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    Old Dawg (Senior Member) nick's spirit's Avatar

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    congrats Reed!

    sounds like she's gonna be a true mischievous puppy.....sweet!

    keep her on the thin side, it will be better for her as she matures...

    and keep us updated with photos!

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    So happy to hear she is settling in and adjusting!

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    Snuggle time after an intense match of tug-o-war. You can see the big scar under her eye.

    Nevermind my ugly mug in the background!

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    Old Dawg (Senior Member) Jewel's Avatar

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    There is no reason at all to worry about her size. Feed her normally and she will catch up to the size her genes intended her to be. There have been a few members with pups that came down with parvo at a very young age. The parvo slowed down the pup's growth but once they recovered, they all eventually grew into their "proper" size. So even if Lucy suffered from malnutrition before you got her, with you feeding her a good quality food, she will catch up in due course.

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    What a difference a couple months makes! Lucy is becoming a great dog. She's very smart. She has also become very affectionate. She will "hug" you by putting both of her paws oven your shoulders and resting her head against your neck. She constantly tries to crawl in my lap or just rest her head on my lap or my shoulder. A few days ago she went to the vet and got her last round of puppy shots and her rabies vaccine.

    The vet says she is still a bit under-sized at 35lbs at 16 weeks, but he expects her to reach the 100 lb mark.

    She also went to the groomers for her first time. They said she was very well behaved. She barked for a few minutes after I left, then was a sweetheart the rest of the time.

    She's lean, but very tall. Here's a picture of my wife holding her.Click image for larger version. 

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    Old Dawg (Senior Member) Shaggys Mom's Avatar

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    She is beautiful! I think these rescue dogs know what rescuers did and they often seem closer. WE have adopted 2 Pyrs and 2 golden retrievers.And for somereason, they seemed to know we really wanted them.
    Jerry and Moose

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    Thank you for rescuing such a wonderful girl! It's painful to see, how cruel humans can be. But people like you give us - and abandoned furry friends - hope.
    You look adorable together!

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