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    gwps

    Lads when do GWPs stop growing???? I think mine should be a GW Monster... lol

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    nutty

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    He's looking good nutty, how's the training going?

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    their ability to cause havoc never stops growing nutty LOL
    sinbad
    I wish I was half the hunter my dog thinks I am

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    Mine was still growing at 18months and was 28" tts!

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    In size...about 18months...in attitude....never!
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    Quote Originally Posted by unicorn71 View Post
    He's looking good nutty, how's the training going?
    Cheers Im taking the training slowly but Im happy with how the basics are going. I like letting pups be pups and not pushing them.

    Nutty

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    Quote Originally Posted by limulus View Post
    In size...about 18months...in attitude....never!
    He can keep his attitude its what makes them for me.

    Nutty

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    Quote Originally Posted by nuttyspaniel View Post
    He can keep his attitude its what makes them for me.

    Nutty
    Hi,I have the biggest dog pup out of the same litter as yours and he's even bigger than your dog.i'll be able to ride him to our shoots if he doesn't stop growing soon.he makes my other gwp who's also a dog and is 19 month old look small.regards Gary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by limulus View Post
    In size...about 18months...in attitude....never!
    I'd say the same, mines stopped growing up the way around at around a year and a half. Mines is a heavy well set bitch and at last weighing was 6 stone.

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    Thats the way i discribe the wife cadex it means i dont need to call her a fat bitch to her face lol.

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