mnp13 wrote:Wow, I think that is VERY incorrect, especially in relation to the description to the ribs.
amazincc wrote:mnp13 wrote:Wow, I think that is VERY incorrect, especially in relation to the description to the ribs.
That's the exact same chart that's hanging in each exam room at my vets office.
Can you elaborate?
So while that chart is not ideal in my opinion, it is better than what a lot of people consider to be the proper condition for a dog to be in.
amazincc wrote:His weight is much easier to maintain... maybe because he's on RAW?
mnp13 wrote:Can we go by what? What I said or what was originally posted?
madremissy wrote:I am aiming for a rib but the belly has to come off first.
mnp13 wrote:madremissy wrote:I am aiming for a rib but the belly has to come off first.
Trust me, I'm with you.
Oh wait, were we talking about me or the dog?
mnp13 wrote:See, on this I disagree. It's very easy with ground food, but when you feed whole food it's a total pain in the ass.
madremissy wrote:Can we really go by that on all dogs. Serious question I am asking because some of us with BYB dogs. Are some built to be thin like that or not. Sense we don't truly know what kind of dog they have in their family tree? Does that make sense ? Maybe I am not saying it the right way.
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