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I've always been awful at predicting the size of my pets. My first puppy was smaller than I guessed my second was a bit bigger than i thought. I'm looking into getting a new puppy to love possibly teo but i want to at least have a rough idea of their full grown size. It's a bit confusing to explain what breeds they are but I'll try. They're half brothers, same dad different mom.

The dad is a mini aussie, on the smaller side they say
The mom of the merle boy is a beagle/aussie mix(unknown if standard or mini aussie mix)
The mom of the tri boy is a aussie, I think a mini?

Both boys are 9 weeks old, I dont know how much they way but they look 5 to 7 pounds? I'm bad with weights hopefully the images work

I currently own a aussie(I think she's a standard aussie mixed with something) I was wondering if anyone can help give me a frame of reference on how big these boys will get?

Merle boy: https://m.imgur.com/gallery/uFajl7W

Tri boy: https://m.imgur.com/gallery/7ZnaxWI

Mom of tri boy: https://m.imgur.com/gallery/MtDEFuj

Mom of merle boy: https://m.imgur.com/gallery/JjsD1CC

No picture of dad

My current dog: https://m.imgur.com/gallery/giRmg84
 

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None of you photo links work. However, based on what you are saying about the parents, you could probably expect the pups to be anywhere from Beagle/Mini Aussie sized to standard Aussie sized.
 

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If you go into the image, it should have an option for "BBC code". If you copy that as-is and paste here we should be able to see them.

I suspect your photos are set to private and we can't access with the links you provided, but you can access them because it's your account.
 

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I'm not familiar with Imgur, but if you use Flickr, you copy and paste the BBCode, as DaySleepers said.
 

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I do use Imgur. On the site, go to your name in the upper right corner, select "images", not "albums." Then click on the thumbnail of the image you want. It'll open a window with the image, and on the right there will be a number of different links - "direct link," "HTML", etc. One is BBCcode. Copy and paste that and it should work.
 
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