I really think people think about the "weight chart" way to much. Each dog is totally different. My first mastiff, Avery, was about right on the dot for the "weight chart" It didn't make me love her anymore. Shakespear according to the "chart" was waaay behind for a male mastiff, but he still looked good. He wasn't skinny and was really starting to fill out before he died. He was my baby and I loved him dearly. Now looking at the chart my Hershey is a little behind for a female, which is ok with me. My problem is that I think she looks skinny (which has nothing to do with actual weight) and we have been through this discussion before about her. My husband did mention yesterday that he thought she is starting to fill out more. So I am hoping that her skinnyness right now is do to some growing issues, growing spurt or growing out. For the record she only weighed 7# at 8weeks old.
Anyway, it is nice to hear from time to time what everyone's dog weighs but I sure hope that some people don't gage their dog on "how big" they are. Bigger is not always better.
My husband also added that he's glad she's not a full size mastiff. As active as she is we would be in trouble. She also thinks our laps is hers. I couldn't imagine a 200# dog trying to always snuggle in my lap. There also wouldn't be any room on the couch for everyone. Hershey already sneakly pushes us off, if she weighed close to 200 we wouldn't have a chance.