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Old March 25th, 2011, 07:24 PM
courtenay.m courtenay.m is offline
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Hi there!
I have an 8 month old Beagle/ Shepherd mix named Hemi. He's SUPER active and loves to play with our other dog, Zoey. Hemi also plays with his litter brother quite often but Hemi's AT LEAST 10 pounds lighter than his brother. He's skinny to the point that his ribs are very visible and he eats like he hasn't eaten in days every time he's fed. I'm wondering if perhaps he could have worms ..? I've not seen anything in his stool and he hasn't vimited (which I've heard are both signs) but I can't seem to figure out why he's so much smaller than his brother. I realise that all puppies are different but it's to the point where Hemi almost looks unhealthy he's so skinny.

Any advice would he GREAT!

Thanks so much!!!
- Court
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