How big should my pitbull puppy be at 14 weeks?

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Question by Stephen L: How big should my pitbull puppy be at 14 weeks?
I have a pit bull puppy he’s almost 14 weeks and weighs 23.5 lbs. The breeder i bought him from kept his brother and he said he weighs almost 30 lbs and the runt weighs 27 lbs idk if i believe him but 4 and 6 lbs is a big difference being almost 14 weeks and brothers and im feeding him nutro puppy food with 29 % protein and a little bit of evo 43 % protein and some goats milk to wet it down

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7 Responses to How big should my pitbull puppy be at 14 weeks?

  1. about the size of your mother

    Jacob
    April 21, 2014 at 4:02 am
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  2. If both of them are being honest it sounds like he is the right size. He may just be a little smaller than his brother. I wouldn’t worry unless he looks emaciated.

    angel_of_alight
    April 21, 2014 at 4:09 am
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  3. The weight can vary a lot depending on the build of both the mother and the father and the activity of the pups. As long as he’s eating and healthy, I wouldn’t worry about it. He sounds like he’s within the ballpark of his siblings.

    Carribian Bound
    April 21, 2014 at 4:32 am
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  4. My 11 week old APBT is much thinner than her litter mates. The vet said not to worry about her weight, that she is healthy and growing. She is just thinner because I am walking her 2 to 3 miles over the course of the day and her litter mates are still confined to a kennel with little physical exercise.

    As long as he is growing and the vet says he is healthy don’t worry and go take a nice long walk. :)

    Beth
    April 21, 2014 at 5:08 am
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  5. pit bulls can vary widely in size. he could just be growing slower than the others, that’s not to say he won’t have a growth spurt. =) he’s fine in terms of his size as long as he looks healthy.

    on a side note, PLEASE don’t feed nutro. it really is crap food. i used to feed it, until i found out it’s really not high quality like it claims to be. go to dogfoodanalysis.com and check it out, you’ll see. evo, however, is a great food.

    Bree
    April 21, 2014 at 5:25 am
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  6. im not sure about weight but i think he should stand about halfway up your shin

    Zoe
    April 21, 2014 at 5:37 am
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  7. he sounds like a good weight. please check out http://www.dogfoodanalysis.com/ and try to get your dog on a better food. I foster dogs and puppies and ALOT of them had allergies on that food. look for a 4 star or higher food. personally i use wellness, blue buffalo, and taste of the wild. good luck with your puppy =)

    NIKI
    April 21, 2014 at 6:31 am
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