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Old 05-12-2010, 05:39 PM
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I can hardly believe Snow and Holly will be 6 months old soon.. Man does time ever fly by these days!

Snow and Sophie (Snow on the doggie sofa) lol


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Holly, Snow, Kona (Who has blown up like a ballon since he was neutered on March 9th. The pic of him in my siggy was taken after Snow and Holly were born on Nov 30th and the difference in size is unbelievable!) and Sophie



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Ah Yay lovely pics.

I forget Daisy has the same birthday as Holly and Snow.. they're like sisters from another mister (like brothers from another mother... ha ha)
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Such cute pics! I like the ones of them playing! Thanks for sharing them.
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aw! loverly pics! there all so adorable!!
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Wow time does fly Deb!
It seems like yesterday Snow and Holly were teeny dots!
They are growing up beautifully.
All your furry kids are gorgeous!!
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They are growing up soo quick. Where does the time go.

Great pics Deb x
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Awwww, Deb, they are all just so sweet and cute! Time really does fly, doesn't it! Seems like they are just young babies one day, and no time passes and you are celebrating their first Birthday's. Crazy how that works. I used to think it took ages and ages for my BD to come, now I'm 42 and it seems like it comes every 3 months. Chance did the same thing your Kona did. He gained 1 whole lb. in just over a month after being neutered. Now he's as thick as he is tall.



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Awwww, Deb, they are all just so sweet and cute! Time really does fly, doesn't it! Seems like they are just young babies one day, and no time passes and you are celebrating their first Birthday's. Crazy how that works. I used to think it took ages and ages for my BD to come, now I'm 42 and it seems like it comes every 3 months. Chance did the same thing your Kona did. He gained 1 whole lb. in just over a month after being neutered. Now he's as thick as he is tall.
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I am so concerned about Kona's weight.. He was always very fit and trim and he was proportioned quite nicely. I can tell from his movement and activity level that he is not comfortable with this added weight.
In the past, my males have all been neutered around 8 months of age.. (Neko, Buster, Charlie Chan, Rocky) and they did not put on the pounds following surgery. With Kona, he was 3 years old in Feb. and neutered in March.. I can't help but wonder if part of the problem may have been the age at which he had the procedure. At 8 mos old my other males may have not been producing the volume of male hormones and "whatever" that a 3 year old dog would produce. Does that make sense??
Anyway, I have made a vet appt. for Kona.. I want my vet to see what has happened.. and help me make a plan to get some of this excess weight off of him. Dieting for a doggie when there are so many others here will be a very difficult task.. but I am afraid his health is at risk now.
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