Seriously, though, obesity in dogs is just as serious a problem as it is in humans. The best way to treat it is to prevent it. If your dog doesn’t have a waistline, you need to step up the exercise and cut back on the treats. You want him or her with you for a long time, don’t you?
The 2017 Banfield Pet Hospital Annual Report on the State of Pet Health is out, and this year they have chosen to spotlight the obesity epidemic. Obesity is the second most common diagnosis made in cats and dogs, falling just behind dental disease. Continue reading Pet Obesity Epidemic→
Continuing along the lines of yesterday’s post on dog obesity.If you have tried our top ten tips to manage your dog’s weight (link to prev post), there is an FDA-approved drug that may help your dog get to a more healthy weight.
It’s that time of year again.All of us gain weight over the holidays.Chances are your dog does, too.Here are our top ten ways to control your dog’s weight if he has put on a few more pounds than are healthy.