I'll second that. He looks perfectly fine, but get him on a better food. Purina, science diet, pedigree, iams, beneful, etc are all crap.Your puppy looks just fine. Not to thin and not too fat, just right.
You might want to check the bazillion threads on better dog food and find a better food for your pup.
Hard to believe, but most vets know absolutely nothing about dogs and nutrition. If they did, they wouldn't recommend foods like purina and science diet.if i fallow what my vet is saying its one of the best i can have from them !!! !?!?!?!?
No. Keefer was 56 pounds at 6 months old, and now that he's fully mature he's 80 pounds. The standard for an adult male GSD is approximately 66 to 88 pounds, so he's slightly above the midpoint of 77 pounds. Your boy looks to be on target for a similar size.... hes only 55 pounds atm !? this weight seems strange for a male no ?
Wellness is a million times better than purina. They always try to push the stuff that they sell and usually they only sell the worst foods. Not really sure why, but i guess the more a dog is sick, the more money they make...so i just found there is a store near where i live selling wellness food , is that better ?
I will need to look into this. It sounds reasonable but in all the time I have spent in vet clinics (7, almost 8 years as an employee) have not heard of this. I am not saying it's not true . . . just gotta ask some questions.Vets get paid to market brand name