Hello, Ive had my Corso rescue for about 8 mos. now and he's great, but still pretty skinny. The vet guessed and I agree hes probably around 2, maybe a but under. He was in real rough shape when he was taken in by a rescue vet, heart worm positive etc. he was nursed back to health and when we got him he came with a nice bag of Kibbles and Bits.... which promptly went in the trash. He was picky at first, but after a lot of clean ups and a transition of ground beef and canned food we got him onto Blue Buffalo Salmon recipe that my girlfriends labs eat. I give him 6 cups a day, hoping hell eventually put on some weight, but he is still very skinny with his ribs pretty clearly showing and his hips poking through. I was wondering if there is a healthy way to get him to start putting on some weight? We have stayed away from the food toys or treats during the day and night because he is a rescue and although there has never been an issue, we don't want to take the chance there will ever be an issue with the labs who are voracious eaters. Ive thought of mixing something in, but I have no experience, and his stomachs always been pretty easy to upset, so the messes are pretty awful when we come home and he ate something he shouldn't have. Also its tough to feed him a completely different diet than the Labs, who seem to have no problem packing on the pounds even at only 3 cups a day each. Are there any suggestions for an easy diet supplement that might help him gain some weight?