How Big Do Newfoundland Dogs Get?

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Want to find out more about Newfoundland dog’s size? 

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How big can a Newfoundland get?

A fully grown Newfoundland male weighs between 130-150 pounds standing at 28 inches in height while a female has a weight 0f 100-120 lbs and height between 25-26 inches.

Newfoundland dog lifespan

The average life expectancy of a Newfoundland dog is about  8-10 years.

Newfoundland Growth & Weight Chart

Age

Male

Female

Months

Weight (lbs)

Height (Inches)

Weight (lbs)

Height (Inches)

1

8-12

10-12

7-11

9-10

2

18-27

13-14

15-22

13-14

3

41-54

20-21

38-46

19-20

4

57-65

22-23

45-56

20.5-21

5

63-75

23-23.5

54-67

21-21.5

6

74-87

23.5-24

59-71

22-22.5

7

82-97

24-24.5

66-75

22.5-23

8

92-101

24-24.5

69-78

23-24.5

9

102-114

24.5-25

75-84

23-23.5

10

109-121

25-25.5

83-92

23.5-24

11

112.5-127

25.5-26

88-99

24-24.5

12

114-130

26-27

92-106

24-24.5

18

122-139

26.5-27

94-110

24.5-25

At what age are Newfoundland dogs fully grown?

A Newfoundland dog will attain its full maturity height and weight at two years of age.

Newfoundland energy level

Newfoundlands are generally more laid back and more relaxed in energy but still need daily exercise.

What health problems do Newfoundlands have?

Newfoundlands are prone to eye issues, hip & elbow dysplasia, dilated cardiomyopathy, gastric torsion, etc.

FAQs

Are male or female Newfoundlands better?

It depends on your preference as both have similar temperaments.

Should I buy a Newfoundland dog?

Yes, if you have ample space and devoted training time.

What do Newfoundlands die from?

Newfoundlands are at risk of a heart issue called subvalvular aortic stenosis that can result in sudden death.

Conclusion

Knowing your Newfie’s potential size is crucial as you will be able to notice when there’s an issue with your dog.

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