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Thread: Labrador X Rhodesian Ridgeback...how Big?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsB View Post
    got her a nice big bone today...she loves it!! It came with 2 pieces though so how long will the other bit last in the fridge? Also meant to ask is it normal for pups to have a little vomit after vaccinations? When she head her 2nd one she did and then she had her last one on Thursday and early hours this morning she vomited a little bit. She also ate an m&m last night before I could pick it up could that have done it?
    Cute she looks like she is enjoying it, our Bull Terrier is 22 weeks and we change over his bones every second day as he is a very heavy chewer, sometimes I put them in the freezer for him as he is also teething, can't make a suggestion on the fridge life as they never last to long around here. It isn't that uncommon for them to feel a little off for a few days after the needle but if you are worried I would just ring the vets to put your mind at ease lol all of out dogs have scoffed the odd chocolate before we could get them and besides them wanting more they haven't shown any adverse effects but some dogs can react to smaller amounts of chocolate but personally I wouldn't think one single m&m would be to bad for most dogs again though you could ask your vet if you are worried, most good vets would prefer a couple of phone calls from a worried puppy parent then to have to treat for a critical condition lol we have the vets and breeders number on speed dial just in case
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    Wow, that is a massive bone for a little pup!

    I find fresh bones get smelly quite quickly in the fridge. After a couple of days usually. I usually buy a bag full (smaller bones though), wrap them individually and then freeze them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beloz View Post
    Wow, that is a massive bone for a little pup!

    I find fresh bones get smelly quite quickly in the fridge. After a couple of days usually. I usually buy a bag full (smaller bones though), wrap them individually and then freeze them.
    yeah I told the butcher she is 14 weeks old, it also came halved!! She has spent the last hour and a half chewing on it

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsB View Post
    Hi everyone. I got Molly her last vaccination on thursday and at 14 weeks old she weighs 10.55 kilos!!! She has also lost one of her baby teeth...here comes the chewing!!!
    10 kilos at 14 weeks, she won't be a giant then.

    My boy was about 8 or 9 kilos at 10 weeks (cant remember exacly) and then 19 kilos at 19 weeks (member this one coz we weighed em all at puppy preschool) and fully grown he is 40kgs.

    Maybe she will be around that.

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    She looks like she's loving her bone.

    I agree with Lala, she's not going to be too large. One of my boys weighed in at 11.5kg yesterday at 11 weeks old, and several of his litter brothers are quite a bit heavier. They'll mature at about 45kg. By 14 weeks old they'll be in the 15-18kg range.

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    Hi! We have just bought a labrador x ridgeback pup. He (Max) looks very similar to your beautiful pup. How old and how big is your pup now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TaraR View Post
    Hi! We have just bought a labrador x ridgeback pup. He (Max) looks very similar to your beautiful pup. How old and how big is your pup now?
    Hi Molly is 16 weeks on Wednesday and when she got her last vaccination which will be 2 weeks ago on Thursday she weighed 10.55 kilos (14 weeks). She is quite long and getting tall too Some people thought she was 6 months old a few weeks ago!!! How old is Max?

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    Max is 9 weeks old and weighs 7kg. How do I post a photo so you can see how much he looks like your Molly?

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    TaraR

    You can use the photo album feature on your profile page (click on usercp top left of the page - a few lines under the dog in the kennel logo cartoon).

    Once you have a photo in your album you can link it here via the code suggested when you look at your picture.

    Or use the icon that looks vaguely like two mountains on your reply post - to add a link to an image.

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