Question by  Aspasia (14)

At what age do red nose pit bulls stop growing?


Answer by  tofuturk (581)

Medium to large size breeds slow down growth significantly at 9 months of age. They will grow a little more then stop completely after 12 months old.


Answer by  Geez (224)

In general red nose pit bulls reach their full height at around one year. Their weight reaches to full growth by 18-24 months. So it can be considered full grown by 2 years.


Answer by  shastie (1601)

Most dogs stop growing around 12-18 months. Although larger dogs may take a little longer than small dogs. The average weight for a red nosed pit bull is around 70 pounds and it may take a couple of years for them to reach their full weight. Height wise they are done in about a year.


Answer by  chaundacherry (58)

I believe they stop growing at around 3 years. They hit they're height by then but it seems to take longer for them to really fill out. I've found that boxers and pitts seem to be the same when it comes to gaining muscle.


Answer by  Roland27 (16334)

Most large breed dogs stop growing around the age of one year and six months old. Some may stop growing slightly sooner and some may grow slightly longer.

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