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Bully max

Discussion in 'Pit Bull Puppy Discussions' started by amritmavi23, May 19, 2015.

  1. amritmavi23

    amritmavi23 Puppy

    Can anyone tell me about the benefits of start giving bully max to a pitbull pup at the age of 7 weeks. I have a male pit and his ribs and other bones are visible , will bully max make him healthy and a bit chubby??

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  2. _unoriginal

    _unoriginal Cow Dog

    You don't want him chubby, it's terrible for his bones and joints. Put him on a good quality kibble and exercise him appropriately and he will grow the size he should be.

    If he's underweight and adding food isn't helping, time for a vet check.
  3. bsand

    bsand Good Dog

    I think that you were the guy with a very young pup? Like 4 weeks? More than likely he's got worms. Considering only a byb would give pups away that young, I highly doubt that they gave the pups any of their shots as they were too young. So either way take your pup on to the vet should have gone in at 6 weeks tho for first set of shots and dewormers if needed.
  4. Feeding a puppy an appropriate amount of quality puppy food and treating it for worms will get rid of the boniness. Your baby needs to see a vet for a check up.
  5. BCdogs

    BCdogs Good Dog Staff Member Super Moderator

    Even if your dog wasn't still a baby, Bully Max wouldn't be necessary. I personally think it's a scam and the company itself is unethical. (Stealing photos of fit dogs that don't use the supplement to use as advertisement).

    Think of it this way: it's like putting an infant or toddler on a protein powder/muscle supplement to try to buff them up. It's just silly, the dog will become as big and strong as genetics, proper exercise & diet allow.

    You also wouldn't want extra weight on an infant or toddler as this can obviously cause health issues; the same goes for puppies.

    Can you share a picture of your pup? We can help you determine whether or not he's at a healthy weight.
  6. amritmavi23

    amritmavi23 Puppy


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  7. BCdogs

    BCdogs Good Dog Staff Member Super Moderator

    He looks like he's at a good lean weight. A rib or two is okay. At this point, anything you give him to fatten him up will do just that, make him fat.
  8. amritmavi23

    amritmavi23 Puppy

    Will he get a large head or a smaller one??

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  9. BCdogs

    BCdogs Good Dog Staff Member Super Moderator

    Couldn't tell you. It all depends on genes. Look at the parents to get an idea, but does head size really matter?
  10. I agree with looking at the parents to get an approximation, but nothing you do or feed is going to change the shape of the pup's head.
  11. amritmavi23

    amritmavi23 Puppy

    [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG] These are pics oh his mother and father i know the head size doesn't matter but truly saying i want a bigger head

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  12. habdul

    habdul Little Dog

    Lol sheesh, Father looks like a beast
  13. DancesWithCurs

    DancesWithCurs Good Dog

    If you wanted a bigger head (who even knows why), then you should have chose a breeder who breeds consistently for a look you like. Your dog's going to be what it's genetically supposed to and no amount of anything is going to change that
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  14. If I had to guess, I would say your pup is going to look more like mom than dad, but it would be just that…a guess.
  15. NobodyHere

    NobodyHere Guest

    As the saying goes, "wish in one hand, shit in the other and see which gets filled first."

    If you want a dog with a huge head, for some misplaced reason, you picked the wrong breed.
  16. AdonisOnHigh

    AdonisOnHigh Little Dog Premium Member

    Neither of the parents have large heads (at least in my opinion) so he's not likely to have a head like some of the dogs out there. He'll probably be somewhere in the middle but there really is no way to tell for sure. You'll see once he turns 2 and finishes growing. His dad is absolutely gorgeous by the way!

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