Saturday, October 16, 2010

23.3

That's how many lbs Gibson weighs.  23.3.  4 lbs down from last year. 23.3!!

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Who, me??

So, we went to the vet today for Gibson's annual Wellness exam, and he aced it ;)   The vet said he looked super healthy and was the perfect weight for his small frame.  I am so happy!  No more fatty puppy!  We totally rocked Operation Slim Down Gibson!  And as a bonus, I got to buy the cheaper Heartgard for dog's under 25lbs!  Score!

Just look at this fit little dude ;)
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Woohoo!

11 comments:

Pam said...

Wow nicely done Gibson :) I have come to the conclusion that my corgi is just unusually long and thus weighs much more than the average corgi :p

Aj said...

Wow, that's how much Brian weighed at his last vet visit! 23.3 lbs. exactly. :P Big congrats to you and Gibson!

Peanut said...

Wow my pup is only 11 months and he weighs more than Gibson! He is 25 lbs. and congrats for your success!

Karen said...

my pups must be huge....
benny is 35 he's real long
butters is 23

That corgi :) said...

WTG Gibson and Kelly! wonderful report!!! I like what Pam said in her comments; Koda has to be usually long too because he's at 36 pounds and he's not overweight (like he was when he was over 40 pounds). Corgis must come in small, medium, and large sizes (LOL)

seriously well done!!

betty

The Bee Charmer said...

Congrats! I'm just happy if I can keep Finn below 32 lbs and Lola hovers around 29 lbs. If I cut their food they eat dirt and worms....

Jenny said...

Yay Gibson! Looking slim & trim! Stanley's probably Benny's size. 35 lbs and very long!

Paige said...

Dexter is 7 months now and he's about 15 lbs. Tiny guy!

Way to go, Gibson!

Teabie said...

I can't stand the cuuuuuteness! I really hope I can get a Corgi someday, but my parents aren't very keen on animals at all. Sigh. In the meantime, there is always vicarious living (i.e. your posts and pictures). =P

Laurie said...

That's awesome!! Congrats!

Ivy@PaperElixir said...

Wow, great job! His profile looks so defined ;) And to the comments re: corgi "sub-division" in sizes, I wholeheartedly agree! Even though there's the "standard" weight of 25-30 lb for male and 24-28 for female, not every dog is "show-length". It'll be good to have some sort of guideline like the concept of body mass index (bmi) for people that take both length and weight into account.

Having said that I think by any standard Bryson can be defined as "clinically pudgy" :P

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