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well to be honest. i don't really buy her any of thoose expensive dog foods. just regular in the shop.

I find it would cost me around 50 pounds more over 3 mi ths to get I store food than it does to feed orijen and totw to my biy 1 25 kg bags 3 months of food give or take a few days

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Skye is 2 years old and 16.8 kgs  (weighed by vet before spaying )

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Skye is 2 years old and 16.8 kgs (weighed by vet before spaying )

That seems small to me? My girl is 1 year and 3 months and she is about 23kg and i still think she looks too skinny.

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That seems small to me? My girl is 1 year and 3 months and she is about 23kg and i still think she looks too skinny.

 

If she's healthy and happy I wouldn't worry. Maybe she's from a working line, they are slimmer anyway.  Besides what can you do?  If a dog is meant to be skinny, you can't exactly just make it gain weight for your own peace of mind.

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That seems small to me? My girl is 1 year and 3 months and she is about 23kg and i still think she looks too skinny.

 

 The vet said Skye was one of the fittest dogs she had seen for a long time, who am I to argue with that?

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When i first got ice he was 22kg... he is now a steady 26.6kg at 2yrs old- he barely moves from around that number,

 

Sabre was 21kg when i brought him home, he was frail and skinny but i just weighed him after a week and he is 23kg at 8months old :)

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Jax is three years old and one month. He is 60 pounds. is this a good weight for him?

My boy is 3 and a half and weighs just a little bit more than that, so it sounds good to me.

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