What is the average weight of a German Shepherd dog?

What is the average weight of a German Shepherd dog?

66 – 88 lbsAdult
49 – 71 lbsAdult
German Shepherd/Mass

What is the standard German Shepherd?

The German Shepherd Dog is medium-size, slightly elongated, powerful and well-muscled, with dry bone and firm overall structure. The height at the withers amounts to 60 cm to 65 cm for male dogs and 55 cm to 60 cm for female dogs. The trunk length exceeds the dimension at the height at the withers by about 10 – 17 %.

How big is a 7 month old German Shepherd?

Male German Shepherd Growth Chart

Age Height Weight
5 months 14 – 16” 40 – 49 lbs
6 months 16 – 18” 49 – 57 lbs
7 months 19 – 20” 57 – 62 lbs
8 months 20 – 22” 62 – 66 lbs

How heavy should my German Shepherd be?

Male: 66–88 lbs30–40 kg
Female: 49–71 lbs22–32 kg
German Shepherd/Weight

How big is a 4 month old German Shepherd?

4 month old German Shepherd puppy At four months, your puppy will weight somewhere between 28.5-39.5 lbs. That’s pretty big! It’s about half of the adult weight your dog will eventually reach. At this age pups can look quite gawky and skinny.

Which German Shepherd is best?

1. Saddle Coat German Shepherd. The German Shepherd dogs of this type are also called Saddle Back Shepherds. They are the most recognized German Shepherds of all time.

Why are some German Shepherds so big?

Why Breed Big German Shepherds? There are several reasons for breeding larger than normal German Shepherds. Breeders of GSDs that will be trained for physically demanding tasks like search and rescue or military and police work can cultivate large size, muscular strength, endurance, and athleticism.

What does a large German Shepherd weight?

Do German Shepherds bark alot?

German Shepherds have one of the loudest barks and they may bark so loudly that they don’t even hear you. You cannot out yell or scream your German Shepherd while they’re barking at strangers, plus this doesn’t teach them anything except that you also have a strong reaction to the stranger.