The size of a Yorkshire Terrier can depend on many factors ( size of the Parents,Grandparents and Great Grandparents ) Size can skip generations. Other factors include puppies that are under or overfed.
Every puppy is different, some puppies grow fast at first then slow or stop gaining at 6 months.
While it is not possible to know exactly how much a puppy will weigh as an adult, there is a method of calculating an estimate of a puppies final adult size.
How to use this Yorkshire Terrier Growth Chart:
You will need to break down puppies weight in ounces: Example:
A 1 lb 5 ozs puppy ( 1 lb = 16 ozs ) 16 + 5 = 21 ozs
All numbers are ounces (except for the Final Adult Weight.
1. Find your puppy's age in the far left side of the column.
2. Go across that row to find the weight that your puppy currently is.
3. Follow the column down to the bottom of chart for final adult weight.