4 Month Old Pitbull

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4 Month Old Pitbull

Pitbull Male Puppy Growth Chart (lb & kg)

To give you a better idea of how your male Pittie’s growth will be like, take a look below:

Pitbull Male Age Female Average Weight
1 month 9.2 lbs (4.2 kg)
2 months 19.9 lbs (9 kg)
3 months 31.3 lbs (14.2 kg)
4 months 41.8 lbs (19 kg)
5 months 50.6 lbs (22.9 kg)
6 months 57.4 lbs (26.1 kg)
7 months 62.6 lbs (28.4 kg)
8 months 66.4 lbs (30.1 kg)
9 months 69.4 lbs (31.5 kg)
10 months 72 lbs (32.7 kg)
11 months 74.3 lbs (33.7 kg)
12 months 76 lbs (34.5 kg)

The Ultimate Pitbull Growth Chart by Weight

4 Month Old Pitbull

Pitbulls puppies have the potential to grow up to 65 lbs. If you’re wondering what your dog’s adult weight is going to be, we have a Pitbull puppy weight chart that can give you an approximate estimation of your dog’s adult size.

While the charts below should give you an idea of your Pittie pup’s weight gain and growth trajectory, it is meant to be an example and not as a hard-and-fast rule.


How big is a 4 month old pit bull?

For a 4-month-old, 35 to 40 pounds is approximately average. When your pitbull reaches six months old, 40 to 60 pounds is an average ballpark. At one year of age, that increases to 50 to 75 pounds. Males often weigh a few more pounds than females.

How much should you feed a 4 month old pitbull?

Bullies that are about four to six months old should have three meals daily. Pitbull pups older than six months should have two to three meals every day. Adult Pitbulls should eat about 1 pound or two cups a day of food. Some larger Bullies may need more.

What age is a pitbull full grown?

When do Pitbulls stop growing? Pitbulls usually stop growing around 12 to 18 months of age, and they shouldn’t get any taller after this age. As for their mature weight, that can take up to 3 years to reach.

What age do pitbulls start showing aggression?

Pit bulls will commonly start developing signs of dog aggression between the ages of 8 months and 2 years, although it can develop at any age and can come on either gradually or quite suddenly. It is important to note that many pit bulls do not display the “typical” signs of dog aggression before a fight.