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2014 Miniature American Eskimo, Argos!

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Name: 2014 Miniature American Eskimo, Argos!

Description: Hi Deb, We decided to name him Argos! Argos was the name of Odysseus's loyal and faithful dog who waited 20 years for his return. I thought it was quite fitting after observing his personality. I've attached a pic of little Argos as well. We are loving the newest addition to our family! Best wishes, Heidi We shipped this gut to NC. Hi Deb, Thanks for checking in on Argos! He is adjusting well to his new home here in NC. He is getting the concept of going potty outside (which is great) and loves chewing on sticks, pine cones, or anything else he can sink his little teeth into. As for the Nuvet immune vitamins, I did order a 6 month supply that arrived about a week ago and am glad I did. Thank you again for recommending Nuvet to us. Also, I was hoping you might be able to tell me when Argos is due for his next vet check up? Best wishes, Heidi Hi Deb, I am writing to give you an update on Argos. Now that he's almost five months old he's in the process of loosing all his puppy teeth and getting his adult teeth. He weighs 13.4 lbs and is smart as a whip. He loves going on runs and even learned to play fetch from a friend's dog I watched for a few weeks. I am still giving him the NuVet vitamins daily as recommended and he enjoys them more that store bought treats. We are in the process of moving to Germany and Argos will be joining us when we leave at the end of next month. I do have a question for you. I know that miniature America Eskimos that are full grown weigh roughly 15-20 lbs. I was hoping you could tell me how much his mother and father weigh so that I could get a better idea of his weigh once full grown. Also, about what age do they stop growing? Sorry for all the questions but I knew you would be able to provide the most accurate insight when it comes to Argos. Hope all is well with you and your dogs in Kansas! Best wishes, Heidi Rose