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Thread: 7 1/2 month old - Overweight or not

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    Default Re: 7 1/2 month old - Overweight or not

    He looks great to me but like the others have said its very important to watch their diet and when given treats especially store bought treats adjust their kibble accordingly. I make all Sheldon's treats as well as use only small amounts of fresh fruits and veggies as training treats, and I don't have to worry about them having a hole bunch of calories.

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    Default Re: 7 1/2 month old - Overweight or not

    Quote Originally Posted by BoonDocks View Post
    OK, thank you. I forgot to mention that we contacted the breeder about Boon's parents weight. Momma is 40-45 and daddy is 50-55. He thought is was kinda weird cuz Boon's sis/bro's parents called too cuz their pup is HUGH too. SO maybe they just thru a HUGH litter. Anyway he goes to vet tomorrow cuz he's been limping for a week, so we want to get it checked out. Well talk to the vet about changing food to adult.
    Limping could be growing pains.... but keep us posted. nd, think about a different food.. SD is good for short periods of time to address an issue, not really good for long term. check out the Dogfood ratings list we have here to help with your decision.
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