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My problem is while walking my dog slips down he doesnt have any balance,help?

Hello friends am having 3months old....a week ago i started to take him for a walk i used to take him for 500meters in morning and in night....my problem is while walking he himself slips down he doesnt have any balance and i am worried is it due to over weight....i used to give him calcium tonic provi.cal pet daily two time his weight was 3.5 in 45 days.....7.2 in 62 days is it normal weight can someone please tell me why he is slipping am giving him pedigree puppy large breed food in morning evening and night rice in afternoon
By vignesh · 21 Jul 2011 7:46 am

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By Rajesh Raghupathy · 22 Jul 2011 1:56 pm
Duke doesnt look overweight. Anyways have a cotrol over food as Labs have the highest probability to become obese. The exercise you give is fine. How often do u feed him? Make sure u give 4-5 small meals a day and not 2 or 3 heavy meals.
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By vignesh · 22 Jul 2011 5:35 pm
thanks for ur advice......i used to giv him 5small meals daily....
can i give him calcium tonic some people are saying its not needed because it comes with pedigree
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By monu · 21 Jan 2012 5:59 pm
After doing a ton of research on puppy food, a friend recommended Drools Large Breed Puppy Formula Dry Dog Food. I looked into it and was impressed by the reviews I read so we gave it a go. We are so glad we did, the transition was great and Bruno loves it. I feel good about the food we give him and even better he is happy eating it. A total win-win."
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