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Statistics About The Average Labrador Weight

The average weight of a Labrador retriever is approximately 65-80 pounds.

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"The average weight of a male Labrador Retriever is around 65-80 pounds,"

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"Female Labrador Retrievers usually weigh less than males, with an average weight between 55-70 pounds,"

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"Labradors are typically considered overweight when they exceed the maximum of 85 pounds,"

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"At 6 months, Labrador Retrievers will have an average weight of 43-54 pounds for a male and 38-49 pounds for a female,"

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"A 10-week old Labrador Retriever puppy will weigh on average between 14 to 17 pounds,"

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"The average birth weight for newborn puppies of the Labrador Retriever breed is between 14-16 ounces,"

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"The average weight of a Labrador Retriever at 3 months old is between 21 to 26 pounds,"

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"A 5 month old male labrador average weight is normally between 33-42 pounds,"

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"A 5 month old female labrador average weight is normally between 28-37 pounds,"

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"A 15 months old Labrador will weigh between 70 and 80 pounds for male and a bit less for females,"

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"Typically, Labradors will reach their full adult weight between 12.5 - 16 months of age,"

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"At 7 months old, the average male Labrador should weigh between 48-60 pounds,"

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"At 17 weeks old, a male Labrador should weigh anything between 22 and 30 pounds,"

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"At 8 months old, a female Labrador should weigh anything between 37 and 50 pounds,"

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"At 9 months old, a male Labrador Retriever could weigh anything between 60 and 71 pounds,"

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"At 12 months old, a female Labrador Retriever could weight anything between 46 to 59 pounds,"

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"It is suggested that if your Labrador is carrying extra weight it can lead to several health issues such as Diabetes, Joint problems and heart disease,"

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"Labradors are often mistaken as being overweight due to their 'otter tail' a feature which makes the tail look thick and wide at the base,"

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"Overweight Labradors live less long by up to two years due to related diseases,"

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"Nearly 56% of Labradors in the US are overweight or obese, according to a 2019 study,"

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