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Subject: [Leica] Jackie And Her Pups
From: robertbaron1 at gmail.com (Robert Baron)
Date: Sat, 31 Oct 2015 23:00:31 -0500
References: <CAJ4y7gwNw0VEtYkhwEjGnQ9oL8G3gek1XeyOhqtDgDN1gXEOew@mail.gmail.com> <A02D4C94-5944-4CD5-AA9D-08EB6209A5AC@fastmail.com> <66C5DE17-E66B-4D2D-838F-E5CAB395912A@gmail.com>
Generally 15 to 20 pounds but can be smaller, usually should not be heavier
but you can have one who is, well, large boned.
Unfortunately the breed is prone to mitral valve disease so we think
lighter is better from a health standpoint; we carefully monitor our dogs
and their parents and grandparents for health issues.
==On Sat, Oct 31, 2015 at 9:27 PM, Steve Barbour <steve.barbour at gmail.com>
> how heavy are these full grown?
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