Pet Obesity

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Most of the pet owner see their dogs and cats as equal family members. But also many of the pet owners neglect to see the obvious signs of obesity in their pets. Many pet owners become afraid not to give more food because they think that their beloved pet will be sad or will suffer if they cut the amount of food they give.

Obesity in pets is a very serious matter in almost always results in illness or serious physical deformity and discomfort. Always take your pet for regular veterinary check-ups. If your veterinarian suggests that your pet needs to lose weight, make a diet and exercise plan. And stick to it 🙂 Healthy pets live much longer and they will be more thankful if they’re healthy than for that extra snack 🙂

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