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Thread: GSD Pup Wont 'drop'

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSDs4Ever View Post
    Where about in Melb are you ?? I can help you out with something (for free) to get the weight on. I'm having to do this with Spirit at the moment. She's 21 months & a "fart in a bottle" all the time, so keeping the weight on her is necessary.
    We're in Sunbury.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bernie View Post
    We're in Sunbury.
    I'm near the Melb Show Grounds. If you're interested, PM me or send me an email through my web site

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    I think the 'skinny' look is due to a growth spurt. Ive been weighing him regularly, or my daughter has on the Wii fit. He's gaining the correct amount. Just looks really scrawny in these spurts.
    Im sure now, that a lot of what i think of as scrawny, is due to his breed. Im used to rottweilers, they are definately not on the scrawny side.
    Its been years since ive had a pup. Can you tell? lol

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    Sheps are on the lean side until they've finished growing (about 2).

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