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usually upwards they stop 10-12 months. and then spend the next 1-2 years filling out. so by 3 they are usually fully done growing.
 
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adding to what angel said.

It will also depend on bloodline and breed of the dog. Many breeds of a larger size develope at a slower rate. Slower growth means a sound foundation. Have a large dog that has a fast growth and you will have joint and hip problems.

My apbts have all finished growth by 3. Usually in that 2-3 year range.
 

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depends what breed he is, Im assuming its safe to say he isnt APBT , is he an american bully? or a mix?
 

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is he american bully?
 

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I think the yes....registered response Angel was saying he is a bully ;) just my guess. I'd like to know bloodlines :)
 

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He reminds me of a cane corso
 

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At 10 months, both my pups weigh 51lbs. They don't look like they would though. Dillon is much more muscular that her littermate Sherry. The breeder I got them from told be their bloodline is RazorEdge. I've researched the bloodline and know that they don't grow tall but grow out. Once I figure how to post with pictures, I'll add some of my pups.
 
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