How Much Should a 4 Month Old Lab Weigh?

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A 4 month old lab should weigh between 30 and 40 pounds. At birth, a lab will weigh about 1 pound. For the first two months of a lab's life, they will gain about 2 pounds a week. After 8 weeks, the puppy will gain about 1 pound a week. Once a lab is around 6 months, the weight gain will slow down. At one year, an average Labrador puppy will weigh between 65 and 80 pounds. They will only gain an additional 5 to 10 pounds from the ages of one and three years.
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