Bullmastiff Growth Chart

Discussion in 'The Bullmastiff' started by bullyBug, Jan 18, 2012.

  1. bullyBug

    bullyBug New Member

    Hi all. I saw one like this for English Mastiffs and thought it was a marvelous idea. I would like to start a chart for my fellow weight/growth obsessed Bully puppy owners.

    Here's what I have so far for Mason - Male born 9/7/2011.

    09 weeks: 20.0
    10 weeks: 22.7
    11 weeks: 27.2
    12 weeks: 30.9
    13 weeks: 35.6
    14 weeks: 39.2
    15 weeks: 46.0
    16 weeks: 49.7
    17 weeks: 52.3
    19 weeks: 61.7
     
  2. NeoBull

    NeoBull Active Member

    Good idea... This should be a lot closer to Branka's growth pattern!

    Branka's growth (She's by far the smallest of the 6 littermates of hers I've been in contact with!) Neapolitan Mastiff x Bullmastiff female:

    11 weeks 21lbs (right before I got her)
    4 months 40lbs, 17.5"
    4 months 2 wk 45.8lbs
    5 months 53lbs, 20.75"
    5 months 2 wk 57lbs
    6 months 63lbs
    6 months 2 wk 68lbs, 22"
    7 months 74lbs, 23"
    8 months 79.5lbs
    8 months 2 wk 81lbs, 24.25"

    ---------- Post added at 11:12 AM ---------- Previous post was at 10:59 AM ----------

    Just for fun, my Doberman's growth chart :)

    4mo 50lbs 23"
    4mo 2wk 55lbs 24"
    6mo 68.5lbs 26 1/4"
    7mo 75.5lbs 27"
    7mo 2wk 79.5lbs 27 1/4"
    8mo 81.5lbs 28"
    9mo 85.5lbs 28 1/4"
    10mo 88lbs 28 1/2"

    Full grown ~90lbs (95 before he was neutered at 2yrs and lost some muscle) 29"
     
  3. NeoBull

    NeoBull Active Member

    Just for fun, my Doberman's growth chart :)

    4mo 50lbs 23"
    4mo 2wk 55lbs 24"
    6mo 68.5lbs 26 1/4"
    7mo 75.5lbs 27"
    7mo 2wk 79.5lbs 27 1/4"
    8mo 81.5lbs 28"
    9mo 85.5lbs 28 1/4"
    10mo 88lbs 28 1/2"

    Full grown ~90lbs (95 before he was neutered at 2yrs and lost some muscle) 29"
     
  4. AKBull

    AKBull Super Moderator Staff Member

    Alright, here's what I have for Junior (will have to get more from the vets office)

    Birth 1.2Lbs
    Week 1 1.5Lbs
    Week 2 1.9Lbs
    Week 3 2.8Lbs
    Week 4 4.0Lbs
    Week 6 9.0Lbs
    Week 7 12.6Lbs
    Week 8 15.6Lbs
    Week 9 20.2Lbs
    Week 10 23Lbs
    Week 11 28.6Lbs
    Week 12 32Lbs
    4.5 Months 55Lbs
    9 Months 110Lbs
     
  5. bullyBug

    bullyBug New Member

    Wow, from BIRTH! Impressive!

    Thank you both!
     
  6. AKBull

    AKBull Super Moderator Staff Member

    LOL
    I can thank my breeder for that. ;)
     
  7. NeoBull

    NeoBull Active Member

    9 months 86.5lbs, 24.5"
     
  8. bullyBug

    bullyBug New Member

    20 weeks: 65.7 lbs
     
  9. bullyBug

    bullyBug New Member

    09 weeks: 20.0lbs
    10 weeks: 22.7lbs
    11 weeks: 27.2lbs
    12 weeks: 30.9lbs
    13 weeks: 35.6lbs
    14 weeks: 39.2lbs
    15 weeks: 46.0lbs
    16 weeks: 49.7lbs
    17 weeks: 52.3lbs
    19 weeks: 61.7lbs
    20 weeks: 65.7lbs
    21 weeks: 69.4lbs
     
  10. NeoBull

    NeoBull Active Member

    Branka's growth (She's by far the smallest of the 6 littermates of hers I've been in contact with!) Neapolitan Mastiff x Bullmastiff female:

    11 weeks 21lbs (right before I got her)
    4 months 40lbs, 17.5"
    4 months 2 wk 45.8lbs
    5 months 53lbs, 20.75"
    5 months 2 wk 57lbs
    6 months 63lbs
    6 months 2 wk 68lbs, 22"
    7 months 74lbs, 23"
    8 months 79.5lbs
    8 months 2 wk 81lbs, 24.25"
    9 months 86.5lbs, 24.5"
    9 months 2 wk 88.5lbs 24.75"
     
  11. bullyBug

    bullyBug New Member

    Neobull, how are you measuring height? I tried it tonight for the first time during a conversation with his breeder. Had Mason stand against the wall, marked his height and then measured from that point to the floor with measuring tape. I got 21" at the withers, but will have to try again when I'm less rushed.
     
  12. NeoBull

    NeoBull Active Member

    That's how I measure too. I have her stand nice and straight (paws right under her shoulders) against our dishwasher then level a dry erase marker over the mid point of her shoulder and mark the dishwasher. Then measure from the ground to the mark. You just have to try to get the pen as straight/level as you can, and I usually do it twice and if the marks are slightly different I average them. I think when I'm really careful I probably get with in a tenth of an inch.

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    Just for fun... Branka's butt height at 9months 2 weeks: 26" (shoulder 24.75)
     
  13. NeoBull

    NeoBull Active Member

    Just for fun... Branka's butt height at 9months 2 weeks: 26" (shoulder 24.75)
     
  14. bullyBug

    bullyBug New Member

    09 weeks: 20.0lbs
    10 weeks: 22.7lbs
    11 weeks: 27.2lbs
    12 weeks: 30.9lbs
    13 weeks: 35.6lbs
    14 weeks: 39.2lbs
    15 weeks: 46.0lbs
    16 weeks: 49.7lbs
    17 weeks: 52.3lbs
    19 weeks: 61.7lbs
    20 weeks: 65.7lbs
    21 weeks: 69.4lbs
    22 weeks: 74.5lbs

    will try to remember to measure him tonight!
     
  15. shodanusmc

    shodanusmc New Member

    If I recall my first Corso, he was 18 at 9 weeks, 45 at 4 months, 105 at one year, 115 at year 2, and topped out at 130. When he turned 7, switched him to Sr. Large breed and he got down to a very nice 120. Lean muscle
     
  16. sammiefishsticks

    sammiefishsticks New Member

    Here's my guys weight chart (the green line). He's a bullmastiff but below breed standard, weight-wise. The y-axis is in kilograms and the x in weeks...it goes up to 52 weeks where he was ~90 lbs. Now that he's two years old he's 95 lbs.
    drex_weight52.jpg
     
  17. NeoBull

    NeoBull Active Member

    10months (tomorrow) 92lbs 24.75"
     
  18. CowboyBebop

    CowboyBebop New Member

    I'll have to post a little later when I get home but I have Castle's weight almost weekly from the time we got him. He is 9 months and a week right now and weighs almost 130 pounds. He isn't fixed, yet. And his parents were very large. Father about 160, mother about 140. But he’s gained between 3 to 4 pounds per week since we got him.
     
  19. ruby55

    ruby55 Active Member

    Oh thank goodness someone else's dog grew high in the rear for awhile. Ruby's growth has been like a seesaw; I've been embarrassed to mention it cause it's always been so bad.
    I don't have her growth rates available, but I'll try to remember to ask for them next time we're at the vet's.
     
  20. NeoBull

    NeoBull Active Member

    She's always taller in the rear lol, I don't think it's a phase for her lol.
    My terrible attempt to stack her and take the pic at the same time :)
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