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As the chart shows your pup is roughly 90% of its adult height and roughly 75% of its adult weight
So roughly 8 1/2" and 4 pounds or 23cm and 1.8kgs
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It really depends on genetics, what his parents weren't, this chart didn't work for my Inter variety pups mix of toy and mini but was pretty close for my show reject toy boy Leonard, who was 18 weeks old 4 pounds and 9" tall when I got him, he is 6 1/4 pounds and 11" tall at 5 yrs
 

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Welcome to you and adorable Fonzi!

The FCI breed standard for poodles reads:
Toy Poodles: Over 24 cm (with a tolerance of -1cm) up to 28 cm (sought after ideal: 25 cm).
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Weight isn't part of the standard but naturally, a healthy weight for the height and structure is important. Puppies grow in spurts and sometimes even have a late spurt, seemingly after they've finished growing.

As twyla wrote, his mature adult size will depend on genetic inheritance from his parents, from what they inherited and on back thru generations.

"Small" is no less mighty! :)
 
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