Promoting responsible German Shepherd Dog ownership
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That’s a pretty significant amount. How’s it affected his performance?
His drive is higher, stamina is better, agility and speed are improved.
It’s healthier to carry less weight.
Yes, I was concerned that he would blow out a knee on long bites or attack bites, as well as the general negative effects of obesity.
I’ve been dieting Cion since his last trial. I can see that he’s at a much better weight but I haven’t checked how much he’s lost.
It’s hard. Mine gained 15 lbs and I didn’t even notice until the vet weighed him and said what happened?
You can weigh at pet stores. If he’s a pet store kind of dog,
I took over the feeding because my wife was over feeding the dog. He now gets 1 cup of kibble twice a day with a table spoon of cooked ground turkey twice a day and no other food. I walk him an hour a day.