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Old 05-15-2012, 08:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
 

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how to get my dog slim and cut?

I have a 7 month old and im curious on how to get him slim and more in shape. what are some things yall do to get your dogs there? Is it to soon to start working on it? Rite now i just play fetch and flirt pole. A little bit of spring pole but hes not to into that yet. We also walk about a mile or 2 every day. Also, what is a good diet? I use to feed him DIAMOND but i recently switched him to BLUE BUFFALO. Any suggestions would be appreciated, thanks.
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Old 05-15-2012, 08:31 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Personally he is still a puppy. As long as he is not over weight, dont stress slim and fit till he is about 1 year old maybe older.

Sounds like you a handle on exercise for your pup. you could add swimming.

There are better quality feeds out there over blue buffalo. Just feed the best you can afford or try raw. Acana or Orjien (same company, orjien has a higher protein content) are two. but there are more than I can remember.
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Old 05-15-2012, 11:11 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I like the wilderness BB more than the regular one, my boy didn't do too well on the non grain free version. You could also add some salmon fish oil, I put a tablespoon once a day for a shiny coat and prevents dry skin, its by weight so make sure to read the directions. Once your pup is older you could see if he likes weight pulling or maybe biking, not sure where you live. My boy loves it but I live in a city so he doesn't get to do it very much AT ALL. It also depends on genetics. TYPICALLY (NOT ALWAYS) a well conditioned dog came from well conditioned parents. Whats your dogs history? Do you know how the parents or grandparents looked size wise? But it is usually hard work and lots of exercise to make them that way. I have a treadmill I put my boy on when its rainy or icy outside and I still want to let him blow off steam. Again, your puppy is still young right now, still needs time to develop
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Old 05-16-2012, 01:41 PM   #4 (permalink)
 

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Ya I just play with him till he looks like he's getting a little tired then we just hang out. I'll try the fish oil and see how that works out. I'm not too sure about the dogs history. His mom was slim but she was an older dog and her owner never really worked her. My puppy was given to me so I couldn't turn the offer down. His dad Is mixed. But I'm not sure with what? I guess I will just see how my pup forms with time. As of now he's looking pretty good. He's starting to get a big broader from his shoulders and his head is filling out.
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Agree he is still young for a training schedule, but I would recommend a 30 minutes walk now and again.
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He's 7 months old, don't worry about it, he's growing and has awkward stages. Keep playing tug, running him on low-impact surfaces, swim him, playing fetch with a chuckit, if you're anywhere near a beach sand is great for running on. If you're using the flirt pole, you can have another handler holding him back with a leash on a harness, so he's digging in with back legs.

Feed protein and low grains, like Buffalo Wilderness as another poster said. But you're usually not gonna see all these muscles in a 7-month old puppy that still has to go through puberty and just finished teething a month ago.
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Feed better quality, get off the generic sourced crap.. No grain kibble, quality meat consistent.. Or switch to 100% raw.. Still a pup, let the pup be a pup with light gradual exercise slowly adding after a year and a few months.. By a year and a half you can start stressing mind a body, keeping in mind not fully matured till around 2 years old..

Keep it natural, no replacement for proper nutrition and exercise.. Give a purpose, work 'em.. Keep up on shots and health, will live long and healthy providing genetic base is solid, all goes back to genetics in the end.
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