Each puppy is going to be different. Think of mass as being just like weight. A bigger person is going to have a greater weight. It works the same with mass.
That depends on the age, size, and breed of the puppy. A six month old Great Dane puppy is going to have a lot more mass than an eight week old Yorkshire Terrier.
kilograms or lbs
easy. they both change shape so the mass of the puppy, because it grows up, changes. it is the same with the flower. the flower changes from a tiny little rose bud into a big blooming flower, so the mass changes.
2KG 1pound =2.2 kilograms
I think u would use kilograms
When it is a DOG.
There is no "unit to measure a puppy"; however, there are units to measure specific PROPERTIES which may apply to puppies as well as to other things. Thus, there are units for length, mass, weight, density, albedo, etc.
the way to tell the difference of a boy puppy and a girl puppy is that boy puppy's have a penis and testicles. A female puppy does not have a penis and testicles
There is no clip word for puppy its is a puppy
A simile that can be used for a puppy is: the puupy was as soft as cotton candy.