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post #21 of 21 (permalink) Old 11-18-2013, 02:41 PM Thread Starter
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My deployment was a little under 8 months and he was not exercised as much. He is slowly being worked back in as he is out of shape now.. He has held his steady 83+/- a couple since i have been back. He was taken to the vet a few days after I returned for a once over and he was 83. Been pretty much that weight since I have been back, about 2 months now. The only reason it was alarming to me is that he had always been in the 95+ range and he didn't look fat/obese. All the vets he ever went to said he was in such good shape, we've probably seen about 5 since i have moved to FL 2 years ago just by virtue of moving around. He does have A LOT of seasonal allergies.. would that have anything to do with it?


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