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I have a Neapolitan Mastiff 9 months old.i want to know whether he is growing right?

hi i m varun sharma.i have a neapolitan mastiff 9 months old.i want to know whether he is growing right or not he is now 25.5 inches tall.............nd how much time will he take to grow full?
By varun sharma · 09 Apr 2010 9:14 am

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By Runni · 09 Apr 2010 11:36 am
Big dogs take more time to fully mature, atleast 2yrs. Slow growth is better for proper formation of bones. If ur pup is active & his ribs r not visible then he is fine. Dont allow him to put on extra weight as that will hinder his growth.
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By Gopal Krishna · 09 Apr 2010 6:34 pm
Thanks Runni for your valuable information...

Varun I would Like to ask you something... before owning the the Mastiff how much information you have collected???? I can sense a lack of information... Neapolitan mastiff is a very large breed and a dominance nature and protection instinct of the dog could be a very big problem like his size... these dog are are very sensitive and protective to his family... and once this dog gets this kind of attitude then its very hard to take this type of behavior out of the dog... because its impossible to physically dominate this dog... you can only trust your dog when he respect your commands... you can give excuse that you dog doesn't like stranger, your dog is very protective bla bla bla... hope you understand me... give him a proper training...
Gopal
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