Originally Posted by Cardiparty
Oh, that's interesting. I've never heard that.
I have been told to be careful on stairs and to make sure that she's excercised on grass and not pavement, but I've never had anyone say anything to me about weight on a puppy.
Now, I keep my adult girl very trim and my puppy is on the skinny side, though she does have heavier bone then my adult which could be a part of that.
I'll ask around and get some other opinions on that if you don't mind. Not that you are incorrect necessarily, but I'd rather get that kind of information from people I know face to face who have direct experience with raising cardigan puppies.
That advice came to me directly FROM a Cardigan breeder, one of my dog mentors
"We possess the power
If this should start to fall apart
To mend divides
To change the world
To reach the farthest star
If we should stay silent
If fear should win our hearts
Our light will have long diminished
Before it reaches the farthest star"
-Ronan Harris, NVN Nation