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Male Join date : 2012-08-27

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PostSubject: Logan Looking a little Slim   Logan Looking a little Slim EmptySun Mar 10, 2013 8:31 am

Logan is looking a little a bit slim at the min, he has definitely grown taller since we got him and is getting far more than the recommended feed for his weight also I add raw minced beef, tuna & sardines to his and Arya's diet.

He is however not on a puppy food just a good quality all life food (Eden Holistic Multi-Meat & Fish Formula), Is his height just jumped ahead of his weight or do I need to look at changing his food to something more aimed for a puppy, I am not sold on puppy formulas but am certainly open to another opinion.
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Female Join date : 2013-03-23
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PostSubject: Re: Logan Looking a little Slim   Logan Looking a little Slim EmptySat Mar 23, 2013 3:57 am

We feed our Husky Blue Buffalo Grain-Free Wild Game twice a day. That is what the shelter fed him when he was rescued at 6mo old and I trust them whole heartedly. We have had him one year this month. The last time we was at the vet, he weighed 62lbs but lately he seems to be bonier and only eats when he feels like it, that amounts to one feeding a day. I can feel his spine when I pet him so I think we will need another vet visit just to make sure he is OK. But it is almost spring so he is molting and we have to brush him everyday. I hope it's because he has just shed so much fur......
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