Are you thinking of bringing home a Boxer puppy but don’t know how big it’ll get? Or maybe you already have a Boxer at home, and you’re worried they’re growing too slowly.
Luckily, we have all the answers about your Boxer’s puppy and adult weight and height. So keep reading to learn more.
More about puppy weight gain
On average, small dogs take 9 months to reach their adult weight. While larger dogs can take up to 1.5 years to reach their adult weight.
Do take note that the puppy weight chart is just an estimate. If your puppys adult does not fall within the range of weights provided, it would be best to contact a veterinarian.
Be sure to check out our review of the Best Puppy Food to help your pooch grow up healthily.
Is A Boxer A Medium Or Large Breed?
Boxer is a medium to large sized breed with a boxy chest and muscular body. Even though they aren’t too big to live comfortably in an apartment, they do have high energy levels and require lots of exercise during the day. If you’d like to welcome a Boxer to your family, make sure you have enough time to spare for exercise and playtime in a backyard or a dog park nearby.
How big should a 6-month-old Boxer be?
A 6-month-old male Boxer should weigh around 41 to 48 pounds, while a 6-month-old female Boxer will weigh about 39 to 44 pounds.
According to Care.com, puppies reach about 75% of their full height at six months of age. For a male Boxer puppy, this would be around 17 to 19 inches tall. 6-month-old Female Boxer puppies will be approximately 16 to 18 inches tall.
Pro Tip: Check out this downloadable new puppy checklist covering topics like vaccination schedules, setting up the home for a new puppy, teething, veterinary visits, and more!
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