How much do Siberian Huskies grow after 6 months?

I know all the normal specs. for male vs. female husky weight and height. And I know that larger dogs grow until they are at least 9 months. But my husky grew like a weed until about a month ago and she hasn't really gained anymore weight or gotten any taller. She is only 6 months. Do you think she will just be a smaller husky (she does weigh 33 lbs) or will she grow a little bit more?
She will keep growing, just at a slower pace. When my dog was 6 months she was about 38lbs or so, and she is now 8 months and 46. She isn't fatter, just taller and more muscle. It is so gradual it is hard to see at first. She will get there…

  • bpbjess

    She will keep growing, just at a slower pace. When my dog was 6 months she was about 38lbs or so, and she is now 8 months and 46. She isn't fatter, just taller and more muscle. It is so gradual it is hard to see at first.

    She will get there…
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  • Shelly t

    She will grow some more a little at a time until she is 2 years old. All dogs are considered pups until they are 2 years old and that is why no dog should be breed before it is 2. Just as a child. at 13-16 there bodies are still growing. they recomend them not getting pregnant until 18. Dogs are like people just follow the same rule. They will have growing spurts.
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  • kitkatness

    They won't stop growing till they are about a year
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  • Ryan S

    I have a siberian husky, and he remained thin for almost 3 years. However, full height was reached within a year. If she is thin, then I am sure she will gain some weight as she ages. The height thing will have to be seen. However, a female husky should weigh less than 50 lbs for the most part. They are not large dogs. I would suspect she will come close to reaching this weight.
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The Siberian Husky Manual