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What should be the ideal measurements of an eight months old male Labrador?

what should be the ideal measurements of an eight months old male labrador?but plz dont write that it depends upon lab to lab,etc. i am asking about the normal measurements only.please tell his meaurements in inches only.. and my 2nd question is that for how many months or years does the height and width of a male lab increases?
By anupam · 26 Oct 2008 11:15 pm


By anupam · 27 Oct 2008 7:35 pm
thanks quest101.
plz tell me one thing. My male lab is 7.5 months old and his height is 21.5 inches.now according to the data given by you above(which say that the height of a male lab is around 22 inches),does it mean that my lab will have the increment of 1 or 1.5 inches only in the next 5 to 6 months?

I am asking you all these because my dog's vet siad that minimum height of a lab is 24 inches but can go onto 25,26 or 27 inches as well depending upon lab to lab.

A lab of 27 inches is found in only 1 of 100.
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By anupam · 31 Oct 2008 12:13 am
thanks again quest101.i briefed my vet about the stats posted by you and he said that UK labs are shorter than US breeds and US labs have the average height of 24 inches.now i have no idea about whether my lab is US import or UK import.
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By anupam · 31 Oct 2008 1:43 am
now that my lab is 7.5 months old and also he is 21.5 inches tall,can anybody from you tell me that for how many months from now his height will increase?can he touch 24 inches?
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