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    Default Such Fit Looking Dogs Here on This Forum

    You know, I was just looking through the thread about which dogs sleep on your bed, and all the photos posted. It got me thinking back to the majority of the photos of dogs posted on here, and I realised...

    My gosh it's nice to see so many dogs at their optimum weight!!!

    I have see so many fat overweight and severely obese dogs over the years, and it is such a shame they got like that.

    So good on everyone here for their dog's wonderfully healthy and fit physique.

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    My dogs are lovely and sleek and the best weight for them, they get looked after, get the best meals and all the healthy treats they could want, they get excercised and I am constantly worried about their weight and that they are fit and healthy .................................................. .................................................. ...... so why the hell am I overweight and I will put any old crap into my body!!!!

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    Frosty gets a lot of exercise and is self limiting when it comes to food. But she's 23ish kg. It was so annoying when she was 20kg +/- 1kg because most of the spot ons and wormers dose change over was at 20kg so I never knew whether to get medium dog or medium large dog.

    But if she goes closer to 25 kg the pet friendly security sensors won't work - or rather, she will set them off. Not that I will necessarily invest in those things anyway - still thinking about that.

    Anyway my brother called her fat the other day. I'm not sure. His dog is starting to look a bit angular if you ask me - but it could be her age. Frosty still has a definite waist and looks very athletic when she's running but more like a rugby player than a tri-athlete.

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    Lovely post DA. I was going through all my photos today. Look at my babies !!!

    Mish .....


    Mish & her "baby" Zena on the day when Zena came to us. Mish was devoted to her to the day she died.


    Spirit .. 2 minutes after we got her home from the airport. Look at that natural stack !!


    Tara on her first night with me ..


    Just look at that !! Tara was "un-co" from day one !

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    I'm fairly sure Frosty's natural stack involves being on her back with all four paws pointing up to various points of the compass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    I'm fairly sure Frosty's natural stack involves being on her back with all four paws pointing up to various points of the compass.
    Good one !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    I'm fairly sure Frosty's natural stack involves being on her back with all four paws pointing up to various points of the compass.
    You sure she's not a greyhound?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    I'm fairly sure Frosty's natural stack involves being on her back with all four paws pointing up to various points of the compass.
    Priceless!

    Love the phtos GSD's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Love the phtos GSD's.
    Thought you might Lovey.

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    Frosty is blue heeler x I don't know - so could be part greyhound in there somewhere. She's not as fast as a whippet though.

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