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Matte
4th December 2007, 01:21 PM
Our six month old female weighs 3.7 kilos (slightly less than 8 1/4 pounds). What do other six month olds out there weigh?

Charleen
5th December 2007, 04:03 AM
Jolly weighed 13.2 pounds at 6 months old. At 9 months he weighed 15 pounds and today at 18 months old he still weighs 15 pounds.

Caraline
5th December 2007, 10:08 AM
At age 6 months, Beau weighed 7.6 kilos. I think that is around 16 lbs. He is a rather long (though thin) lad now weighing 9 kilos. There seems to be a big variety in sizes of Cavaliers, with many falling well outside of the breed standard.

Unless you are planning on showing & breeding it probably doesn't really matter, with the main thing being that your dog is a healthy weight for his size - ie not overweight or too thin. I've seen some little girls that are about half the size of my guys, but they are in proportion, look healthy & happy.

Eeva
10th December 2007, 11:50 PM
Don't worry. Our Hermie weighed 3.75 kilos at 10 months, and Maija 4.5 kilos. They are fine, just very fussy eaters. :)

cy1266
11th December 2007, 12:11 AM
Miles weighed around 12 lbs at 6 months, and at 8 months he's now about 14 lbs...

Lisa_T
11th December 2007, 10:30 PM
This actually means something to me now... both my girls (4 and a half and one, respectively) weigh just under 12 and a half pounds, so I guess that puts them at the petite end of the scale.

Matte
12th December 2007, 11:57 AM
In the past week she's now gone up to 3.9 kilos (8.5 lbs) so it seems as though she's having a growth spurt now, and she feels more muscular. She's also really maturing emotionally, which is great fun to see.

sallymum
12th December 2007, 12:17 PM
I dont bother weighing mine. I just keep an eye on their waist line, if it seems to be disappering i cut down on their food and treats for a day or 2. With cavs i think its pointless weighin them as they all seem to be different shape and sizes. What weight looks ok on 1 cav mighten look right on another.