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Cool. Welcome to the forum. We encourage responsible breeding here, and vehemently discourage BYBs. That's probably why ShadowWolf asked. Many come on with no idea of what they're doing, just looking to make puppies. You seem to fall among the realm of reputable. Kudos.
Welcome to the forum. There is definitely lots of info for the absorbing on this board. Word of warning: If you're looking for another dog, people on this board will probably try to steer you towards rescue, with good reason. If you're looking for a good pet, there are lots of puppies in rescue that...
My girl is 40-45 pounds, and she also gets 2 cups per day. She also runs in the kitchen anytime I open a cabinet. Just because they act hungry doesn't necessarily mean they're starving. If her weight is good, I'd leave it alone.
- Wed Nov 16, 2005 10:13 pm
- Forum: Health Issues
- Topic: How long does it normally take...
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I wouldn't free-feed her if I were you. These dogs are great eaters, and you may very well end up with the opposite problem (her gaining too much weight). I would think that a slow and steady weight gain would be best. And don't forget to exercise her. You want her to gain muscle, too, not just fat....
My mom was giving Seameal to Jedi. Probably because it was easy to find; could get it where we bought our dog food. I've yet to see kelp anywhere, but I haven't been looking either. We didn't notice any change while feeding him the Seameal, BTW.
Jedi used to wear a spiked collar. It looked really nice on him, but when he'd rub up against your legs, you could really see why we ended up replacing it with a regular collar. He never gouged himself, though. Incidentally, Loki can do as good of a job at impaling and gouging with the heavy hardwar...
- Wed Nov 16, 2005 3:01 pm
- Forum: Health Issues
- Topic: Should I get his ears cut? When?
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Here's a pic of my girl with her natural ears: http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y74/bahamutt99/freestack1_oct05.jpg Leaving a dog natural does and doesn't soften their look. I think a dog can look just as intense natural as they would look cropped. When Loki is really focused on something, the last ...