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quick question..........

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by chrisrandall, Apr 13, 2011.


  1. chrisrandall

    chrisrandall PetForums Junior

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    I have a springer/cocker cross (Oscar) who is now 18weeks old.

    I was wondering at what age will he reach his full adult size??

    Thanks in advance for help!!
     
  2. Pointermum

    Pointermum PetForums VIP

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    I would say around a year but i know breeders who say different breeding lines mature at different rates.
     
  3. northnsouth

    northnsouth PetForums VIP

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    I have found all my dogs,( BC,Dalmatians and GSP) while fully grown at a year all still continued to develop until about 2. Boys to men ;)

    Would say the same for my sister ESS too. IMO
     
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    XxZoexX PetForums VIP

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    Jack is a springer x cocker and he seems to have slowed right down at 7/8 months he seems to be just filling out now.. Dont think he'll get much "taller" :)
     
  5. lucyandsandy

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    What I have noticed with most dogs is as a pp poster said, although they usually reach full height by 1ish they still look puppyish till they are older. i.e. they seems to fill out more and develop still.
     
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