Sounds like alot of horse **** to me. Most puppy pictures I have seen (including my own), their legs look like that.
There is a risk associated with high Calcium. If you are feeding a food that is meant for large breed puppy (say Fromm), then I would not give any extra calcium unless you want your dog to have bone issues.
I'm glad you didn't follow the vets instructions blindly. Most of the time, owners and breeders know alot more than vets about their dogs/breed.
Final note, you should reconsider going to this vet. You can't determine mineral deficiency by looking at a dog. Either do the blood work to determine it or don't advise patients.
Alot of people on here have way more experience than I do, I'm sure they will jump on.
Here is mine at about 4 months old.
Linc Remington vom Sequoyah Haus, "Remi"- D.O.B 2/3/14
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Last edited by eddie1976E; 10-08-2017 at 09:02 AM.
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