When are dogs fully grown?

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When a dog is full grown depends on the breed of dog. Most dogs don't get any bigger physically after two to four years-old. Mental maturity depends on the personality of the dog. You can find more information here: http://dogs.lovetoknow.com/wiki/When_is_a_Puppy_Full_Grown
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Most dogs are full grown size wise when the are a year to three years old. Some of the larger breeds don't mature until much later though. Look here for more information:
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It depends on that certain breed of the dog but i would say about 9-12 pounds.
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Dobermans are born with their eyes closed and have creased ears. Puppies nurse at least every two hours, during which they take small amounts of milk to sustain their metabolism and
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That depends on the dog. Toys can be full grown at 7 months, while an dog like an Irish wolfhound will still be filling out at 18 months.
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