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2012-02-04 02:08:35 PM
i'm not a huge animal lover, but what the hell is with people with fat pets? that's just cruel. the dog doesn't really have the wherewithal to refuse to eat what you give him. i think it's fine to give them steak or other tasties now and again, but you should control their portions. dogs shouldn't get fat and get diabetes. that is simply retarded.
 
2012-02-04 02:11:10 PM
Oliver feeds on sunlight. Like the villain from that crappy superman movie.

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2012-02-04 02:18:18 PM
proteus_b
i'm not a huge animal lover, but what the hell is with people with fat pets? that's just cruel. the dog doesn't really have the wherewithal to refuse to eat what you give him. i think it's fine to give them steak or other tasties now and again, but you should control their portions. dogs shouldn't get fat and get diabetes. that is simply retarded.

Animals have self control also. I would fill the food bowl once a day and often it would not be empty upon next filling. They never got table food, unless if fell to the floor and only one hot dog per night after the 10pm walk. My animals never got to the point of overweight but they were active and I think that is the more important than anything.
 
2012-02-04 02:20:04 PM
My Dad was such a softie when it came to animals...he never gave us kids a treat any time we looked at him with huge, imploring eyes, but all Sparky (our first family pet, a cat) had to do was go and sit at Dad's feet while Dad was in His Chair and give him "the eyes", and Dad was up and opening a can of cat tuna, or pouring some Tender Vittle treats into Sparky's dish. Sparky was never obese and was always active; he was just one of those cats in whom "the sand shifted" when he assumed a sitting position. About five years after we'd adopted Sparky we took in a neighborhood stray who'd been hanging around our house and whose head looked three times too big for his body because he was so emaciated. When we formally adopted him we took him to Sparky's vet for shots and neutering, and I remember the old doctor stroking Frisky (we let Dad name him) and cooing "Poor Frisky, you're all skin and bones.......but you won't be for long if you live with them!" (nodding toward me and my brother).
 
2012-02-04 02:24:26 PM

Random Anonymous Blackmail: Is there an issue with one stealing the others food to claim dominance? I had an issue like that with 2 of my dogs, the boxer would steal the labs food.


For the longest time I used dominance in my favor by using one bowl and my older dog would eat first and whatever was left went to the younger dog. Unfortunately my older dog is now ... old. So everything is now out of whack and I haven't found a working system. On top of that - her romping days are over so the younger dog will just lie next to her instead of romping around. Which isn't helping the weight issue whatsoever.

/both black lab mutts - they look like Laurel and Hardy
 
2012-02-04 02:26:50 PM
My Min Pin is fat so I just call him a Pin.
 
2012-02-04 02:26:51 PM

chookbillion: LeroyBourne: Yeah, try and get a cat to exercise. Good luck with that. A dog however, is wired to fetch, go outside and play with it.

search for cat treadmills on youtube


I've seen them, good stuff right there. I also like the cat training to box while watching boxing. He/she knows how to get his/her cardio on.
/got to go, my cat needs to hit the gym in 26min
 
2012-02-04 02:26:53 PM
Lazy people have lazy pets. Plus, you're an asshat if you let you're animal become obese. I understand if its the poor lil' fella's genetics, but the other 90% are the fault of the owners.

Besides, it's like having a kid. Why would you not be a good parent and let your kid become fat, lazy, and unhealthy? It's just being shiatty! It's not that hard, just be sensible. My dog would eat all day if I allowed him too, but I don't. Sure, he gets treats, but only if he's active enough to be rewarded with one. He doesn't get one just because he walked up to me and begged. Plus I walk him three times a day (not just let outside to do his business). His morning and night walk aren't long, but it's enough for him (and me for that matter) to get a quick ten minute bit of excersise/moving around. His afternoon walk is always longer and gives him a chance to check out his neighborhood.

Besides, he's adorable and it would be an injustice to not let him live a long life. That and I want him to be with me and my wife for as long as possible.

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/how could I not love something so adorable!?!?
 
2012-02-04 02:32:42 PM

LeroyBourne: chookbillion: LeroyBourne: Yeah, try and get a cat to exercise. Good luck with that. A dog however, is wired to fetch, go outside and play with it.

search for cat treadmills on youtube

I've seen them, good stuff right there. I also like the cat training to box while watching boxing. He/she knows how to get his/her cardio on.
/got to go, my cat needs to hit the gym in 26min


Laser lights, fuzzy toys on the end of a string, cat weed-filled toys, all sorts of things get cats to play. Some may be less disposed towards activity, but it's certainly possible to get them to play.
 
2012-02-04 02:35:25 PM

Fark_Guy_Rob: Having an overweight child == child abuse.
Having an overweight pet == animal cruelty.

At least children exhibit some free-will; but pets? Come'on. How farked up do you need to be?


Pets don't have free will?

You, sir, have never spent time with a cat, have you?

Not only are they quite willful, they reorganize household activities around their schedule. Then they demand to be the center of attention.

My furbag packed on a few extra pounds after I took her in. She had been dumped in the alley and was starving, so I gave her as much as she wanted. She filled out, fast. I've cut her back to one 3 oz. can of wet food and 3-4 oz. of the diet Iams crunchies per day. She is OK with that and is slowly losing weight.

/still give her a bit of chicken whenever I have it; she loves that
 
2012-02-04 02:37:05 PM
Wow mods. you picked this brilliant headline?
 
2012-02-04 02:45:04 PM
Your dog wants a steak and a large diet coke
 
2012-02-04 02:48:07 PM
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/obligatory
 
2012-02-04 03:01:51 PM
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2012-02-04 03:07:37 PM
okay, last one

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Lana is a bit pudgy in this one, but she was also 7 months old.
 
2012-02-04 03:07:59 PM
I guess I don't see where the difficulty in keeping dogs at the right weight is - calories in should be equal to calories out, and MAGIC! no weight gain. A quality feed provides "better" calories, but it's all still calories. Although I would urge going the better feed route.

We tend to the have the opposite problem here - we keep plowing in thousands upon thousands of calories into dogs to try to keep weight. I've watched 45lb dogs eat 6000-7000 calories a day and still lose weight while working. It's a battle sometimes to convince them to just eat that much, especially when they're tired. And on the other hand, we have our pet dogs that gain weight by just sniffing the feed buckets, even though they stay outside during the day at 40 below zero.
 
2012-02-04 03:09:17 PM
My mom's little dog is super fat but I hate him so whatever. Cranky little shiat. Our coonhound house dog inhales anything she can find, and spends half the day in bed or snuggling up on the couch, but spends the other half outside running full-speed all over the place.

I do worry about my cat (also with Mom, can't have him here). He obsessively grooms, and gets hairs balls all the time, then gets cranky and refuses to eat his food. So he goes too long without eating, and then binges. He's got to stay indoors, too, because he's deaf. He isn't massive, but he definitely could lose a bit of weight.
 
2012-02-04 03:20:21 PM
The only fat dog I ever had was the last one...starved as a puppy, and the first thing she did when we got her home was jump into the fridge. (The second thing she did was head straight for the family Bible and eat a chunk of Revelations.) She was pretty food obsessed and was chubby. But she was also lived to almost 17, and the only time she was ever sick was one day with a tooth problem. She was also the most active dog we've ever had, and didn't really slow down until she hit 14 1/2 or so. Shepherd/Doberman/Pit mix. Greatest dog in the world. Miss you, Sophie.
 
2012-02-04 03:54:12 PM
Our vet uses a 9-point obesity scale: 1 = scrawny, 5 = normal, 9 = morbidly obese. We have one cat who's a 3, and we have a hard time forcing food into him. The other is a 6, and we're working with the vet to gradually get her to a 5. She had stomach issues in kittenhood (she's only about 1.5 years old now), and once those were finally resolved, she suddenly started packing on weight because her metabolism was a bit farked. Luckily, we caught it before she ballooned. She's super food-oriented, so we have to feed the cats in separate rooms, or else she'll steal the skinny one's food. I am determined that she will get to a healthy weight and stay there. Cat weight loss is hard because it has to be so gradual to be healthy. The feline body is surprisingly fragile.

When I first met my husband, he had a morbidly obese cat -- she was supposed to be about 9 lb for her frame, and was at 15 lb! It took several years, but she got down to about 9.5 lb. I miss that girl. She lived to be 21 in spite of being obese for much of her life, and was otherwise pretty healthy right up until the last couple months there. I miss the ol' girl.
 
2012-02-04 03:55:18 PM
My monochrome cat, soon to be four years old, stays outdoors in a wooded residential neighborhood probably 15 hours a day, roaming with other cats, etc. In other words, as far as I can tell, he gets plenty of exercise. However, he has a saggy gut just in front of his back legs. Is that OK?
 
2012-02-04 04:00:00 PM
none of my dog's are over weight.

walks away feeling left out
 
2012-02-04 04:04:57 PM
daily 5km round trip walk and an hour or two at the dog park keeps the dog and myself in decent shape.
 
2012-02-04 04:18:34 PM
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She will chase that ball back and forth in the pool for as long as you throw it, and bring it back to you just sitting on the steps, freaking amazing workout i'm sure. Yet she has to stay on the lowest fat dog food in the world just to keep alive because of some sort of kidney problem. It's a pricy thing to deal with, but no less expensive than the 2 ACL surgeries she has also had now, love her, but do wish she was just a bit more budget friendly!
 
2012-02-04 04:31:42 PM
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/obligatory happy dog picture
 
2012-02-04 04:33:48 PM

teamollie: I guess I don't see where the difficulty in keeping dogs at the right weight is - calories in should be equal to calories out, and MAGIC! no weight gain. A quality feed provides "better" calories, but it's all still calories. Although I would urge going the better feed route.


I actually get kinda annoyed that not all foods have a calorie density figure on them. Usually you can find it on the manufacturer's website, but if you use that to compare the feeding recommendations actually on the bag between brands you'll find huge variation in calories for the same size dog. So I've learned to ignore those tables, look up the calories per cup so that if I have to switch food I can calculate how much to feed.
 
2012-02-04 04:39:27 PM
Apos:
What constitutes cat exercise,anyway? I mean,aside from pawing at the air,stretching out on the window sill and glaring disdainfully at Fido?

Chasing after a laser pointer. I swear I've run my cats to the point where they started to lay on their side breathing heavily. Hilarious too. Anything on the end of a string also works really well.
 
2012-02-04 04:45:23 PM
The steak would be better for your dogs health.

//Crappy fillers in dog food are worse.
 
2012-02-04 04:48:15 PM

Huck And Molly Ziegler: My monochrome cat, soon to be four years old, stays outdoors in a wooded residential neighborhood probably 15 hours a day, roaming with other cats, etc. In other words, as far as I can tell, he gets plenty of exercise. However, he has a saggy gut just in front of his back legs. Is that OK?


All three of my cats, all female, have the same thing. Two of them are over 12, and the other is 9 years old. They're just fine. I think it's the fact that they're fixed. My mom was saying the reason women (ahem) gain weight when they start to get older turn 19 a few times is because the whole estrogen thing, or lack thereof. Makes sense, seeing as the cats had their reproductive organs removed. *shrug*
 
2012-02-04 05:03:06 PM

ronaprhys: We've got a 5yo chocolate lab we got from a rescue organization*. Since she had had an FHO, we were told we had to keep the weight off of her. She regularly runs 6-8 miles with me and is very fit and trim. What's scary is that other chocolate lab owners come up to us and ask us what kind of a dog we've got. I've come rather close to saying, "the skinny version of your barrel with toothpicks for legs" on more than one occasion.


i've got a chocolate lab as well, and have had people (especially other lab owners) tell me my dog looks like he needs to gain weight. he doesn't. theirs needs to lose it.

here's the thing (not directed at you, but anyone who cares to listen, which is probably nobody, but whatever): one huge problem is with the pet food itself. you have (a) very few foods which give you a calorie count (unfortunately the more expensive brands), and (b) people who have no idea of the caloric needs of their pets (and a few more that forget to count treats in the equation when it comes to possibly scaling back mealtime), and (c) the suggestions on the back of the food bag (even on the best foods) is considerably more than what most dogs need.

counting calories helps a lot, and your vet can give you an idea of the caloric needs. or you can use this handy formula given to me by one:
1.6*(wt in kg)^{.75}
gives you the approximate number of calories your dog needs. for my dog the count is higher than what my dog needs, but at least it's a start. not to mention it is way less than what the bag recommends. according to the bag, i feed a 70 lb dog what a 50 lb dog should eat.
 
2012-02-04 05:08:54 PM

teamollie: I guess I don't see where the difficulty in keeping dogs at the right weight is - calories in should be equal to calories out, and MAGIC! no weight gain. A quality feed provides "better" calories, but it's all still calories. Although I would urge going the better feed route.

We tend to the have the opposite problem here - we keep plowing in thousands upon thousands of calories into dogs to try to keep weight. I've watched 45lb dogs eat 6000-7000 calories a day and still lose weight while working. It's a battle sometimes to convince them to just eat that much, especially when they're tired. And on the other hand, we have our pet dogs that gain weight by just sniffing the feed buckets, even though they stay outside during the day at 40 below zero.


There's no accounting for "quality" in dog food. NO ONE really studies what's in dog food, and they're out to make a brand which has an appealing bag and kibble color/shape.

In general "high end" dog food just uses the same ingredients (or worse) than cheaper dog foods. They're actually increasing sales simply by charging much more to give an impression of quality.

There's actually many healthy things you can feed a dog- raw chicken, carrots, broccoli, sweet potatoes. Bulk kibble costs around $1/lb. Raw chicken leg quarters are $0.50/lb in a 10-lb bag. Muse upon that. Don't cook the chicken, dogs do just fine on it raw. They need to eat the bones and marrow and the danger is in COOKED chicken bones, which splinter.
 
2012-02-04 05:15:24 PM

LeroyBourne: bravian: LeroyBourne: Yeah, try and get a cat to exercise. Good luck with that. A dog however, is wired to fetch, go outside and play with it.

I adopted a black lab when she was 3 years old. Best dog evar. Doesn't know what to do with a frisbee, ball, or any other object that one is supposed to fetch. Beyond the idiotic reasons she was given up - I want to royally harm the prior owners for not teaching her how to fetch.

/finally got her to acknowledge that the ball is supposed to be chased after - haven't gotten her to bring it back yet

That's farked up, sounds like the prior owners didn't give her any toys whatsoever.


If the dog was a guard dog then it wouldn't have been taught games. Doesn't mean it wasn't played with and had fun
 
2012-02-04 05:24:43 PM

ktybear: LeroyBourne: bravian: LeroyBourne: Yeah, try and get a cat to exercise. Good luck with that. A dog however, is wired to fetch, go outside and play with it.

I adopted a black lab when she was 3 years old. Best dog evar. Doesn't know what to do with a frisbee, ball, or any other object that one is supposed to fetch. Beyond the idiotic reasons she was given up - I want to royally harm the prior owners for not teaching her how to fetch.

/finally got her to acknowledge that the ball is supposed to be chased after - haven't gotten her to bring it back yet

That's farked up, sounds like the prior owners didn't give her any toys whatsoever.

If the dog was a guard dog then it wouldn't have been taught games. Doesn't mean it wasn't played with and had fun


My dogs had loads of toys when they were puppies...the only toy they are remotely interested in..tennis balls...will fetch..won't bring back...my oldest girl is a little pudgy...the other solid muscle...
 
2012-02-04 05:27:23 PM
This is Calypso, who is not fat. She's just a big girl.
www.jenniferjo.com

Tamerlane, who started out at over 19 pounds and is now down to a decent weight (like Calypso, he's a big cat).
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Protip: It is really, really dangerous for cats to lose weight quickly. It can result in a potentially fatal condition called hepatic lipidosis. Tamerlane's weight loss occurred over a period of seven months or more.
 
2012-02-04 06:00:24 PM

Gadflypaper: Huck And Molly Ziegler: My monochrome cat, soon to be four years old, stays outdoors in a wooded residential neighborhood probably 15 hours a day, roaming with other cats, etc. In other words, as far as I can tell, he gets plenty of exercise. However, he has a saggy gut just in front of his back legs. Is that OK?

All three of my cats, all female, have the same thing. Two of them are over 12, and the other is 9 years old. They're just fine. I think it's the fact that they're fixed. My mom was saying the reason women (ahem) gain weight when they start to get older turn 19 a few times is because the whole estrogen thing, or lack thereof. Makes sense, seeing as the cats had their reproductive organs removed. *shrug*


My vet calls it "tiger tummy" and said some cats are just built that way. Look at a pic of a tiger, they have them!

Our calico has it, but our two black ones don't. All are at a healthy weight, after MUCH work.

Had free range ferrets and the cats kept stealing their food. Took us a while to get a foolproof system in place. I was shocked at how small a space my cats could squeeze through!
 
2012-02-04 06:14:05 PM

StupidFly: Exercise is important for cardiovascular health, but is not a necessity for weight control. Not sure why I always rage when someone suggests "walk more" to address weight. It dodges the cause.


dodges the cause? If your dog lays around all the time, and doesn't get active, it will gain weight. TA DA!
 
2012-02-04 06:23:20 PM

LeroyBourne: Apos: LeroyBourne: Yeah, try and get a cat to exercise. Good luck with that. A dog however, is wired to fetch, go outside and play with it.


What constitutes cat exercise,anyway? I mean,aside from pawing at the air,stretching out on the window sill and glaring disdainfully at Fido?

inside cat: laser pointer, a paper bag on the floor, a string at the end of stick, attach a string to the ceiling fan on low, and don't feed it every time it begs.
outside cat: hours of hunting, climbing trees, and everything above when it is inside.
/oh and catnip to amp it up


keyboard cat: hours of practice, concerts, street performances.
 
2012-02-04 06:40:15 PM

Oznog: teamollie: I guess I don't see where the difficulty in keeping dogs at the right weight is - calories in should be equal to calories out, and MAGIC! no weight gain. A quality feed provides "better" calories, but it's all still calories. Although I would urge going the better feed route.

We tend to the have the opposite problem here - we keep plowing in thousands upon thousands of calories into dogs to try to keep weight. I've watched 45lb dogs eat 6000-7000 calories a day and still lose weight while working. It's a battle sometimes to convince them to just eat that much, especially when they're tired. And on the other hand, we have our pet dogs that gain weight by just sniffing the feed buckets, even though they stay outside during the day at 40 below zero.

There's no accounting for "quality" in dog food. NO ONE really studies what's in dog food, and they're out to make a brand which has an appealing bag and kibble color/shape.

In general "high end" dog food just uses the same ingredients (or worse) than cheaper dog foods. They're actually increasing sales simply by charging much more to give an impression of quality.

There's actually many healthy things you can feed a dog- raw chicken, carrots, broccoli, sweet potatoes. Bulk kibble costs around $1/lb. Raw chicken leg quarters are $0.50/lb in a 10-lb bag. Muse upon that. Don't cook the chicken, dogs do just fine on it raw. They need to eat the bones and marrow and the danger is in COOKED chicken bones, which splinter.


^This. Most commercial brand dog foods, even the supposed 'high quality' ones are junk. We feed our ibizans mostly raw, with dry food from 'Diamond Natural' and they're at their perfect weight. We also run them several times a day.
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2012-02-04 06:40:22 PM
Dogs are pretty simple creatures...take them outside and run with them everyday. Weeeee!

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2012-02-04 07:00:32 PM

santadog: StupidFly: Exercise is important for cardiovascular health, but is not a necessity for weight control. Not sure why I always rage when someone suggests "walk more" to address weight. It dodges the cause.

dodges the cause? If your dog lays around all the time, and doesn't get active, it will gain weight. TA DA!


This is my whole point. Do you actually believe him sitting there makes him weigh more? Do you believe sitting on Fark makes you weigh more? You're dead wrong. It all comes down to diet.

If a dog lays around all the time, it does not require the same amount of food as a dog that is active all day. If you adjust the amount you are feeding it, it will not gain weight.

Without going into detail, lets say your little Bishon burns 600 calories in 24 hours just "existing" (Breathing, circulatory system, etc). Lets say a walk burns 200 calories. This means he has a 800 calorie expenditure for that day.

If he eats 800 calories, he will not gain or lose weight. More than that and your little fluff ball gets more junk in the trunk. Cushin for the Pushin. Less than that and he could be ready for a bikini in 6 months.

If he didn't go on that walk, replace the '800' in the previous case with 600. If he eats 600 calories, he will stay at the same weight.

It isn't rocket science, but exercise is not the cause. Diet causes weight gain or loss. Regardless how active or sedentary you are: failure to control diet will result in weight gain or loss.

Ta-da.
 
2012-02-04 07:22:38 PM

CigaretteSmokingMan: [i172.photobucket.com image 512x384]

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Yeah our dog Dixie digs the stuff raw or cooked. I have pics, so I can say it did happen.

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2012-02-04 07:23:51 PM

bravian: I have two dogs - I can't keep weight on one and I can't get weight off the other. Genetics is a royal biatch sometimes.


I have that issue, and the two dogs with the issues are SIBLINGS. The younger, chubbier one isn't fat, just a biatchunky. The older, skinny one is just skinny. She could eat all three dogs' food from the bowls every day and never gain an ounce.
 
2012-02-04 07:29:37 PM
All the people saying "feed your dog 1000 calories, and make sure it gets 1000 calories of activity, each day" are ignoring the basic biology of dogs and cats. They are predators, designed to consume protein and fat from prey animals. Eating flesh, entrails, and bones provides them with all the micronutrients they need (vitamins & minerals basically). That is the way their digestive system evolved.

Modern pet foods are mostly vegetable matter (including rice, corn, peas, and other crap, according to commercials), and very little animal. They simply cannot effectively process this stuff to receive nourishment from it. A calorie of food in this case does not provide a calorie of energy, nor does it supply the required vitamins and minerals. So the poor animal is compelled to overeat, yet is malnourished an the same time.
 
2012-02-04 07:37:49 PM

Leopold Stotch: So the poor animal is compelled to overeat, yet is malnourished an the same time.


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And then it starves to death in a storage bin full of grain.
 
2012-02-04 07:49:03 PM
There are a lot of dog people in my neighborhood and I'd like to cock/boxpunch everyone I see who has a fat pet. There are 3 or 4 who walk past my house daily.
 
2012-02-04 08:08:44 PM

bravian: I have two dogs - I can't keep weight on one and I can't get weight off the other. Genetics is a royal biatch sometimes.


I have one fat cat and one thin cat. The fat cat sleeps all day and eats a lot. The thin cat sleeps all day and eats somewhat less, but more continually.

[shrug]

I stopped giving my fat cat quite so many kitty treats and she lost a few pounds, but still tips the scales at 15 lbs. Her sibling is also a huge monster cat, go figure. There are outdoor cats in our neighborhood who are quite plump and yet I see them outside jumping all over roofs and fences. Unless they're grossly overweight (like a 30-lb cat I once saw), leave your animals alone for gods' sake.
 
2012-02-04 08:14:14 PM
Both my ugly sisters are obese so I'm getting a kick out of these posts...
 
2012-02-04 08:16:34 PM
Here we have what should be a hard core dog thread yet there are still umpteen cat/vet CSB's, and on Caturday of all days. STFU about your stinkin cats already, I'm beginning to wonder if cats aren't some kind of brain slug.

/moar dog pics!
 
2012-02-04 08:27:02 PM
I used to have a Schnauzer who was really fat. He always ate everything he could get to, including vegetables, because his previous owners kept leaving him out on his own to fend for himself and he was half starved when we rescued him.
 
2012-02-04 08:27:18 PM

Juel1979: bravian: I have two dogs - I can't keep weight on one and I can't get weight off the other. Genetics is a royal biatch sometimes.

I have that issue, and the two dogs with the issues are SIBLINGS. The younger, chubbier one isn't fat, just a biatchunky. The older, skinny one is just skinny. She could eat all three dogs' food from the bowls every day and never gain an ounce.


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Okay, maybe not evar, but it made me giggle.
 
2012-02-04 08:28:40 PM

Hongcouver: Here we have what should be a hard core dog thread yet there are still umpteen cat/vet CSB's, and on Caturday of all days. STFU about your stinkin cats already, I'm beginning to wonder if cats aren't some kind of brain slug.

/moar dog pics!


Hey, I prefer dogs too, but don't whine about it unless you get yourself a TF account and start posting mondog or woofday or whatever. The internet is full of cats, it's just the way it is.

/That's because us dog owners are too busy playing with our dogs and cat people are sitting around taking pictures
 
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