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How big is my puppy pit is going to get can anyone help please

Discussion in 'General Dog Discussions' started by ens.dre, Feb 3, 2014.

  1. ens.dre

    ens.dre Puppy

    He is a pure breed blue nose both his parents have papers still waiting on mine still curious how big he would get[​IMG]
    He's a blue fawn both his parents are blue nose [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]


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  2. ens.dre

    ens.dre Puppy

    Here's anothr picture [​IMG]


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  3. Cosmic Charlie

    Cosmic Charlie Good Dog

    We can't estimate the full grown size by pictures. He's a nice looking dog. Don't worry about size and just love your dog.
    Figure somewhere in between the sire and dam. I would guess bigger than a apbt. The parents look very bully. I would be interested in seeing what the pedigree looks like.
    If it was registered you can get the pedigree online. Then you may be able to estimate weight more accurately.. Until you have the papers and could look at the ancestry you won't know if it's an APBT or not.
    If you wanted papers you should of had a registration paper when you picked up the dog. Sadly, many byb tell their customers the "papers are coming". There would be no reason not to receive the registration form when you payed for the puppy. Then you being the new owner, send out for a pedigree. The parents have black noses. "Blue nose" is just what it sounds like. A description of nose color and nothing more. "Blue nose" and "red nose" are not types of bull dogs.
     
  4. Blueduck1105

    Blueduck1105 Little Dog

    Handsome boy!. Cosmic Charlie worded it well as far as the size though. Keep us posted whenever you get the papers and people can further help you out!

    Congrats on the puppy!
     
  5. kamikaze

    kamikaze Good Dog

    "He is a pure breed blue nose"

    'Blue Nose' is not a breed. Its just the colour of the nose. and If they told you 'hes a pure bred blue nose'....LOL on them idiots. Your pup will prob end up around the size of the parents. Except they're overweight. So just imagine them if they were the same height, but proper weight (the female actually still looks like a puppy her damn self. =/).


    Hope you stick around and bookmark this forum! You'll learn some awesome tricks with exercises, training, proper food, and body upkeep needed/best suited for Bulldog types.

    The BLue collar posted in the last photo looks like it might need adjusted. Looks like you had tried to tighten it, but never brought the webbing around in the inside correctly?! Wouldn't want him to pull and webbing go to the proper area, then the collar slip off from being big. (Hope that makes sense lol. They are hard to adjust at first, if you don't really understand it.).

    Good Luck with your new addition!! Hope you keep posting more of him =))







     
  6. CrazyK9

    CrazyK9 Good Dog

    Your dog actually looks Isabella to me, not blue fawn and certainly not "blue nose" lol.
    You have an American Bully not an APBT. The weight of the parents and grandparents will give you insight to your pups future weight. We can't make much of a guess.
     
  7. lizzie13

    lizzie13 Good Dog

    Your pups nose isnt blue. Hes cute though.
     
  8. Mollie's Nana

    Mollie's Nana Krypto Super Dog Staff Member

    Beautiful boy... and as everyone else has stated, best way to guess the size, is to look at the parents, grandparents, great grandparents... and kinda figure he will be somewhere inbetween. No way to know for sure, but what ever size he ends up being, as long as you love him, and raise him correctly, you can't be disappointed in size. He will be the perfect size, because he will be loved and healthy. =)
     
  9. E Diggy

    E Diggy Big Dog

    Nice looking dog. His nose isn't blue and "blue nose" isn't a breed or a specialized type. He's a bully, and that's cool, but that's what he is. If you see the parents, you have a good estimation of how big he'll get. If he's a little bigger or a little smaller, don't sweat it.
     
  10. Beatrix Kiddo

    Beatrix Kiddo Good Dog

    very pretty boy!
     
  11. ens.dre

    ens.dre Puppy

    Thanks for the replies guys , good info , he has papers I just didn't ask for them ,my very good friend which is my boss let me have him for free and I seen the dad's papers he is huge and I seems the moms papers she's mlarge aswell reason I didn't ask for the papers was cause I got him for free but I told him I'll pay for them so he's going to get them for me :) , so he is not a pitbull?? , and what's an Isabella guys, bully ? , and why would you say bulldog!???


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  12. GoingPostal

    GoingPostal Good Dog

    Isabella is a color, basically a dilute of both red and blue I believe but I'm not a color expert. The parents look like American Bullies which is not the same as an American Pit Bull Terrier.
     
  13. lizzie13

    lizzie13 Good Dog

    isabella is a dilute of liver (brown)
    American Bully is not a apbt... it is a mix of a few different breeds such as Amstaff/mastiff/bulldog etc. They just recently were recognized as their own breed last year.. they tend to be shorter, bigger, bigger head.. a lot of them are blue in color.
    and many people use the term "bulldog" just to describe breeds in the bully breed category
     
  14. ens.dre

    ens.dre Puppy

    Oh ok thanks again guys


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  15. ens.dre

    ens.dre Puppy

    I feed him solid gold wolf cub is that any good


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  16. Atheist

    Atheist Good Dog

    [h=2]How big is my puppy pit is going to get can anyone help please[/h]

    My guess is it will stop growing when you stop digging.
     
  17. lizzie13

    lizzie13 Good Dog




    Lol you are so bad
     
  18. bluebully

    bluebully Puppy

    Best to look at as many dogs in the pedigree from both sides. Look to see if there are any repeat names as this will be incidents of blood stacking even similar bloodlines. Size is genetic ! But look at his paw size / head size / space between eyes and bone density these things if they look bigger than normal then he will b growing into those things. Small paws and thin bone spells for a smaller dog as the base and frame aren't built to hold a heavy body.

    But truthfully it can't be calculated.


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  19. ens.dre

    ens.dre Puppy

    As soon as I get the papers I'll post something up and keep adding picture in his growth


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  20. bluebully

    bluebully Puppy

    There are ways to help your dog get to the biggest size that it can be.

    Lots of exercise
    High protein diet (also a raw diet)
    Weights
    Play with spring poles / sand pits / swimming

    Certain toys help stimulate muscle growth because of repetitive use I.e a fire mans hose or weighted spring pole.

    But keep in mind the dog will always grow to the most optimal size and weight for the lifestyle you both live.


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