Canine recommended breed weight ranges are not a good predictor of an ideal body condition score

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Smith, E., Davis, K., Sulsh, L., Harvey, S., Fowler, K., Canterbury Christ Church University and Portland Road Veterinary Surgery 2018. Canine recommended breed weight ranges are not a good predictor of an ideal body condition score. Journal Of Animal Physiology And Nutrition. 102 (4), pp. 1088-1090. https://doi.org/10.1111/jpn.12919
AuthorsSmith, E., Davis, K., Sulsh, L., Harvey, S., Fowler, K., Canterbury Christ Church University and Portland Road Veterinary Surgery
Abstract

Breed-specific ideal bodyweight range information is widely used by dog owners and breeders as a guideline to ensure animals are within a healthy weight range. Body Condition Scoring, a method used by veterinarians to assess an animal’s overall shape with regard to weight is considered to be an excellent method to determine an animal’s overall body condition; these values, however, do not always correspond to published weight ranges. Here, the weight, neuter status, age and a nine- point Body Condition Score of a population of 140 purebred dogs were recorded and subsequently analysed to determine whether bodyweight was an effective predictor for Body Condition Scores. This comparison indicated that published recommended, breed- specific body weight ranges are not a good predictor for an ideal BCS and as such, guidelines for owners and breeders need to be systematically reviewed.

KeywordsBody condition score; breed; dog; obesity; weight
Year2018
JournalJournal Of Animal Physiology And Nutrition
Journal citation102 (4), pp. 1088-1090
PublisherBlackwell Publishing
ISSN0931-2439
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1111/jpn.12919
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Accepted13 Apr 2018
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