Nikita

When will my Husky stop growing? She is 7 months old and she is 46lbs.


Asked by Nikita on Mar 2nd 2009 in Siberian Husky
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McKenzie May McWoofen

dogs are usually done with their bone growth at 8 months old but depending on the breed they can still bulk up until they are 2 yrs old.
good luck! your almost there!


McKenzie May McWoofen answered on 3/2/09. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer


 Birdy

She'll probably still put on some height until he's almost a year. The second year he'll fill out. Unless she's from an extremely small family, she'll be adding a bit to 46....I wouldn't be surprised to see her get up to 80-ish.

A good friend of mine breeds the cinnamon Huskies. They all weigh in the 80's.

Good luck, they are super wonderful doggies!


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Shayne CGC, RL2

Large breed dogs like yours will continue to grow through their second year. She will reach her full height by the end of her first year and will slowly fill out through her second year.

The general rule of thumb for a 'final' weight on a dog is to double their weight at 4 months that will be a good estimate for their final weight.

That being said, i would put a guess that she'll end up around 60-65 lbs.


Shayne CGC, RL2 answered on 3/3/09. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer


Dieta

A dog is not fully mature and grown til 2 years.
But usually their growth tappers off around 18months. They usually fill out more after the 18 months but their height is probaly maxed out at 18months.
She is very pretty.


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Guest

Huskys continue to grow up to one year.
average height is about 24" and appropiate
weight is 70 pounds.

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Member 805795 answered on 3/9/09. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer