Whenever I would walk into a client's home to start the training with them (dog training) I would evaluate their dog according to the BCS (Body Condition Score) and then I would show them how to look and feel for the fats. If the dog scored more than a 5, I would then ALWAYS recommend a low grain or no grain diet. Unfortunately, no grain is always more expensive and so for some people, buying no grain is not an option. I would point them in the right direction on where to get quality food for less expensive. My dogs always look sleek and sculpted. Too bad I didn't figure it out for myself until years later... how dumb I am!!! And not that I am getting it, I'm dropping the weight off. Now I just need to drop another 20 and I'll be happy.
Originally Posted by abstractpersona
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