what's the weight of a 10 wk old pitbull
what's the weight of a 10 wk old pitbull?
That's a question that it isn't possible to answer with an certainty - because all puppies are different, and Pitbulls can vary considerably in terms of size/weight depending on the particular 'type' and bloodlines.
You can check out my Puppy Weight Estimates page to get a general idea of how pups grow and develop, and how to estimate their eventual size.
I would guess that a Pitbull pup would weigh somewhere between 8 and 12lbs at 10 weeks, but that's just a guess, I'm not familiar enough with the breed to give you more than that I'm afraid. If your pup looks 'rounded' and not skinny, is active and happy, is eating and drinking normally, and is up to date on puppy shots and deworming, then he is probably the correct size for HIM.
It's very important to feed a premium quality puppy food so that your pup gets the opportunity to grow and develop to his full potential and to avoid skeletal problems or dietary deficiencies. You can get lots of free tips and advice about feeding your pup on my Puppy Kibble page.
Hope this helps some. Best of luck with your puppy.
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