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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.
 

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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
 

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Me thinks Dozer is a very pretty boy, and we need more pictures, Sam.
 

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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.
Agreed. When both Tal and Barney were about a year old, each was his full adult height. Between 1 and 2 years, each has broadened out and filled out a bit. I try to keep Tal's weight no more then 90 lbs and Barney at 60 lbs. Barney is a lab mixl; Tal is full blood lab.
 
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