Uuuuh, Charles, are you trying to tell me something?
Malli wrote:mnp13 wrote
He doesn't act like he is "starving"
sorry I hope you don't think my initial comment was directed at you?
Its a better stack then I think I'll ever do
AllAmericanPUP wrote:on a pit bull you should be able to see at least one or two ribs.
it's probably been said already( i didnt read all the replys) but the difference between an emaciated dog and a healthy lean dog is muscle.
an emaciated dog will be thin but lack muscle defintion because the body has already started to eat the muscle to try and keep alive.
where as a healthy lean dog will be thin but have the proper muscle defintion.
i even keep my lab lean, you can see about two ribs on her and people are always telling me she's too thin
the dogs you see on the animal precinct and animal cops shows usually are emaciated.
a properly conditioned dog:
an emaciated dog:
the first dog has lots of muscle everywhere, where as the 2nd dog has barely any muscle and his hip bones stick out
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