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Old 12-04-2012, 10:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have recently gotten a Doberman,from a lady who rescued her from a puppy mill. she is very thin and covered in scabs from where the other dogs, fought and kept her from food. what can I do to "fatten" her up and into better shape?
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Welcome to the forum! Has your new pup had a thorough vet exam? That's the first place to start. After she gets a clean bill of health, I'd put her on a quality food and she should start gaining.
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Yes, vet checkup first. Then a good quality food will fatten her up in no time.
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