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Bully growth

Discussion in 'American Bully' started by CallSignOWL, Sep 10, 2012.

  1. pitbulldogs

    pitbulldogs OHMUHGERD Staff Member Administrator

    I am assuming by fill out more you mean see more muscle popping out, you can tone what is there with exercise/work and that will help with definition. The dog will likely continue to fill out over the next couple of years, after about the age of 2 it's a slow process but it's not uncommon for them to keep filling out up to the age of 3.
     
  2. What work do you suggest beside walking and running around
     
  3. pitbulldogs

    pitbulldogs OHMUHGERD Staff Member Administrator

    Lots of different things, tug, spring pole, flirt pole, fetch, swimming, sprints, weight pulling, dock diving ect.. It really is limitless, just find what he enjoys doing and work with it, also work on things that challenge him mentally, i try and work on both at the same time but my guys are a little drivey so i have to pick and choose which ones to work on.
     
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  4. This is what we are currently feeding our dogs
     

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  5. TWadeJ

    TWadeJ Big Dog

  6. Nat Ursula

    Nat Ursula Good Dog

  7. Ogden1979

    Ogden1979 Puppy

    7812109A-1AE1-40A9-9C36-7217AB01D21A.jpeg Hobbes at 7 months . Almost 75lbs
     
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    Ogden1979 Puppy

  9. Worg

    Worg Big Dog

    Btw Slow growth is good, dogs on a proper healthy diet grow slower than dogs on sugary kibble that has too much protien. Large breed dogs can have joint issues as well as poor muscle development when they grow too fast. this is why so many brands have kibble specific to large breed puppies. I personally use puppy food until 1.5/2ish years (when I fed kibble, doing raw right now). Just be sure to check the ingredients and protien levels, a large breed puppy specific food isn't always necessary.

    I would suggest Fromm, it's one of the more affordable options for a good quality food from a reputable company.
     
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