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While large and giant breeds are at greatest risk for bloat, cases in small breeds have been reported, though they are relatively rare.
Case et al (2) confirmed the shorter duration of the period of faster growth in small breeds, which ends at around 3 months of age, while in large and giant breeds, the exponential growth may be extended in 1 and 2 months, respectively.
Even with giant breeds, five or 10 pounds can be disastrous to the health of a dog.
Giant breeds such as Chinchillas and Flemish can use 36 x 30 x 18 inch cages at the minimum, or the larger 42 x 30 x 18 size.