Question by  MichaelKearney (10)

When is a golden retriever full grown?


Answer by  Olive (1195)

Most golden retrievers are fully grown at the age of two years. This can vary somewhat, depending on the individual dog.


Answer by  justmesuzanne (625)

All dogs are physically mature at one year of age. So for breeding or changing to adult dog food, one year is a good age. It is good to have dogs spayed or neutered at six months. Some larger breeds of dogs take longer to become emotionally mature and to calm down and stop exhibiting puppyish behaviors.


Answer by  MikeD (32)

A golden retriever is full grown at the age of 3. It has become an adult after about 1 year, but after 3 years it will not keep growing.


Answer by  Anonymous

Well, from my experience, they vary, can be from 1 year to 3 years, but either way they always grow so your puppy shal be bigger each week, even if you don't notice it until a month has gone by. :)

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