Collie Question

Is there a chart available that will project the adult weight of a full size collie from a...


Is there a chart available that will project the adult weight of a full size collie from a puppy. I have looked at at alot of sites with no results.

    In Collie - Asked by Anonymous - 9/29/2010 9:55:26 AM
I can tell you as I've had one. A rough collie ( Lassie Collie). There is also a Border Collie which is totally different and a Smooth Collie. If the dog is a male full grown it will be 60 to 70 lbs. and a bit less for a female. They are super high maintenance as far as grooming and need TONS and TONS of exercise. Good Luck and find a reputable breeder. DO NOT buy one from a puppy farm, have one shipped to you OR from a pet store.
    Answered by Anonymous - 10/30/2010 4:39:00 PM


Well in the collie books it gives averages for adults. females 50-65lbs and males 60-75 lbs. But mostly I go by what the males and females adults weigh.
    Answered by collies4u - 11/1/2010 3:53:32 PM
VIEW MY PUPPIES


Your best indicator would be the size of the parents and grandparents of the collie. The next best thing would be the history of the family line. However, since Collies and Shelties were interbred in their early developement we occaisionally see a dog mature to an inbetween size. One of my AKC shelties matured at 40#!! That breeding won't be repeated!
    Answered by wywildfire - 12/9/2010 1:44:00 PM
VIEW MY PUPPIES