow at individual heights and weights. The height of golden retrievers is measured from ground to shoulder. You should not fret if your retriever’s growth is not necessarily conforming to the average heights and weights. Dogs are unique in their own ways.
Also, golden retrievers grow quickly, averaging between 5% and 10% per week. By the 9th month, your dog should reach his full height, and then fully mature between ages 1 and 2. Factors such as sex, genetics, age, etc do affect your dog’s growth.
What Is The Average Height Of An Adult Female Retriever?
Measuring from the shoulder, adult female retriever averages between 21.5 and 22.5 inches tall, while their overall height averages between 28.5 and 31.5 inches tall. Female adult retrievers are however usually smaller than males. What then is the average height of adult male retrievers?
Average Height Of Adult Male Retrievers
Measuring from the shoulder, an adult male retriever averages between 23 and 24 inches, while their overall height can be between 28.5 and 31.5 inches tall. Male adult retrievers usually weigh 10 pounds more than females.
A wonderful family pet is the medium-sized to giant Golden Retriever.
One of the most well-liked dog breeds today, Golden Retrievers have a loyal disposition, a welcoming vibe, and a willingness to learn.
These puppies can vary in size, just like any other breed, but averages are a great method to gauge their general size before bringing a new puppy home!
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