The dog bag seems a little off. I was going by how she looked, able to feel the ribs but not see except last 2, etc. Lately however she just looked a tad thin and I brought her to the vet just to get her checked out and all is A-OK, just thin he said and the "new" guidelines.What is the feeding guidelines, on the bag?
- like, how many cups for a 100# dog (then adjust accordling)
- and what brand of kibble, are you buying Coco
(some foods are rich in grain protein, while others are much-much better and meat protein based)
Another thread to study: http://www.dobermantalk.com/puppy-corner/67136-when-did-your-pup-stop-eating-much.html
TOTW is one of the brands that has been recalled recently. You should check your bag, to make sure it is not in the recall.
As far as the amount you are feeding, the guidelines on the bag are a starting point. If she's too thin, give her more. I have a very active two year old mutt who weighs just under 50 pounds, and she is eating 3.5 cups a day. My 15 week old GSD puppy, who I'm guessing is around 30 pounds, is getting 5.25 cups a day.
ETA: Leontine (puppy) weighs 32 pounds, and is still too thin, but she has gained 12 pounds in just over three weeks.