Hey!! No problem! I forget to check here all the time lol. Brody is doing great! Brody is 45lbs and he turned 5 months on October 28! I tried to measure him also, but he thinks its a game and doesnt cooperate! Looks like our boys are growing together at the same rate!!
Brody was born May 28! It will be fun to see them grow up together How big is Jackson? I'm trying to compare Brody to others his age. I think he's a little on the small side. He had kinda a rough start...when we got him he had Coccidia, got rid of that, and then he got Giardia, which took a while to get rid of it seems like!! Ahhhhh!! Then he had the food issues. So I think the poor little fella will start to catch up. He's about 22lbs. Hopefully now that the poo squirts have stopped he will start getting more nutrition! His dad is about 85lbs and his mom is about 75. Hopefully he will grow up to be like his daddy!
I'm sorry I am rambling...I am upset about this with the breeder. I am not sure exactly what I am going to do. It was a bad experience from the time she got our $500.00 deposit. I would not recommend her. She has nice dogs...but...
Ok, enough complaining!
I have been sitting here trying to type this and have a pup that wants to nibble. She has every toy possible.
She's a cutie! I wouldn't recommend the breeder. I hate saying this but ever since she got her deposit...it seemed like " you wait for me to contact you." I did a lot of research and had several complaints after I put deposit down.
When we arrived (6 hr drive) we had no knowledge that Gella had local demotox which is the simpliest. Breeder told us it was from stress. That may be true but it came from her momma! She said it was nothing and gave us some Goodwinol ointment. I had no idea what to do. My husband decided to take her word. I was unsure so about 50 miles away we stopped at a vet who did not know breeder. We had a scrapping done and they could not find any mites. They actually did it 2x's for us because of the situation. I believe they felt sorry for us. They took the blue light to her to make sure it wasn't ring worm. The vet diagnosed it as local demodex as I mentioned to you earlier.