Yorkshire Terrier Weight Chart and Growth Chart
The Yorkshire Terrier Weight Chart will help estimate the growth of your Yorki puppy
How to use this Yorkshire Terrier Chart:
The left-had column of the table gives the age of the puppy in weeks. To determine it’s expected weight when fully grown, weigh the puppy in ounces, look along the line of figure against the number of weeks of its age, and take the figure nearest to the present weight of the puppy. The expected adult weight of the puppy will be that given at the foot of the column in which the figure nearest to its weight occurs, this is only an estimate.
People also want to know if you can guarantee what size their yorkie will be full grown. Unfortunately, there is no proven scientific method for predicting the exact full grown size of a yorkie puppy, but there are a few methods that will give you a good estimate of your yorkie puppies adult weight.
The yorkie puppy growth chart is a good tool to determine adult size. I like to use the yorkie growth chart, along with a few other indicators, such as the size of the puppies parents, size of litter mates and paw size. Using all these methods combined together and you can be fairly confident of your yorkies adult size.