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Will she ever grow into her head :)?

Discussion in 'American Bully' started by indygo, Aug 16, 2013.

  1. indygo

    indygo Puppy

    Idget is my first Am. Bully so not sure how they mature but my girl has a huge head and her body still hasn't caught up to it at 7 months. Everybody that sees her comments that her head is too big for her body.

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  2. catchrcall

    catchrcall Good Dog Staff Member Super Moderator

    It's a pup thing. Next week her paws will be too big. Then her ears. Then she'll look really tall. Then it'll be something else that doesn't fit. In the end it'll probably even out.
     
  3. Boogieman

    Boogieman Good Dog Premium Member

    Yep that's what I was gonna say :)
     
  4. OBIWAN_dza

    OBIWAN_dza Little Dog

    btween 10-16 weeks (short fat puppy)

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    about 4-6 months old ( long lanky skinny stage)

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    1.5 years old.... not sure how to describe this phase he looks different every day

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    like boogie said...its all a phase....they're gonna go through some ugly stages and then they'll go through a stage that u think "oh this is how i want him/her to look" then they'll change again....lol these are just a few pics i could find showing how they change over time
     

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