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Old 05-19-2017, 05:55 AM   #16
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I'm telling you, all I did when I got my Lab when she was 6 yrs. was measure her food and she lost 10#
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Yeah I think controlling the food should be sufficient. And that'll be easy to continue post-partum so as long as you start to see some weight loss before then you'll know you're good to go.
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Yeah I think controlling the food should be sufficient. And that'll be easy to continue post-partum so as long as you start to see some weight loss before then you'll know you're good to go.
I need to take him back to the scale to make sure he's lost a couple of lbs!
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