I don't believe so, look at the physique of this breed and you will see he is along the same shape and weight, besides some dogs tend to be skinny,
not to mention you have to think about how much food that dog has to eat to gain weight and if its not in his genes he simply wont.
My German shepherd gets cooked food specially for him and eats twice a day yet refuses to gain any weight, we have tried many types of dog food and
nothing so don't blame the owners.
Makes me think of the tallest man in the world www.popular-pics.com...
He looks skinny, almost under nourished buts simply the condition that caused him to be so tall (Like the dog) giving him the physique.
on 4-10-2012 by CesarO because: (no reason given)
Well, he does look a bit under weight. It's not the ribs, but the spine and hips that bother me, I've read that you are suppose to be able to see
where the ribs are. I had read that they claimed he ate 30 lbs. a day, which I don't believe. I've had English Mastiffs and they don't eat a
third of that.
I would say he's at a good weight, I keep my dogs slightly on the thin side myself. I don't believe in letting dogs become obese like too many
I would say my dogs haven't suffered any due to my one dog being 20 years old! The other one has pancreatitis and I have to be extremely careful not
to overfeed her or it makes her sick.
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