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Onyx stalking wabbits and more critters. Pic heavy

Discussion in 'SBT Pictures' started by JRB2003, Mar 23, 2011.

  1. JRB2003

    JRB2003 Pup

    Onyx going after rabbits and some squirrels. Onyx began his keep 34 days ago weighing 31.6lb. Yesterday onyx scaled at 35.1. He still has till day 60 when his keep is over. [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
  2. nasher

    nasher Big Dog

    Dont take this the wrong way I was expecting some action shots and pics of vermin and why would you be putting a young dog into a keep and for what purpose?
  3. FrankDublin

    FrankDublin CH Dog

    And he is gaining weight

    Scratching my head now
  4. JRB2003

    JRB2003 Pup

    Its mot a keep to lose weigjt or prep him for anything. I still show him in confirmation so he will be gaining lean mass. Its more of a keep for me to learn more about onyx by logging workout times and recovery times. When i srart to enter him for working events i want to know what time table i have to work with prior to the event to perform as well as he can

    Onyx was stalking a rabbit on the other side of the fence. Ar first i didnt have my ipod to snap pics. The pics i did get of him rushing the fence were just streaks. I am still learning this gen4 ipod, havent had it too long. I will just take a movie next time, my bad
  5. 12 gauge

    12 gauge CH Dog

    I dont know how old your dog is but if you try him with that weight, he'll only get hurt. if he is a young dog dont worry about his weight but dont push him at all, let him be a pup. many people think an ideal weight is when the dog show some muscle tone, despite the weight, dont make the same mistake unless you want to ruin him for good
  6. JRB2003

    JRB2003 Pup

    Agreed i am not concerned about weight, he will grow as his body wants. I havent changed his diet at all. I use the same excerdises ad always i time the workout and recovery time every week or so i may increase the work duration to feel out the recovery. I am not forcefully working him to the point of absolute failure

    Onyx muscle tone is coming out naturally. I just added a timer and log for a 60 day period as a study tool for comparison in the future
  7. sbt4ever

    sbt4ever Pup

    how tall is he at the withers?
  8. sbt4ever

    sbt4ever Pup

    nice dog, i like him
  9. JRB2003

    JRB2003 Pup

    15.5 inches

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