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04-16-2014 04:51 PM
Diesel7602
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Mine is approx 7 and half weeks old and weights 3 lbs. From what I am reading, it sounds like she is way too small for her size? This is my first German Shepherd and I want to do what is the best. She has already had her first vet visit and the vet said she appears to be healthy. She will return to the vet in 2 weeks for her second round of vaccinations. She had to be dewormed twice in 2 day period because she had a long white noodle like worm that she vomited the day after I got her. The breeder seems to be igoring me when I am trying to get ahold of him to ask questions. I still wouldn't give her back because my family has grown attached to Precious.
My pup weighed 15 pounds at 7 weeks. Maybe it's from the worms. Hopefully the vet killed them all and your pup will start gaining weight =) I would never give the pup back, poor guy =( he needs all the love he can get, and apparently where you got the pup from, its not a good idea to give back , what I gather there no good to take care of the pup. Good luck !!! and keep us posted on your little guy.

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04-16-2014 04:26 PM
andrea04 She will probably start putting on weight after she gets rid of the worms. And I'm sorry to hear the breeder isn't responsive to your questions. Good luck with the new pup


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04-16-2014 02:36 PM
hrejbaileyx3 Mine is approx 7 and half weeks old and weights 3 lbs. From what I am reading, it sounds like she is way too small for her size? This is my first German Shepherd and I want to do what is the best. She has already had her first vet visit and the vet said she appears to be healthy. She will return to the vet in 2 weeks for her second round of vaccinations. She had to be dewormed twice in 2 day period because she had a long white noodle like worm that she vomited the day after I got her. The breeder seems to be igoring me when I am trying to get ahold of him to ask questions. I still wouldn't give her back because my family has grown attached to Precious.
04-16-2014 02:03 PM
andrea04 Lucie is now 26.7 pounds at 15 weeksAttachment 200705


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04-14-2014 10:39 PM
Diesel7602 My boy is 2 1/2 months old and weighs 25# I heard girls are smaller then males.

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04-14-2014 09:09 PM
nktigger99 Abby was 26.4 at 12 weeks have no idea if that is big or small.


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04-14-2014 08:50 PM
sehrgutcsg Bella was born on Christmas Day. December 25. She had her first shots shortly before February 9 when I got her, three weeks later she weighed in at about 20 pounds and then three weeks after that, she gained another 15 pounds about 5 pounds a week and weighed in the 35.8 yesterday, she's a big girl. She eats Costco chicken and rice kibble mixed with fresh home-cooked chicken rice, peas carrots and green bean vegetables, digestive enzymes coconut oil and bentonite powder.
04-14-2014 07:50 PM
KHLOE Thank you!
04-14-2014 07:47 PM
Harry and Lola She is a bit light for 4 months, average for a girl is around 28 to 35. However if you feel she is getting enough food, looks healthy, her poops are healthy looking, she has a trim waist and able to feel ribs through a thin layer of fat then she is doing fine.

She is very cute, such a pretty face
04-14-2014 07:45 PM
KHLOE I know you cant tell her weight in this pic just wanted to show how cute she is

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