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In Australia, the term fat baby refers to a pit bull that weighs less than 2kg (4lbs).
It is also sometimes used to refer to a bull that is either small or fat, but is not fat.
The term fat swaddy refers to one that is around 2.5 to 4kg (5 to 8lbs) and has a tail.
It also includes bullmastiffs, bull terriers and bulldogs that are more than two years old.
In New South Wales, it is considered a dog that is fat and is considered to be aggressive.
It is important to keep your dog on a leash.
“If you see the dog is around the size of a small child, it might be a bad time to leave,” said Dr Peter Jones, a vet at The Dog Veterinary Hospital in Southport.
“But if you see it’s around the child size, it’s a good time to get away.”
While most people associate a pitbuddy with an overweight dog, the majority of dogs with fatness are not overweight.
In fact, there are about 250 breeds of pitbull, including pitbull terriers, bullmastiff, bulldogs and bullmastresses, according to the Australian Dog Breeders’ Association.
There are a number of health issues with fat dogs, including a tendency to overwork their immune systems and digestive system, which can lead to infections.
A lot of dogs are known to develop obesity-related conditions, such as obesity-linked arthritis, as well as heart disease, kidney disease and cancer.
They can also develop an unhealthy diet and obesity can lead more problems than it solves.
“The most common issue is that the dog will overeat,” said Mr Jones.
He said it is important for the owner to monitor the dog regularly to make sure the dog isn’t over-eating.
Pitbulls that are overweight can also lead to other health problems including:The dog may get too much of a dog food, and may be dehydrated or not be able to digest food properly.
If your dog has a condition like obesity or anorexia, it can also cause digestive problems.
“I see a lot of dog owners that are in a state of shock and don’t know what to do,” he said.
“It’s a difficult time and they can’t understand why their dog is so overweight.”
Dr Jones said owners of overweight dogs should have a pet vet check the dog daily to make certain the dog’s health is up to standard.
If the vet thinks the dog has any health issues, the vet may be able do a full exam, or a full physical to rule out other conditions that may be affecting the dog.
If you are concerned your dog is fat, you should contact your vet, or if the dog appears overweight, contact the Australian Animal Health Association.
The dog health advice is available at www.aaws.gov.au/HealthTopics:dogs,animal-health,dogs—other,australiaFirst posted December 10, 2018 11:45:55