Naplis Slim wrote:when did you notice your dogs' tuck? Is this a natural thing, or do you have to build it?
***I think basic body type is genetic, so tuck-uped bellys are something that a dog either has or hasn't naturally, unless he is too fat, of course. IMO, your male is a bit overweight; I'd take a few pounds off him, esp. since he is just a young dog. That said, he looks like a large bully type, so he will probably never have the same look as one naturally slimmer no matter what you do.
As to food, if you like feeding Euk and your dog is doing fine on it, you don't necessarily have to change. Just feed a bit less, maybe 2 cups at one meal and 1 cup at the next, until he slims down a bit. There's no need to feed exactly the same amount every day--adjust it up or down depending on how the dog looks. With short haired dogs like ours, it's really easy to see if they're too fat or thin. People with hairy dogs like Samoyeds have a much harder time!
I've personally had great results feeding my dog Premium Edge chicken and rice adult. His coat has improved and he looks really tight and fit. Plus, no gas.