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How much does your 4 to 6 month puppy weigh?

Discussion in 'Pit Bull Puppy Discussions' started by roo'smom, Jul 16, 2012.

  1. oldman

    oldman Little Dog

    I would like to see them.
     
  2. jerry white

    jerry white Puppy

    I get that but I ain't fighting my dogs and I work my dogs alot
     
  3. oldman

    oldman Little Dog

    Please take a short trip over to Game Dog and take a look at the pics of dogs that are worked. I think you will be surprised at the way they look. There are even some working dogs on this site you could look at.
    Muscles are not any good unless they give a dog more strength. Short bulging muscles are not desired as a muscle gets it's strength by how far the can move. Short bulging muscles do not move that much and are not as strong as long conditioned muscle.
     
  4. jerry white

    jerry white Puppy

    Ok I will my dog use to hang from a spring pole that was almost ten feet off the ground sometime for hours man along with a weight building supplement I am telling you I purposely made my dog gain weight with supplements
     
  5. oldman

    oldman Little Dog

    You can get a dog to gain weight with supplements but it will not be muscle weight.
     
  6. Michele

    Michele Chi Super Dog Staff Member Administrator

  7. AGK

    AGK Scratch Kingz Staff Member Super Moderator

    We're friendly. Sort of... :))

    We at Game-dog are just your more hardcore enthusiast of the breed where as here at PBC is more your everyday person who has a petbull type dog more times than not.

    As far as the guy thinking there is a 105lb APBT, come on through and get you a PHD in Bulldogology.
    http://www.game-dog.com/index.php

    There is only one way you could prove to me that dog is purebred at that weight and son I don't believe no matter how much money you got to cover a bet, you won't be proving me wrong.

    The written standard is 30 to 60 lbs with some being a little smaller or a little larger but not 45 lbs larger. The analogy you used comparing human height to a dog's weight is silly. How many 110lb collies do you see or 50 lb jack Russel terriers or 300 lb mastiffs?

    You don't.

    Papers don't mean anything. Dogs can't read them......
     
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  8. Mister

    Mister Little Dog

    What is the name of this weight gain supplement you’ve mentioned a few times?
    Having your dog hang in the air of a springpole is an ineffectual exercise and isn’t going to build much if any muscle. Far better for the dog to let them keep their feet on the ground and work a springpole that way. Coupled with other exercises.
    All your doing from what I can read of your postings is fattening up your dogs and not correctly exercising them.
     

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