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Old 03-14-2018, 06:33 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Your healthy, buff pit.

Who has a dog full of muscle and what do you feed them? Photos ok.

I have an 8 month old and heís been fed blue wilderness for 7 months of loose stools, and just changed to fromm which solidified his stools and I canít be more happy about it. Heís got good growth, but now I would like to consider trying to broaden his stance.

What do you guys recommend to make a bully thick, wide, and muscular?

I apologize if this is frowned upon..I only ask because Iíve seen.


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Genetics. That's what makes the "buff" dogs buff.
You can have a healthy athletic dog with miles of hand walking and proper food portions, but size and mass are from genetics.
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Also remember that most dogs won't 'widen' and broaden until after a year of age, sometimes closer to 2-3. There is no other way to broaden him but he's got a long way to go as far as growth in his breadth. Give the dog time to grow naturally, feed quality food and get plenty of exercise. That's the best way to get a healthy, athletic dog.
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Old 04-18-2018, 05:14 AM   #4 (permalink)
 
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A little late response, but thanks for the response guys!


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It will take awhile for your dog to make sure some dogs don't fully mature until 2 years old. Feeding a good proper diet with trout trying to bulk them up is all you need to do. Genetics is going to dictate what your dog is going to look like there's nothing that you can do to sway genetics. People always comment on my American Bully because he's so muscular and asked me how do I work him out. I say his workout consists of about 12 hours on the couch in between eating going to the bathroom and drinking water LOL. It's absolutely purely genetics. My American pitbull terriers are very muscular but again it's genetics. Now if I work them out they get more defined but the genetics is already there. Don't waste your money on the type of dog food you're feeding now that stuff is crap and made by Dymond. There's lots of food you can feed but my kennel feeds Victor dog food from a manufacturer in Texas. It's widely available all over the US you can even order it on chewy.com the worst thing you could do for your puppy is trying to overfeed them with too much protein and fat trying to bulk them up. Let genetics take over and enjoy your dog and feed a balanced food.

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Old 04-22-2018, 01:08 AM   #6 (permalink)
 
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Yeah Heís definitely got the same exercise your dog has. He also has two other dogs to play with. Well, one really..my female alpha doesnít like to play.

Thanks for the replies. I shall patiently wait for him to grow.

Iím currently feeding fromm puppy formula..will stick to to the fromm brand...his stomach likes it.


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