Ok...so...I have this Brindle pit-bull. My 14 year old daughter got him in December from a friend of hers and he was already like 3 months old, which would make him about 10 months old now. I think he's about as tall as he's going to get because he doesn't seem to be getting any taller...but he's kind of tall anyway compared to some of the full grown Brindles that I've seen running around, but he's like really thin and they're like really broad. He eats like 2 Large dog size bowls of puppy chow a day, table scraps, and isn't to proud to eat the cat's food too, plus the kids give him endless amounts of milk-bones everyday. I've raised dogs before, just not pits, and any other dog would get fat if they ate like he does...but he's like really super thin. He's also very hyper. He has strength...I weigh 200 pounds and unless I lean all of my weight backward when I walk him, he'll drag me. So why is does it seem that he's not getting any broader and doesn't seem to be putting on weight? And is it a bad thing that he's thin, because I don't see thin pit-bulls around here.