Underweight puppy?

Discussion in 'Health & Nutritional Care' started by DocK, Mar 29, 2021.

  1. DocK

    DocK Member

    [​IMG] I just got a BM female puppy last week we went to the vet for her vaccine and wellness check. all was good. but when i decided to check mr google about the weight of bm pups. i was shock to know that she was actually underweight. she weights only about 7.6 kg (16.8 lb). and she was a few days shy of turning 3 months. her dam is about 50kg (110lb) and sire, bigger. that's the latest photo i got her, the same day when i had her weight checked. should i be worried? [​IMG]
     
  2. DocK

    DocK Member

    photo here
     

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  3. Michele

    Michele Super Moderator Staff Member

    What did the vet say about the dog's weight?
     
  4. glen

    glen Super Moderator Staff Member

    Welcome. I really wouldnt worry what the scales say, you dont want your pup being over weight as they grow, not good for joints, some pups are slow growing some fast, but they all get to where they are going to be. Slow and steady is best.
    Iv known the smallest of a litter get to be the largest.
    Keep them healthy, lean and enjoy the puppy stage as one day youll blink and theyve grown.
    Your pup is do adorable, love the colour and markings.
     
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  5. Boxergirl

    Boxergirl Well-Known Member

    Welcome to the forum. If your vet isn't concerned, don't worry about what any charts or the scale say. Go by body condition. From what I can see in your picture, your girl looks perfect. Nice and slow growth is what you're looking for.
     
  6. DocK

    DocK Member

    my vet wasn't worried. there was no signs that she's under weight. like bones protruding and all.
     
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  7. DocK

    DocK Member

    thank you :)
     
  8. DocK

    DocK Member

    thanks!
     
  9. King ragna

    King ragna New Member

    Ignore those weight charts you'll always get it wrong when you use them.The best chart is your eyes just look at the condition of your dog.in my opinion, Most of these weight charts encourage obesity as a healthy weight.
     
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