Dog size classification by breed

16 Sep 2014


Mixed Breeds
Mix (0-25 lbs)   Small
Mix (26-50 lbs)   Medium
Mix (51-99 lbs)   Large
Mix (100 lbs +)   Extra Large


Pure Breeds
Affenpinscher   Small
Afghan Hound   Large
Ainu Dog   Large
Akbash Dog   Extra Large
Akita   Extra Large
Alaskan Malamute   Large
Alpine Dachsbracke   Medium
American Blue Gascon Hound   Extra Large
American Eskimo   Medium
Anatolian Shepherd Dog   Extra Large
Anglos - Francaises   Large
Appenzeller   Large
Ariegeois   Large
Armant   Large
Australian Kelpie   Medium
Austrian Brandlbracke   Medium
Azawakh   Large
Barbet   Large
Basenji   Small
Bassett Hound   Large
Beagle   Medium
Beagle Harrier   Medium
Beagle Miniature   Small
Beagle Pocket   Small
Beauceron   Extra Large
Belgian Malinois   Large
Bergamasco   Large
Berger de Beauce   Large
Bichon Frise   Small
Bloodhound   Extra Large
Blue Lacy   Medium
Bolognese   Small
Borzoi   Extra Large
Bouvier de Ardennes   Large
Boxer   Large
Bulldog - American   Large
Bulldog - English   Large
Bulldog - English miniature   Small
Bulldog - French   Medium
Bulldog - Great Britain   Large
Canaan Dog   Large
Canary Dog   Extra Large
Catahoula Leopard Dog   Medium
Cattle dog - Austrailian   Medium
Cattle dog - Belgian   Large
Cavachon   Small
Chihuahua   Small
Chinese Crested   Small
Chinook   Large
Chow Chow   Large
Cockapoo   Small
Collie   Large
Collie - Bearded   Large
Collie - Border   Medium
Coonhound - American   Large
Coonhound - Black and Tan   Large
Coonhound - Bluetick   Large
Coonhound - English   Large
Coonhound - Redbone   Medium
Coton de Tulear   Small
Dachshund - Longhaired   Small
Dachshund - Miniature   Small
Dachshund - Standard   Small
Dachshund - Wirehaired   Small
Dalmation   Large
Dingo   Medium
Eskimo Dog - Canada   Large
Eurasian   Large
Foxhound - American   Medium
Foxhound - English   Large
German Wolfspitz   Small
Great Dane   Extra Large
Great Pyrenees   Extra Large
Greyhound   Large
Greyhound - Hungarian   Large
Greyhound - Italian   Small
Greyhound - Sicilian   Medium
Griffon - Belgian   Small
Griffon - Brittany   Medium
Griffon - Brussels   Small
Griffon - Nivernais   Large
Griffon - Wirehaired Pointing   Large
Havenese   Small
Hound - Black Forest   Medium
Hound - East Russian   Medium
Hound - Ibizan   Large
Hound - Latvian   Medium
Hound - Norwegian   Medium
Hound - Otter   Extra Large
Hound - Pharaoh   Medium
Hound - Plott   Large
Japanese Chin   Small
Keeshond   Large
Komondor   Extra Large
Kuvasz   Extra Large
Kyi Leo   Small
Labradoodle   Large
Lhasa Apso   Small
Lhasa Poo   Small
Maltese   Small
Mastiff - Argentinian   Large
Mastiff - Belgian   Extra Large
Mastiff - Brasilian   Extra Large
Mastiff - Bull   Extra Large
Mastiff - English   Extra Large
Mastiff - French   Extra Large
Mastiff - Italian Cane Corso   Extra Large
Mastiff - Neapolitan   Extra Large
Mastiff - Pyrenean   Extra Large
Mastiff - Spanish   Extra Large
Mastiff - Tibetan   Extra Large
Mountain dog - Bavarian   Large
Mountain dog - Bernese   Extra Large
Mountain dog - Polish   Extra Large
Mountain dog - Portuguese   Extra Large
Newfoundland   Extra Large
Norwegian Elkhound   Large
Old Danish Bird Dog   Large
Papillon   Small
Peekapoo   Small
Pekingnese   Small
Pinscher - Austrian Shorthaired   Medium
Pinscher - Doberman (Europeon)   Large
Pinscher - Doberman (German)   Large
Pinscher - German   Medium
Pinscher - Harlequin   Medium
Pinscher - Miniature   Small
Pointer - Belgian Shorthaired   Large
Pointer - English   Large
Pointer - German Longhaired   Large
Pointer - German Shorthaired   Large
Pointer - German Wirehaired   Large
Pointer - Italian   Large
Pomeranian   Small
Poodle - Miniature   Small
Poodle - Standard   Large
Poodle - Toy   Small
Portugese Water Dog   Large
Portuguese Cattle Dog   Large
Pug   Small
Puli   Medium
Retriever - Chesapeake Bay   Large
Retriever - Curly-Coated   Large
Retriever - Flat-Coated   Large
Retriever - Golden   Large
Retriever - Golden Doodle   Large
Retriever - Labrador   Large
Rhodesian Ridgeback   Large
Rottweiler   Extra Large
Saint Bernard   Extra Large
Saluki   Large
Samoyed   Large
Schipperke   Small
Schnauzer - Giant   Large
Schnauzer - Miniature   Small
Schnauzer - Standard   Medium
Schnoodle   Small
Scottish Deerhound   Extra Large
Setter - English   Large
Setter - Gordon   Large
Setter - Irish   Large
Shar Pei   Large
Sheepdog - Belgian   Large
Sheepdog - Catalan   Medium
Sheepdog - Croatian   Medium
Sheepdog - Iceland   Medium
Sheepdog - Old English   Large
Sheepdog - Portuguese   Medium
Sheepdog - Shetland (Sheltie)   Small
Shepherd - Australian   Large
Shepherd - Australian Mini   Medium
Shepherd - Dutch   Large
Shepherd - English   Large
Shepherd - German   Large
Shiba-inu   Medium
Shih Tzu   Small
Siberian Husky   Large
Slovak Cuvac   Extra Large
Spaniel - American Water   Medium
Spaniel - Boykin   Medium
Spaniel - Brittany   Medium
Spaniel - Cavalier King Charles   Small
Spaniel - Clumber   Large
Spaniel - Cocker   Medium
Spaniel - English Cocker   Medium
Spaniel - English Springer   Large
Spaniel - English Toy   Small
Spaniel - Field   Medium
Spaniel - French   Large
Spaniel - Irish Water   Large
Spaniel - Tibetan   Small
Spaniel - Welsh Springer   Medium
Spitz - Giant German   Medium
Spitz - Japanese   Small
Spitz - Nordic   Medium
Spitz - Smalll German   Small
Spitz - Standard German   Small
Swiss Mountain Dog   Extra Large
Terrier - Airedale   Large
Terrier - American Hairless   Small
Terrier - American Pit Bull   Large
Terrier - American Staffordshire   Medium
Terrier - Australian   Small
Terrier - Bedlington   Small
Terrier - Black Russian   Medium
Terrier - Bohemian   Small
Terrier - Border   Small
Terrier - Boston   Small
Terrier - Brazilian   Small
Terrier - Briard   Large
Terrier - Bull   Large
Terrier - Cairn   Small
Terrier - Dandie Dinmont   Small
Terrier - Fox, Smooth   Small
Terrier - Fox, Wire   Small
Terrier - Irish   Medium
Terrier - Jack Russell   Small
Terrier - Kerry Blue   Medium
Terrier - Lakeland   Small
Terrier - Manchester   Small
Terrier - Miniature Bull   Medium
Terrier - Norfolk   Small
Terrier - Norwich   Small
Terrier - Parsons   Small
Terrier - Rat   Small
Terrier - Scottish   Small
Terrier - Silky   Small
Terrier - Sky   Small
Terrier - Staffordshire Bull   Medium
Terrier - Tibetan   Small
Terrier - Toy Fox   Small
Terrier - Welsh   Small
Terrier - West Highland White   Small
Terrier - Western   Small
Terrier - Wheaton   Medium
Terrier - Yorkshire   Small
Terrier - Yorktese   Small
Terrier - Yorkypoo   Small
Tosa Inu   Extra Large
Vizsla   Large
Weimeraner   Large
Welsh Corgi - Cardigan   Medium
Welsh Corgi - Pembroke   Medium
Whippet   Medium
Wolfhound - Irish   Extra Large
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