He probably has most if not all of his height. Over the next 6-9 months he will broaden as he develops his muscle and make bone structure. Not sue what it willmean on his weight, so much depends on his food intake/exercise regiment, but if he is not heavy, he will add to his weight from the additional muscle and bone tissue.
Hershey Kisses, In charge of getting Ed out to the dog park so that he gets some exercise.
Thanks! I knew all that, but my brain was just not processing it for some reason. He's a really good height and build. Weight wise, I doubt there will be any unnecessary fat added; on top of walks with me and playing he spends an hour every morning on the treadmill ... if I forget he pesters me about it. LOL
Me thinks Dozer is a very pretty boy, and we need more pictures, Sam.
Daisy, Hayshaker She's Utterly Unforgettable, CGC
Lola, our mellow yellow gal. Gotcha on 1-7-07
I think with Labs we say they aren't done growing until about 2 years, but like Ed said, past the first year they are just kind of filling out. A lot of them are very leggy and long at 1 yr and then fill out until they are two.
More pics, please!!