A few tips on the weight of the puppy Siberian Husky, during its growth:
Growth of Siberian Husky female:
According to its size, the weight of the Siberian Husky female at 3 months should be between 14.3 and 19.8 lbs.
At 6 months, the Siberian Husky female weighs on average between 26.3 lbs for the smallest individuals and 36.8 lbs for the largest individuals.
How much must a Siberian Husky Female at 1 year? Enter 34.3 and 49.2 lbs.
The Siberian Husky female will end up growing at 16 months.
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Growth of Siberian Husky male:
According to its size, the weight of the Siberian Husky male at 3 months should be between 17.6 and 23 lbs.
At 6 months, the Siberian Husky male weighs on average between 32.5 lbs for the smallest individuals and 42.7 lbs for the largest individuals.
How much must a Siberian Husky male at 1 year? Between 42.8 and 57.7 lbs.
The Siberian Husky male will end its growth at 16 months.
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Siberian Husky : Control your dog's weight
Control the weight of your Siberian Husky during its growth allows you to know if you are feeding it correctly. It is important to control the weight of your puppy during its growth: you prevent some health or joint problems. A puppy with no problem of weight will also have less tendency to have an adult one, because as in the human, good habits are taken very young.Dog weight chart Siberian Husky
Your Puppy's growth:
Monitor your puppy's weight, Compare it with the average curve and that of other registered dogs, possibly print its weight curve to seek advice from your veterinarian or share it on the forums.
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