Chase's weight

by Allison
(Ballwin, MO)

Chase my GSD baby at 3 months

Chase my GSD baby at 3 months

Chase my GSD baby at 3 months
Chase at 3 1/2 months
Chase almost 4 months
4 months clean and fluffy after a bath

His name is Chase. I got him in Tampa, Florida and he is a purebred GSD.


His last vet visit was 7/24 and he weighed 17.6 pounds. When I got him, he weighed 8 pounds.

Chase eats Blue and has a great appetite.

If it's not raining or too hot, he gets a walk a day. If raining, he gets to play with his Old English Sheepdog brother.

Chase seems to be smaller than the chart but my vet says he is the right weight.

Update: 8/27 vet appointment for rabies shot he weighed 33 pounds. He gained 15 pounds in a month!

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Update
by: Allison

Chase is 11 months and 90 pounds!!!

Update
by: Allison

Chase is 9 months and 75 pounds.

Update
by: Allison

Chase will be 9 months on January 25. He is currently 27 inches tall and 73 pounds.

Update
by: Allison

Chase is 8 months and 67 pounds

Update
by: Allison

Chase is 7 months and 64 pounds.

Puppy
by: kmockers

My ten week old gsd puppy is also called Zeus. Great name!

He weighed 6.6 kg at the vet's the day before he was ten weeks but everyone commented on how big he was going to be!!

Update
by: Allison

Chase is 5 months now he is a little over 40 pounds and 23 inches tall! He is going to be big

Reply
by: Allison

Chase's ears are up. He will be 4 months on the 25th of August.

Weight
by: Chris South Africa

Hi!

He looks a lot smaller than our 1 at the same age but not all GSD grow at the same rate.

We are feeding Hills science plan and it works for our pups. Zeus is now 19 weeks and Hera 10 weeks. Everyone who sees them comments on their rapid growth but according to our vet they are both healthy.

So just stick to what you are doing, he looks very good

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