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She is a cracker!

It is very hard to know when they are overweight.
They develop pockets of fat tissue, which we can’t see.

Watching some of the animals at home podcasts, there was talk about the importance of introducing fasting periods, as part of natural cycles, and feeding routines at much reduced frequencies to often seen in domestic keeping.

Its good that you are keeping a check on her, and setting her out for exercise. We have a small tasty sprocker spaniel so agreed never to keep any big boids (not that I could spare the space even if I wanted to)
 
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