Your Rottweiler Puppy Weight Chart and Formulas

Last Updated on October 10, 2021 by Marco C.

If you wonder if your puppy is too small or too big for their age, it’s best to find out the truth from the Rottweiler puppy weight chart.

Rottweiler puppies are adorable little ‘amazeballs’ that love to play and have fun. Unlike other breeds, they can carry quite a bit more in size, structure, and personality. The Rottweiler growth chart has all the answers you need to help you determine if your puppy is healthy.

Please note that there is no one-size-fits-all aspect for judging your Rottweiler weight, size, or growth.  However, there are formulas to help you approximate your puppy growth and weight.

You can use these formulas as guidelines for evaluating your own puppy’s development to understand whether they are above or below the right point.

Rottweiler Puppy Weight Estimates

Rottweilers are strong and powerful dogs, and many new owners fret or even get obsessed about their puppy’s growth and weight gain.   Having a Rottweiler puppy weight char comes in handy to calm down the worries of these owners.

If you are a Rottie owner, you need to know that this dog, whether slow or fast-growing, will not be considered mature or fully grown until they are 18 months of age.  Some of these big dogs, significantly most males, might not gain their total weight until they are 3 years old or older.

It is critical to realize that there is no hurry for your pup to grow and gain weight.  Trying to accelerate their growth often results in health issues like bone or joint problems.

As we look at the growth chart, please remember that it’s an estimate.  Even from the same breed, Rottweiler, each puppy is different, and their growth patterns are all different.

Rottweiler Puppy Growth and Weight Chart (Male)

Age Weight Range Height Range
8 weeks 10-12 lbs 14 – 16 inches
9 weeks 19-22 lbs 15 – 17 inches
10 weeks 26-28 lbs 16 – 18 inches
11 weeks 33-35 lbs 17 – 19 inches
3 months 40-45 lbs 18 – 19 inches
4 months 46-55 lbs 19 – 20 inches
5 months 56-65 lbs 20 – 22 inches
6 months 66-77 lbs 23 – 24 inches
7 months 78-90 lbs 24 – 25 inches
8 months 80-93 lbs 24 – 25 inches
9 months 86-98 lbs 25 – 26 inches
10 months 90-102 lbs 25 – 26 inches
11 months 93-104 lbs 25.5 – 26.5 inches
1 year 95-110 lbs 25 – 27 inches
2 years 100-130 lbs 25 – 27 inches

Rottweiler Puppy Growth and Weight Chart (Female)

  Age Weight Range Height Range
8 weeks 9-11 lbs 14 – 16  inches
9 weeks 17-19 lbs 15 – 17 inches
10 weeks 20-22 lbs 16 – 18 inches
11 weeks 24-28 lbs 17 – 19 inches
3 months 28-35 lbs 18 – 19 inches
4 months 37-49 lbs 19 – 20 inches
5 months 46-60 lbs 20 – 22 inches
6 months 50-68 lbs 22 – 23 inches
7 months 54-74 lbs 23 – 24 inches
8 months 60-82 lbs 23 – 24 inches
9 months 64-86 lbs 24 – 25 inches
10 months 68-93 lbs 24 – 25 inches
11 months 70-97 lbs 24 – 25 inches
1 year 72-100 lbs 24 – 25 inches
2 years 75-110 lbs 24 – 25 inches

How Much Does A Fully Grown Rottie Weigh?

You may be wondering how big your dog will grow or how much it will weigh.  Relax, it will be all good! Rottweilers are famous for how big they can grow and how much weight they get.

Male Rottweilers usually grow taller and weigh heavier than female ones when fully grown.  If you have a male Rottie, expect it to weigh anything between 100 lbs to 130 lbs and measure at least 25 to 29 inches tall at the shoulder when fully grown.

Fully mature female Rottweilers are about 23-26 inches tall at the shoulders, weighing about 85 lbs to 105 lbs. Remember that these figures are just estimates; your dog could be slightly bigger or smaller than the figures given above.

Do Rottweilers Stop Growing?

Rottweilers reach their full height at the age of 12 months or even younger. Once tall enough, they will begin to put on weight until they are 3 years old.

By this stage, their heads should stop growing, and they will only put on extra weight. If you feed them too much at this stage, they will put on too much weight that could be damaging.  With too much weight comes little exercise that is associated with health complaints.

So to answer this question, it is true Rottweilers stop growing, but they continue to add extra weight.

Rottweilers Stop Growing

How To Ensure Your Rottweiler Is Healthy

Besides the Rottie puppy weight chart estimations, it is best to know you are keeping your puppy healthy at all times.

Consulting your vet often.  Regular vet appointments are essential to keep up with your Rotties health.  Purebreds are also prone to some genetic diseases, and the earlier it’s detected, the better.

Proper feeding. Rottweilers are especially prone to hip dysplasia. The Veterinary Centers of America advises Rottweiler owners to feed the puppies with large-breed specific puppy food to decrease the occurrence and severity of hip dysplasia.  Your vet will advise you better on the food brand to use for your puppy so that they do not gain excess weight.  Feed your puppies with a balanced diet and provide daily exercise.

Daily exercise.  Exercise is essential to a Rottie to keep it active both physically and mentally.  Get into a schedule of activities that you undertake each day and time to help your dog get used to the routine.  Involve your dog in hikes, trail walking, swimming, or even playing fetch in the yard.  I will thank you for keeping it active every day.  And its health will remain good throughout its lifetime.

Invest in dog insurance.  Dog insurance is a smart investment that helps dog owners cover the cost of accidents, emergencies, and diseases.  Most of the insurance plans offer wellness coverage as well that will reimburse you for up to 90% of your dog’s healthy vaccinations, vet check-ups, and other routine care.


Don’t be deceived; there is no such thing like an average dog, each one of these cute little puppies is unique and grow at their own pace.

Puppy’s growth and weight gain depends on genetics and bloodlines, and even if they belong to the same litter, they vary significantly in size and weight. Don’t rush your puppy into gaining weight by overfeeding them.  This can lead to more health issues.

Finally, enjoy your Rottweiler puppy while he is small – they grow so fast, and eventually, you will have a big dog with which you have not had time to bond.  What a lost chance to play, cuddle and bond with your puppy.

Don’t be carried away by its growth that you forget to enjoy the joys of every day!

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