Small breeds tend to stop growing at around 6-8 months, while medium and large breeds may continue to grow until they are 12-18 months old.
Puppies need a well-balanced diet to support their growth. Make sure your puppy is getting the nutrients they need from a high-quality food.
Certain health conditions can affect growth. If you are concerned about your puppy's growth, talk to your veterinarian.
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Even though your puppy should stop growing by adulthood, it's important to continue to monitor their weight and body condition. This will help you ensure that they are maintaining a healthy weight.
Once your puppy has stopped growing, you can enjoy all the years of companionship and love that an adult dog has to offer.
Most dogs stop growing by 12-18 months of age, but there are some factors that can influence growth. If you are concerned about your puppy's growth, talk to your veterinarian.