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View Poll Results: How much does your full grown GR weigh?
51-60 Lbs 30 15.46%
61-70 LBs 55 28.35%
71-80 Lbs 46 23.71%
81-90 Lbs 41 21.13%
91-100 Lbs 12 6.19%
101 + !!!! 10 5.15%
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Jackson is around 75lbs at 10.5 years old.



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Hi, my dog is GR 4 years old but his weight is 106 pound and I am worried about his overweight.
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=MY ACE;7492513]Hi, my dog is GR 4 years old but his weight is 106 pound and I am worried about his overweight.
Welcome to the forum.

Has your Vet said anything about your boy's weight?

Some of it depends on their frame/ build, the size of the parents, but in general a male Golden shouldn't be over 75 pounds.

You may want to discuss your boy's weight with your Vet, it's generally better to keep them on the lean side, it's healthier for them overall and also for their hips, joints, heart.
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I found this thing
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My oldest golden, Annabella is right now 53 pounds though that might be because she's pregnant since her average weight is normally 48 pounds

My second golden is a English cream and he's 83 pounds but can sometimes reach up to 85 at times

My youngest Grace-Lynn is 63 pounds, though she is only a year and half years old and may probably end up becoming 65-67 pounds by the time she's two years
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