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its just funny how Samson weighed 27lbs and change when he was 4 months. and he is about 8.5 months old and he has been hovering around 55lbs and change for the past 3 weeks ....as if weight wise he has reached his natural limit. pretty accurate way to predict mature weight.... I would have never imagined.

he is an inside dog but i have a decent backyard and he eats super healthy and just the right amount.

(pic is just a cell shot i took just now as i was watching him through window/bug screen) he s looking more and more like a working dog without much effort.

 

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Where do you live that you have green lawn in this time of year. Im in cali and my lawn is yellow :( im jealous.
 

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I know huh so cool! Mel was right on point until he was neutered after 2 and gained some weight. He is back now but I think it's cool as well.
 

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Samson is a studly boy. :)
I love his little brown butt spot.
 

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THE 4 month rule has always worked well for mine. Nice looking dog.
 

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My boy was 25 pounds at 4 months, now at a little over 6 months he's 53lbs and growing still. He eats Orijen kibble in correct portions and gets worked daily, I have a feeling at this rate he's going to hit mid 60's or more. I was hoping he would have been around 50-55 full grown, but looks like he's got more of his mom in him.
 

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I am also curious as Buddy will be 4 months on the 25th of January 2013, he was 21.6lbs when he was 3months.

 

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Buddy at 4 months weighed 31Lbs... a week later (yesterday) he was 34lbs.
I estimate (and hope) his adult weight will be around 55lbs or less:D. He still has a lot od loose skin but he doesn't look overweight (even the vet said so).:thumbsup:
 

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