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McCoy says Hi!

Well..sort of. He either double hinges (happy happy!) or does the "Doberman stare", like he was here when he met me at the front door this afternoon. He's 21 months. Thinking with the summer in bloom and all the exercise that he could use a couple of lb. What do you all think. He sticks right around 80.

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He's so handsome!

BTW that's a lot of tiny "dressers" you have hanging there.
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He's so handsome!

BTW that's a lot of tiny "dressers" you have hanging there.
Ugh... My wife of pushing 40 years is a "collector". I call her a hoarder.

Actually, she probably has the finest collection of vintage and antique chests on the west coast. She buys them and I dust them . LOL

McCoy is convinced that he is handsome also. He'll have to live vicariously through his champion sibs. I tell everyone that he is a mutt...

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Given the way he is standing it’s a bit hard to tell. I don’t think he needs to gain weight. Or were you asking if he needed to lose weight?
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Given the way he is standing it’s a bit hard to tell. I don’t think he needs to gain weight. Or were you asking if he needed to lose weight?
I was thinking maybe he could stand to gain a few lb. He's rock solid, no fat, but i don't want to starve any muscle development due to me keeping him "thin"

BTW he is still intact and and I have decided that unlike may last 3 boys, he will stay that way.

Edit to say: if you enlarge that crappy photo you will notice that his last three ribs are quite visible.

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He looks good to me (even with looking at the picture full sized). And handsome, as well.

I was going to ask of those were dollhouse furniture or salesman's samples.


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He looks good to me (even with looking at the picture full sized). And handsome, as well.

I was going to ask of those were dollhouse furniture or salesman's samples.
He thanks you for the "handsome"

Nancy's "stuff" includes doll furniture, salesman's samples dating back to pre-civil war, functional chests (such as those for jewelry), one-offs, like "tramp art" and simply miniatures that were done for arts/crafts sake. She also collects miniature chairs. But the weirdest is folk art toys and memorabilia.

One cabinet to give you an idea:

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I think there's no problem with your pup he look so tough and healthy! You should be thankful with your dog.
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He looks perfect to me! Be glad your wife doesn't collect pigs. I'll try to post a pic later when I wake up.
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Handsome!

Too hard for me to tell from that angle about his weight


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Hard to say with the angle. I'd wager he's fine but can't say for sure.

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Handsome McCoy, If I had a male and reading a lot of info regarding spay and neuter I would not neuter a male either. IMO no need to lose weight.
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He looks perfect to me! Be glad your wife doesn't collect pigs. I'll try to post a pic later when I wake up.
Do you collect PIGS? My mom used to collect pigs--I have a number of them--when she died we three siblings divided them up.
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He thanks you for the "handsome"

Nancy's "stuff" includes doll furniture, salesman's samples dating back to pre-civil war, functional chests (such as those for jewelry), one-offs, like "tramp art" and simply miniatures that were done for arts/crafts sake. She also collects miniature chairs. But the weirdest is folk art toys and memorabilia.

One cabinet to give you an idea:
Hey, you know that show called “American Pickers”?

Though your stuff looks way too nice for them.
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Do you collect PIGS? My mom used to collect pigs--I have a number of them--when she died we three siblings divided them up.
People collect a number of strange things. My mother in law collected husbands (5). My cousin collects wives (6). I am sure both of them think that Nancy and I are odd, having been pretty much together since we were 15 yo. (We're 63. LOL)
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He looks good to me from that angle. I like my Dobes lean.

I can relate to your wife's collecting. I collect antiques also and probably have more than I should or need (not quite at the hoarder stage) but more! When I worked part time for the auctioneer and we got estates in to go through and sort or go to someone's home to get it ready for sale, I would tell myself and my co-workers "please don't let me get like this in the end"!
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On a side note, you're making me feel a lot better about my mom's medium size stuffed Eyore collection and Massive collie collection.

I'm not much for "clutter" myself so while I understand her devotion to "her breed" and enjoy staring at my of her paintings and collectibles i'll be unlikely to start my own. (My sister is happily following the "hoarder/collector" trend haha with Breyers among other things.... though admittedly hers could become quite valuable)
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More pictures of the handsome boy please!
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I was pretty excited to see a thread with a McCoy picture since I was thinking I have a better shot at seeing a Sasquatch than a McCoy pic. LOL.
I love seeing that handsome guy!

It is always so refreshing and nice to hear of a happy couple that has been together for a long time, through ups and downs. And I love her little dressers, so cute and it actually gave me a good idea to find a few, hang them and have fun jewelry storage.
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I'm going to buck the trend a little. Zooming in on your photo I clearly see the last 3 ribs. Also, a 21 month old can be very active so I wouldn't mind seeing just a touch more weight on him. I'd love to see a picture of Handsome McCoy from the top to see what his waist looks like, but I'm betting 3 lbs. or so wouldn't do him (or his joints) any harm.
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Update...

So I put another 2-3 lb. on McCoy. he looks great. I forgot how much muscle a dog can put on at this age. Wow, is he growing into his body! Our oldest is a "fine" dog who is over-weight at 70 lb. and obese at 75 lb. Our boy who passed a few years ago was a "round" dog. Large for the breed. Huge chest and haunches. He was too thin at 80-85. Good at about 90+. Way over-weight at 100, which he hit a few times. Ouch...

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Managing a young dog's weight is always difficult. In the grand scheme of things a couple pounds doesn't make much difference (at least in dogs the size of Dobermans) but I've always found myself bouncing between a little too thin and a little too heavy with my young pups. It's not until they hit about 3 years old that their metabolism stabilizes and I get the food figured out exactly. I had Uschi a couple pounds too thin (just ask her breeder) but now I've got a a pound or two too much weight on her.
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Hello Mccoy! Your such a good looking guy.
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