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Q: What size are Mario's paws?

September 15, 2009 | By Jtrippps | 5 answers | Expired: 1765 days ago

What size are Mario's paws?

I was trying to figure out the breed of my pup the other day. Most said a pit or lab mix, or some kind of terrier. He's 20lbs at 3 months including coming home from the shelter pretty sick. He's bounced back and is looking good going into his 4th month. With the breed questions answered, I was wondering about his possible size. Many talk about paw size. Can you look at the pic and tell me if you think he has small, med, or large paws? I'd say small, but this is my first dog. Thanks!

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Tricia L.
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Sep 18, 2009

My pitty was 28 lbs at 4 months and she is now 10 months and weighs 42 lbs. she is pretty small just a lil chubby hehe =) sooo cute!!!

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Happyk9
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Sep 16, 2009

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Anonymous
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Anonymous

Sep 15, 2009

I would say he is going to be a medium sized dog but the paws aren't always an accurate way to gauge their size at adult hood. My vet said some puppies don't grow into their feet or some can have tiny feet it just depends. She suggested looking at the wrist joint where the growth plate is. It should give you a more accurate idea of how much growing the dog has to do still. by the way, he is adorable!

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daryl b.
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Sep 15, 2009

i agree with jsackie. i believe he has pit in him for sure. and will be a mid sized dog like a pit or a lab. his head to me looks pit. he is adorable

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jackie
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Sep 15, 2009

It is really hard to say from the pic but My guess is he's going to be mid size like a pit. . I really love his ears I hope they stay like that he is adorable

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