Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: Ontario, Canada
I also have a GSD with a seemingly bottomless stomach, my mom fed him dinner once when he was around 12 weeks and rather then one cup as I had laid out she decided to feed him two cups "because he looked hungry." I came home a puppy with a stomach so big he looked like he was a balloon. He was lethargic as his body was trying to digest the food, thankfully he was ok but my mom learned the hard way that just because he looks hungry doesn't mean he needs more food.
If he's really skinny, then up the food, but be careful to not feed too much in a sitting. I never feed more then 2 cups a meal, if he needed more I would feed it as a snack later on. If he's chunky then keep feeding the same amount or cut back slightly.
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