How big do Pitbull Terriers grow? The American Pit Bull Terrier varies in size: males are normally about 18–21 inches (45–53 cm) in height and around 35–60 pounds (15–27 kg) in weight, while females are normally around 17–20 inches (43–50 cm) in height and 30–50 pounds (13–22 kg) in weight.
At what age is a pitbull fully 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.
Can pit bulls weigh 100 pounds? That means pit bulls range in size. Breeds such as American Staffordshire Terrier, Staffordshire Bull Terrier, and Cane Corso mixes weigh in the 30-40 lb. range, while mastiff mixes can weigh well over 100 lbs. As mentioned above, the average pit bull weighs in around 55-60 lbs.
How much should a 1 year old pitbull weigh? When your pitbull reaches 6 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.