Mine was 132 last year and his last weigh in a couple weeks ago he was 107.
I feed my boy 3 cups a day, 2 in the morning and 1 in the evening. I also soak his kibble in warm water to get more moisture into his diet; Dr. Karen Becker mentioned it in one of her videos.
Itís true that a smaller dog would have a longer life span, but that does not mean bigger dogs should be avoided. My Pyr is bigger than my GSD, she might have a shorter life span but that doesnít mean I should have gotten a smaller dog. Great Danes have very short lives, too, but that wouldnít make me avoid the breed.
Donít let people shame you because your dog might not live as long, yes you should always look for breeders that breed within the standard, I donít know where you got your dog from, but longer lifespan doesnít mean a superior dog, if it did I would have a Dachshund.
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