She looks great to me.
Molly is a pretty labby that's all I have to say
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I think Molly is right. She looks good to me. And she is still a pup so she will work off any weight that she may gain rather easily. Looking good Molly! Keep it up.
Molly says thanks!!! Oh and she also says "dont' tell mommy but stacey's gonna keep putting my tablespoon of peanutbutter in my kong during crate time in the morning"
~Abby, Molly, and Penny (the honorary lab)
She is a growing pup I wouldn't cut out her treats. Instead increase the retrieves and walks and maybe substitute a 1/4 green beans for a 1/4 cup food. Cinnamon has grown a lot after that age so Molly is probably still growing and like kids they grow out and then up.
She is so NOT fat! I wouldn't have her lose any weight.
She looks great to me too. I had to look at the picture for several minutes, thinking, "Why am I not seeing this fat?"
Connie and "The Boys":
Angus, Yellow Lab, CGC, RE, CD
Simon, d.b.a. Flat Coated Retriever, CGC, RE, CD
Gone ahead, but forever in my heart:
Crash, Pit Bull x Rottweiler x Golden Retriever
Wow, I am no expert (we don't even have our puppy yet!) but she looks beautiful.
I am no expert, but she doesn't look fat at all to me.
So did I! I know you can't really judge a dogs weight without getting your hands on it but she does NOT look fat. I think it is odd for your vet to suggest that she needs to lose weight...growing pups need all the nutrition they can get. Some of her so called "fat" may be puppy fat. My dogs didn't develop much muscle definition until they were 18-24 months. Now they are all muscle.She looks great to me too. I had to look at the picture for several minutes, thinking, "Why am I not seeing this fat?"