In general, you can predict the size of your dog based on their breed. But this can be hardened if they are stray dogs. Fortunately, if your dog is a mix between two breeds of the same weight range, you can generally rely on them to fall in that weight range as well. The amount your puppy will weigh as an adult varies depending on several factors, such as breed, gender, and genetics.
A dog's weight as an adult can also fluctuate due to various environmental factors, such as whether it was neutered or spayed and what its diet and exercise regimen are like. First-time pet parents are always enthusiastic about caring for their puppies and taking care of their every need. Puppies in litter 4 will be slightly larger at birth, but will mature to about the same size as their parents. If they are about the same size, cubs generally end up around the size of their mother and males generally end up closer to the size of the male father.
It's also vital that you know when puppies should stop growing so that you can get the most accurate adult size for your dog. Large breed puppies generally reach full physical maturity at about the same time as medium breeds, with a growth spurt between 8 and 14 months. Instead, look at the size of the litter in general, the more puppies there are in the litter, the healthier they will be. Mixed-breed puppies are adorable and unique, and there's nothing more exciting than adopting one of your own.