May 30, 2012

Being fat takes a lot out on me!

A growing problem

The number of overweight and obese dogs has increased dramatically over recent decades. In the 1960s and 70s, 6-12% of dogs in the US were estimated to be obese; more recent surveys suggest that around 30% of Europe’s pet dogs are seriously overweight.

 

Welcome to the Canine Obesity web site

EDUCATE YOURSELF ON CANINE OBESITY

CONSEQUENCES of obesity:

—Dermatological problems

—Heat intolerance

—Cardiovascular disease

—Respiratory conditions

—Hepatic lipidosis

—Increased risk during surgery/anaesthesia

—Diabetes

—Osteoarthritis

—Renal insufficiency

 

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