Dog lovers come in all shapes and sizes – and so do the dogs they love. Some pet owners love dogs they can carry around, like Chihuahuas and Tea Cup Terriers. Others love dogs that are almost larger than their owners, like Great Danes and Newfoundlands. Breed and size are major factors when buying clothing and other gear for your puppy. When you’re striving to get the most bang for your buck, you want to make purchases your pet won’t outgrow too quickly. Take a look at the following guide. It helps you get a better idea of how big your puppy will get – and how fast.
Here are anticipated sizes for six popular dog breeds from largest to smallest:
Keep in mind that these sizes are approximate and vary from breed to breed and from dog to dog.
Large Breeds (Retrievers and German Shepherds)
6 Months Old 99 pounds
1-Year-Old 154 pounds
Full Adulthood 175 pounds
Medium Breeds (Bulldogs and Beagles)
6 Months Old 75 pounds
1-Year-Old 110 pounds
Full Adulthood 120 pounds
Small Breeds (Teacups and Chihuahuas)
6 Months Old 1 pounds
1-Year-Old 4 pounds
Full Adulthood 7 pounds
Now that you’ve sized up your pet, check out our new EasyGO harness. It has a wide range of adjustability that makes it great for puppies and dogs of all breeds and sizes because it grows with them. It’s an all-in-one soft harness that’s easy to get into and out of, safe for your pet, and comfortable for them to wear. It features a buckle-free, step-in design secured by a simple slide down clip. It even comes with a matching lead. It has all the durability and strength you want and is available in a variety of colors and patterns. The EasyGO Harness combines fun and function and will last for years.
Pet parents probably dislike the dreaded “cone of shame” as much as pets do. It’s a necessary safety and protection tool, though, in the event of a pet injury or illness. Designed to discourage biting, licking, and scratching, the e-collar is used following and some surgeries or illnesses to promote healing. If you and your pet find yourselves in need of an e-collar, consider our line of soft e-collars. Here’s why:
Also called recovery collar, Elizabethan Collar, and e-collar, traditional e-collars are made of stiff, hard plastic. This type of e-collar just can’t be very comfortable for your fur baby. It’s not easy to look at, either. Made of water resistant, stain resistant polyester, our Elizabethan recovery collars are easy to clean and maintain. They come with extra sturdy, easily adjustable Velcro straps that will keep your dog more comfortable while they heal.
The e-collar for dogs is invaluable for keeping your pet from tearing out stitches or exacerbating an injury. While dogs are healing, they shouldn’t have to endure the additional discomfort that comes with traditional e-collars. Our soft e-collar comes in two adorable patterns, two colors, and six sizes. Carefully weigh and measure your pet, then select the size that fits them best and ensures they get the comfort they need during the recovery process. The lightweight soft e-collar is also easier on the dog’s neck since it weighs so little.
Finally, it’s much easier for the owner and the vet to work with a dog who isn’t fighting against a rigid e-collar. That means the soft e-collar for dogs is not only better for the animal, it’s better for the owner and vet as well. No pet parent wants to see their pet in distress. Our soft, comfortable e-collars are cute to look at, soft to wear and sleep in, and easier on the pet parent’s soft heart.