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Overweight dog

Discussion in 'Health & Nutritional Care' started by EstyEsty, Mar 26, 2018.

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    I couldn't live without her!!!!! I love her so much!!
     
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    I'm so proud of ourselves......we walked 2 blocks today and we did good.....AND I had a break stick with me.....don't know if I could actually stick it in a strange dogs mouth
    but after watching that video that Worg (i think) sent me I damm sure better learn. And I have learned so much from this forum.....Peetie is my 2nd white female.
    The first one, Paris Hilton was, I swear, the most gentle, well mannered little slim pit that I took everywhere she was never aggressive except once when a dog at our house growled at her and she took care of her real quick.....lol So I never had to worry about anything bad with her....I had her 11 years then lost her to cancer.....Now I have little Peetie who weighs more than Paris EVER weighed.....is big boned, dominant acting, super strong and I take her everywhere with me but am very cautious and careful because I just don't know what she might do in new situations. so thanks for all of your advice!!
     
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