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Old 07-13-2008, 06:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey at what age did you boxer stop growing? Dezi is 40 lbs. a 6 months next week and I'm just wondering how much larger he might get.. I know there isn't a science to it but still just wondering when your dogs got to thier adult size?
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They grow to atleast two physically and mature mentally around three in my experience. *The growth rate does slow down as time goes on.
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I've heard that they grow physically until they are 2 but when is it that they are around about the size they will be?? *Like at the local shelter they will double in size if they are 6 months old.
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Old 07-13-2008, 09:05 PM   #4 (permalink)
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At the breeders today we were told that by 11 months they will reach their full height, but then will continue to fill out up until about their second year.
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Cool! That's exciting! I knew they filled out more in the later years, it's really cool! Thanks so much for the 411!
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[quote="Lizcantjump\";p=\"149904":ixgzr876]I've heard that they grow physically until they are 2 but when is it that they are around about the size they will be??
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Yeah I have tons of recent pictures of my little guy! I'll make a new posting to show everyone them! They are super cute and funny!
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From my understanding, they stop growing vertically at around one and a half, and weight at 3.
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