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When do the cairn's stop growing?


juliewi
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Hi all just been lurking for awhile not posted in awhile i also uploaded some pic. of my baby Chance ... I think i did it right not sure...

But i have a 4 1/2 month old and I was just wondering at what age they stop getting bigger. ?

THanks Julie Happy holidays to you all....

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The breed standard mentions that the description of the ideal Cairn is for a mature dog of two years.

Weight and measurements are for mature dogs at two years of age. Older dogs may weigh slightly in excess and growing dogs may be under these weights and measurements.

I'd say they typically reach their height and length by a year - sometimes 9 months. They then continue to 'body up' for a while: their chests drop, their heads broaden, and they add muscles.

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