Anonymous What dog do you have? Some breeds pugs for example are more prone to weight gaining than others so they can become overweight regardless of neutering if they are feed improperly like the poster above said.
Anonymous He's a Terrier mix, thanks for the replies
sherlok11 Honestly I've never seen an overweight terrier!
We're about to get a GS pup but we already have two cats 3 and 5 years old. Will a GS get along with them?
boyquail The breed has nothing to do with it. When you bring the puppy home for the first time, introduce your cats one at a time and let them sniff each other for awhile, so they cah get to know each other. Teach the pup not to chase them or play with ...
sherlok11 I agree. The breed is less important than how the owners introduce the pets and how they set further relationship. It's like asking whether boys or girls make better kids. Everything depends on the parents!