You can start by feeding them a diet with more fats and protein in it, that will make your pit gain weight. If you want more muscle on your pit, do it in a way thats fun for your dog. Don't put weights around his neck all day! (which a lot of people recommend). Get him a spring pole, and hang it off a secure branch, just high enough so his back paws can barely touch the ground. My pits love it! And it builds tons muscle in a healthy way.
You could also start training him for weight pulling contests. My pitbulls also love doing this. But you need to train slow and be consistent. Slowly add more weight to prevent injury, and train every day.
Just do things that your pitbull likes!
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Can anyone tell me how big my red Nose pitbull will get when he reaches adulthood? Right now he Is 5 months old and weighs 45 lb.
Hello there! I think that it all depends on the nature of the dog itself and physical capabilities. But you can visually make it seem like you have a very powerful dog. Harnesses like Dog Harness Australia usually look good on these breeds. I saw a couple of pit bulls and it looked awesome.