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How much more weight will he put on

My little goofis is 9.5months he is 86lb. roughly how much more weight do pupper usually put on...another 10lb -20lb??
Dad was 130 half italian mastiff half(pitbull..who knows know n days)
mom was apbt....looked like a staffy to me 75lb


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Both of my dogs grew taller for the first year, then filled out for another year after. They didn’t put on much weight after that, just lost that puppy look and started building muscle. Squirt is actually lighter now then he was at 1-2 years because he leaned out with exercise. Pig lost puppy fat and gained muscle and ended up about the same weight.

If your dog is a large or giant breed mix, however, I’d say you’re going to see at least slight changes in shape and weight until 3 years old.