Labrador Retriever weight chart

Kyriakos Stavrou on 09/01/2019

It is very important to keep your Labrador Retriever at an adequate weight. Unless your vet advises otherwise, you should try and keep your dog in the weight-range typical for his or her breed and gender

By analyzing thousands of data points, we created the real-life Labrador Retriever weight distribution chart. For a typical female, the weight ranges from 22.4kg to 34.8kg and for a male from 28.7Kg to 38.7kg. That is, 49.4lbs to 76.7lbs for females and 63.3lbs to 85.3lbs for males.

The chart presents the percentage of the population that falls in a specific range. For example, the Labrador Retriever weight is such that approximately 15% of the male dogs have a weight between 30kg and 40kg (between 66.1lbs and 88.2lbs) and 15% of the female dogs have a weight between 25kg and 35kg  (between 55.1lbs and 77.2lbs).

Labrador Retriever Weight
Labrador Retriever Weight

The best app to monitor the weight of your Labrador Retriever

The 11pets: Pet Care application has a section dedicated to tracking your pet’s weight. You can see trends and identify any problems. You just have to go to the “Measurements” section and then select “Weight“. You can set up the normal weight range for your pet and log different measurements over time. With this information the application will monitor it’s weight as you can see in the image below.

Monitor the weight of your pet
Monitor the weight of your pet

Download the 11pets: Pet Care app now and start monitoring the weight of your Labrador Retriever.

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We have included a tutorial that shows every step of the weight tracking process.

More information from experts of your Labrador Retriever

Care guide for the hygiene of your Labrador Retriever

In our blog you can also find a care guide for the hygiene of your Labrador Retriever developed by a group of experts. It explains how often you should bath your dog, trim its nails, clear its ears etc. and which are the most adequate tools.

The Labrador Retriever as seen by a dog trainer

Mario Hernández presents the Labrador Retriever from the point of view of a dog trainer. Thanks to this post you will understand better the origins of the breed, its character and its maintenance needs. Most importantly, you will find tips about its training.