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  • Obesity in our pets

    Dogs and cats that overeat, lack the ability to exercise, or that have a tendency to retain weight are most at risk for becoming obese. Excess body fat affects the bones and joints, the digestive and respiratory organs and has a significant impact on your pet’s quality of life.

    What does that mean?

    Knowing your dog body condition

    Very Thin Dog Vector Underweight Dog Vector Ideal Dog Vector Overweight Dog Vector Obese Dog Vector

    Very thin

    Underweight

    Ideal

    Overweight

    Obese

    Ribs are easy to see or feel. When viewed from above, there is an accentuated waist.

    Ribs are easy to see or feel. When viewed from above, there is an hourglass shape.

    Ribs can be felt. There is a slight waist when viewed from above. Ribs are difficult to feel. There is a slight waist when viewed from above. Ribs are very difficult to feel. When viewed from above, there is no waist and broad back.

    How can obesity affect my pet?

    • Arthritis
    • Diabetes
    • High Blood pressure
    • Heart disease
    • Cancer (as well as Tumours?)
    • Breathing difficulties
    • Overheating
    • Skin Disease

    Veterinarians or local pet food

    Nutritionist plays an important role in the health of your pet and can help you keep your furry friend at a healthy weight. They can provide guidance about the right diet for your pet, including the type of food, appropriate amount and frequency of feedings. They will help you to set and achieve healthy weight loss goals and then advise on how to maintain a healthy weight for your pet.


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