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Guest asks: Added Jul 7th 2012, ID #271719

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Does your dogs physique effect how it performs in competitions? My dog is plump and he dosen't do to well in comps. He dosen't run fast at all he just trotts and then sits down. We practice the competitions all the time and he is only in the master class for disc and lure. He is in the nintendogs cup for obedience but he isn't good in other comps.
Please help!
 
 

 
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BaileeWolf answered:
Added 10th Jul 2012, ID #521789
A dog's optimal physique is labeled "ideal"
And though I haven't tested it personally, I read that physique does in fact effect contest performance. A plump or overfed dog may not do as well as an ideally fit dog.
To fix this and get your dog back into shape, feed him or her diet food and walk him or her regularly until the physique shows to be ideal.
 
 
 
 
BaileeWolf answered:
Added 10th Jul 2012, ID #521791
A dog's optimal physique is labeled "ideal"
And though I haven't tested it personally, I read that physique does in fact effect contest performance. A plump or overfed dog may not do as well as an ideally fit dog.
To fix this and get your dog back into shape, feed him or her diet food and walk him or her regularly until the physique shows to be ideal. Ideally fit dogs are much more likely to be active, energetic, and do well in contests.
 
 
 
 

Guest answered:
Added 28th Aug 2012, ID #535272
I am not sure, but I keep my dogs skinny or optimal if I use them for competitions. My dog won the nintendogs cup in lure and disc.
 
 
 
 
Guest answered:
Added 31st Oct 2013, ID #607217
Skinny and plump can both effect the dog's performances. If your dog is plump, feed itdiet food until it is optimal. If it is skinny, feed it wet food until it is optimal. If it is optimal, feed it dry food or fine food. Also, you might not be giving the dog enough excersise. Try and fit in two walks a day with at least one visit to the park.
 
 
 
 
Guest answered:
Added 9th Aug 2014, ID #635876
I do not know but I would give your dog the right kind of food just in case.
 
 
 
 
 

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