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Old 05-20-2010, 09:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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how to get my 4 month bigger

i have a 4month old pitbull her mom is a terrior and her father is a big red nose with a big head so i was wondering what can i do to get it a good excercise
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Old 05-20-2010, 10:02 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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for now just play. don't wanna do anything too strenuous or it can hurt him. walks, run in the grass not on cement or hard surfaces. tug, fetch and socialize as much as possible until about 6 months. lots of different ppl and dogs. obedience classes are great for mental exercise and help you keep him under control.
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Old 05-20-2010, 10:55 PM   #3 (permalink)
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she a puppy and the best thing you can do for her is let her be a puppy. get some ground work obedience done.
im sure your pup would love the flirt pole!
and just because the parent(s) have a certain trait doesnt mean your dog will either. and despite all work out your dog is truly limited by its past genes.
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Old 05-21-2010, 12:44 AM   #4 (permalink)
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She will only be as good as the genetics behind her. Putting too much body weight on her and over exercising can do much more harm than good especially in a young pup. APBTs can grow and mature and full out until 2-3 years old depending on the bloodlines/genetics behind them.

Enjoy your pup and let her enjoy being a puppy!
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Old 05-21-2010, 03:07 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Good post everyone.

Let that girl enjoy her pupyhood and you enjoy it too as it pass so fast.
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Old 05-21-2010, 03:51 AM   #6 (permalink)
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I wouldn't worry about getting her bigger as excess weight will really mess up your dogs frame and joints. I see way to often people adding mass to a dog to strive for size when it harms the body. It is best for your dog the be fit and in shape. This is an athletic type of dog and should be dealt with as so.

Now for good exercise that will keep her in the condition she should be hand walking is great as well as spring and flirt poles. Just don't have your puppy jumping. Hang your pole low so they can touch the ground and keep your flirt line low so she is not jumping for it.

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The type of dog you own is not meant to be bulky and muscular. Your dog can get ripped by being lean but bulky muscle is out of the question for that dog.
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Old 05-21-2010, 08:03 PM   #8 (permalink)
 
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can someone post a picture so i can see the biggest she will get pleasee
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Old 05-21-2010, 08:56 PM   #9 (permalink)
 
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It's hard to tell because genetics is so scattered with some breedings. how much does she weigh now? She looks like a regular pit bull size now and that is more along the lines of 35-55lbs. If you want a big bully looking dog then buy one that meant to get bigger like a bully.

What you can do is double her weight now at 4 months and that will give you an idea of how much she will weigh as an adult. It is not exact but is is as close of a guess as you can get right now.

How much did her parents weight?
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cant change genitics... sounds like u want a bully instead of a pitbull...........love her for what she is
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Old 05-21-2010, 10:06 PM   #11 (permalink)
 
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no i dont want a bully i just want a pitbull with some meat on her bones she just looks skinny to me for her age
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She is only a puppy. As she grows she will go through awkward stages of being thin and lanky ... to filling out a little then back to thin til she stops growing then starts developing muscle tone. What ever her genetic make up is will give you an idea what she will look like once she's stopped growing and that is over a year from now.

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I JUST STARTED FEEDING HER IAMS PUPPY FOOD IS THAT GOOD FOR HER ???? AND HER FATHER IS REALLY BIG N MUSCULAR AND THE MOTHER IS A TERRIOR SHE IS KINDA THICK ANY IDEAS WILL SHE TAKE THE MOTHER OR FATHER SIDE ??
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Again no way to tell who she will take after but turn off your caps lock please. again how much does she weigh?
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I JUST STARTED FEEDING HER IAMS PUPPY FOOD IS THAT GOOD FOR HER ???? AND HER FATHER IS REALLY BIG N MUSCULAR AND THE MOTHER IS A TERRIOR SHE IS KINDA THICK ANY IDEAS WILL SHE TAKE THE MOTHER OR FATHER SIDE ??
iams is crap and so is eukanuba

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dogs are primarily meat eaters designed to eat and utilizr primarily meat product. Eukanuba Large Breed Puppy uses CORN as its primary ingredient. the Chicken is only listen first because its precooked weight places it there. once this food was cooked, the corn meal easily became the main ingredient. the chicken was about 70% water weight, so once that was removed, it became a pretty insignificant ingredient.

its one of the dirty tricks of the pet food manufacturers, and it makes unaware consumers think a meat being listed first is a good thing. its not, unless there is an accompanying named meat meal listed also before any non meat ingreadients. so, a person should know what they are getting when they read the label.

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Orijen: If there is a list of the 10 best dry dog foods, then Origen would certainly feature on it. This premium dry food is recognized by experts and pet owners, as a very high grade dry dog food. Containing 70 percent meat and 30 percent fruit and vegetables, this dog food has fresh and natural ingredients, that keep your dog in top shape. One of its key advantages, is that it contains no grains at all, relying instead on potatoes for carbohydrates. This eliminates the problem of grain intolerances in dogs.

Innova: Priced around $1.32 per pound, Innova has whole ingredients, with the three main proteins, right at the top of the list. Containing meat, fish and vegetables, this product ensures that all dietary needs of your dog are met. It is rich in vitamins, chelated minerals, omega three and omega six fatty acids. It also contains probiotics. (NOTE!!..Natura makers of Innova, EVO, California Natural, HealthWise, and Karma have sold to Proctor and Gamble (maker of Iams/Eukanuba) which are know for their poor ingredients and animal cruelty.)

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Canidae: Offering a diet of complete amino acids, containing four major proteins and whole ingredients, Canidae is a canned dog food. Although they have more grains than other premium dog foods, it is more than compensated by the human grade meat and the absence of cheap fillers. Priced on the higher side, this canned food can be fed as a sole food or can even mixed with other dry dog food.

Chicken Soup for the Pet Lover's Soul: This is a dry dog food, which though less expensive than the other supermarket brands, contains top quality ingredients like chicken, turkey, chicken meal, turkey meal, whole-grain brown rice and whole-grain white rice.

Nutro: Containing top dog food brands like 'Natural Choice Complete' and 'Ultra Dog', Nutro uses all-natural ingredients and has vitamin E. The absence of any synthetic preservatives and cheap fillers in this food, makes it an ideal choice for dogs with sensitive stomachs.

Wellness Dog Food: The popular product, Wellness Super5Mix, contains three main proteins, right at the top of the ingredient list. They use filtered water in the production of this food and probiotics are also added afterwards. With a promise that all lamb is hormone free, this dog food should really be higher up on the list.

Wysong Maintenance: Priced at around $1.00 per pound, this is a brand best suited for dogs with meat allergies, as it contains very little meat compared to other brands.

California Natural Dog Food: This is a hypoallergenic dog food, beneficial for dogs with skin allergies and hyper food sensitivities. Priced at $0.92 per pound, this product contains only one protein, one fat and one carbohydrate source, and is free of gluten, wheat, corn and soy. (NOTE!!..Natura makers of Innova, EVO, California Natural, HealthWise, and Karma have sold to Proctor and Gamble (maker of Iams/Eukanuba) which are know for their poor ingredients and animal cruelty.)

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p.s.......if u plan on switching dog foods make sure its a gradual change... Mix up the old food with the new food for about a week ... If u dont he can have health issues trying to adjust from a crap corn based diet to a good diet
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