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xteacher

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Brodie is growing like a weed! We're still working on food issues, so he's a bit thin, but he still manages to grow and put on weight. The last time I weighed him (last weekend), he weighed 27.2 lb., so I imagine he around 28 by now. Here are some recent pictures.

Late January (3 months)- Brodie learning how to make the Kong Squeaky Ball make noise!


Early February (3 1/2 months)- Brodie and Potsie - My lap dogs!


Today (4 months, 3 days) - Tired out from a long walk!



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preadolescent puppies are always thin, no worries there. They thicken up when they're mature.

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Pretty nice dogs.
Looks like they are living the good life!

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two gorgeous pups...

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Nice doggies and photos. Looks like you're all having a good life. Congratulations on your beautiful furry family.

Rita and her furry gange, including my 950 lb horse!

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skylos wrote:

preadolescent puppies are always thin, no worries there. They thicken up when they're mature.


Yes, boxers are notorious for being thin until they're between 18 and 24 months old - at least! They're also known for having sensitive tummies, and Brodie is no exception.

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Great photos, love the wood floor as well!

I use to buy Baby 3 to 4 of thoughs squeeky Kong balls (the one with the two feet on'um) A MONTH! As soon as she kills it (as in when it stops squeeking), she doesn't want anything to do it!

Since we're on site and can't go to Petsmart on a whim, I kept at least two back ups for her.


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Thanks Pops! Don't tell anyone, but the wood floor is a fake - it's laminate! We knew that with dogs, a wood floor wouldn't hold up.

Brodie isn't destroying toys - YET! He'll chew on them and chase them, but hasn't destroy one. He chews on either his nylabone or his deer antler when he feels the urge to chew hard.

I want to get Brody a Jolly Ball, but at $25, it'll have to wait!

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Iteachmiddleschool wrote:

Thanks Pops! Don't tell anyone, but the wood floor is a fake - it's laminate! We knew that with dogs, a wood floor wouldn't hold up.

Brodie isn't destroying toys - YET! He'll chew on them and chase them, but hasn't destroy one. He chews on either his nylabone or his deer antler when he feels the urge to chew hard.

I want to get Brody a Jolly Ball, but at $25, it'll have to wait!



Well you can always make Brodie do the dishes to earn his Jolly Ball! ... IF you do though, let me know how you did it so I can get Harlee and Calvin to help out as well! ....

If he like chase'in balls, this is a good one to get!



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Wow, Pops, that contraption looks mighty fancy!! Brodie adores chasing balls, but only inside! The dufus gets too distracted outside. He's like an ADHD child w/out his meds - lol! Ripping the grass out of the dirt and trying to dig a hole is more his style right now. He's worse than a two year old child - and it will only get worse in the next few months! Sigh... Can I blink my eyes and have him be 3 years old when I open them? Hahaha!!

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