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Old 12-18-2013, 09:01 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 6 MONTH old puppy - worried he's too small

Hi everyone I have a 6month old german shepherd puppy. i got him when he was about 8 weeks. His name is DUKE btw. Hes very healthy and he acutally listens pretty well..he got trained fast because of me. And i just wanted to your guys help. I think hes to small for 6 months as i see it ...i seen other germans at 6 months and thyre pretty big.. i just want to ask you guys if hes to small for 6 months, and if he will be a big size when hes older

I just want to know if he looks pure breed or how BIG he will acutally get. HES almost 6 months couple more days

PLEASE HELP! THANKS EVERYONE!! bless you all.
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Hi everyone I have a 6month old german shepherd puppy. i got him when he was about 8 weeks. His name is DUKE btw. Hes very healthy and he acutally listens pretty well..he got trained fast because of me. And i just wanted to your guys help. I think hes to small for 6 months as i see it ...i seen other germans at 6 months and thyre pretty big.. i just want to ask you guys if hes to small for 6 months, and if he will be a big size when hes older

I just want to know if he looks pure breed or how BIG he will acutally get. HES almost 6 months couple more days

PLEASE HELP! THANKS EVERYONE!! bless you all.
Most people think GSDs are suppose to be huge which they are NOT. You or boy looks good size for his age.

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Most people think GSDs are suppose to be huge which they are NOT. You or boy looks good size for his age.

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Thanks mateee..i know most gsd dont get really huge. I really dont mind if hes not that huge i just want to know if he will grow more, or how big he will gett
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Thanks mateee..i know most gsd dont get really huge. I really dont mind if hes not that huge i just want to know if he will grow more, or how big he will gett
Trust me, he will get bigger he just turned 6 months. He's got long ways to go: )

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Hi everyone I have a 6month old german shepherd puppy. i got him when he was about 8 weeks. His name is DUKE btw. Hes very healthy and he acutally listens pretty well..he got trained fast because of me. And i just wanted to your guys help. I think hes to small for 6 months as i see it ...i seen other germans at 6 months and thyre pretty big.. i just want to ask you guys if hes to small for 6 months, and if he will be a big size when hes older

I just want to know if he looks pure breed or how BIG he will acutally get. HES almost 6 months couple more days

PLEASE HELP! THANKS EVERYONE!! bless you all.
Also don't base it off of all.of gsds you see. That's the problem with the view on GSDs. People assume that just cause they have seen monster GSDs means their dogs are too small. He looks about right.

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All GSD's grow at different rates, yours seems fine. As long as he's happy and healthy theres nothing to worry about.
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