At what age do dogs stop growing? Dogs are considered to be in their growth phase until they reach about one year of age. However, it is important to note that there is no set point in time where your dog will stop growing. Some dogs may grow larger than others, but all dogs have the potential to grow for their entire lives. The more time that goes by, however, the less your dog is able to gain weight or muscle mass because they are already fully grown.
Dogs Education provides dog owners with information on what to expect as their dog ages. Learn about common health issues, changes in behavior, and how to make your dog’s golden years comfortable and enjoyable.