Our Newfoundland dog, Wally, is five months old and weighs 60 pounds, which is average for the breed. He’s not fat nor skinny. We feed him about six cups of dry food (Canidae) a day, which is mixed with a little water and canned food. He’s forever hungry.
His jowls are developing now, such that he drools occasionally. His eyes are beginning to have that bagged look, too; more fluid is beginning to collect around them, but nothing excessive or gross.
He still stumbles at times, still getting used to his fast growth. He’s loosing his baby teeth with some adult teeth coming in.
He doesn’t shed, but we brush him a few times every week. His coat is soft – he gets complimented on it a lot.
He’s sociable around people and dogs – very friendly.
He shits about 10 shovel-fulls a day.