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Old September 11th, 2003, 01:41 PM
BJ in Texas
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EvelynVogtGamble(Divamanque) wrote:
Magda wrote:

On Wed, 10 Sep 2003 01:24:48 GMT, in rec.travel.europe,
"Debbie Cusick" arranged some
electrons, so they looked like this :

... The other dog should weight 30 lbs max probably, but
she keeps gaining and ... gaining and gaining. Eating the
same amount of food as the 22-lb dog she ... went from 35
lbs to 46 lbs. At that point my vet had we switch her to a
... "lite" dog food, again feeding her the portion for a 25
lbs dog. On the Lite ... food she went from 46 lbs to 50
lbs. I finally put her back on the regular ... food, and
she has dropped to 49, but seem stable there, and the next
step ... would be cutting her to the portion size for a
chihuahua or soemthing like ... that! Is my dog lying??? It
ain't just people.

Have her thyroid checked. It's more common than you imagine.


True, I had a friend whose Beagle/Basenji mix had an
underactive
thyroid. It's funny, underactive thyroids seem to be fairly
common in
older dogs, whereas older cats tend to have hyperactive ones.
(The
interesting tidbits one can pick up from newsgroups, as the
thread frays
into tangential sub-threads!)


Yep! From Flying Fat Asses to fat dogs and cats.... ROTFL BJ


 




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