GoingPostal wrote:msvette2u wrote:That dog does have tuck, just not as defined.
If he toned up you'd see it more.
No tuck is L Boogie's dog, pre-diet.
Is that Lexus? The one that was super overweight? That's a good thread to dig up to show what a difference a diet and exercise can do.
Yep - that's a good example of "no tuck".
Tuck is that place behind the ribs that is a dog's "waist" and I don't see a photo from above but I am sure that dog has a waistline.
I don't think cutting food is good IF you're going to exercise the dog harder.
If you're going to exercise the dog harder to see where you get, then leave the amt. of food as it is, and see what happens. Chances are, the dog's metabolism will be bumped up and it will NEED those extra calories.
That is, try one (diet) or the other (exercise) but not both at once - wait to see if no improvement is made by increased exercise before cutting the amt. of food back.