Yup Not a large amount. It really doesn't take much to put the couple of pounds on him that he needs. You just need to keep up with his growth spurts.That is what my impression was, just wanted to get other opinions. So it should be as simple as giving him more food, correct?
I don't know if this is a serious question or not but I'll answer it.what happened? he eat the frisbee? or get injured from jumping to catch it?
Just curious if she was spayed and, if so, at what age?I don't know if this is a serious question or not but I'll answer it.
No, she did not eat the frisbee. She came to a sudden stop to get the frisbee, slid and tore her ACL.
Just a tidbit of info from the ortho....dogs who are not predisposed to genetically crappy ACL's get hurt typically in the initial take off and the sudden stops. Not usually the jumping to get the frisbee.
Unfortunately, the frisbee is what she lives for.
My young male has never seen a frisbee. When I play with him, I down him, throw the ball and then send him. Still sudden starts and stops but less intense.