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At about 18 months of age my American pit bull Terrier is starting to fill out.

Discussion in 'General Dog Discussions' started by Brunotheboxer, Feb 8, 2014.

  1. Brunotheboxer

    Brunotheboxer Little Dog

    Here is my latest picture of Maybelline. She is such a great dog and I love her as a daughter. The winter has been long and cold up here but I have managed to keep her very trim and healthy with the use of a treadmill and walking outside anyway. Every time we get a snowstorm I go in the backyard and snowblow a track around the whole perimeter of the yard so she can run around. The American pit bull Terrier the most misunderstood breed of dog known to man.

  2. Savage Destiny

    Savage Destiny Big Dog

    Such a gorgeous girl!
  3. phillysmom

    phillysmom Good Dog

    Oh wow! She's really super cute!
  4. E Diggy

    E Diggy Big Dog

    Nice! Yeah 18 months is around the time you'll see dogs start to grow into their skin.

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