Overweight Dog, Help Yours to Live LongerKeith
How to Help Your Overweight Dog Lose Weight
Want to know a simple secret that can help your overweight dog lose weight? And live longer, too?
To work every weight loss plan must be based upon one simple principle…
Dogs that consume fewer calories than they burn lose weight
Simple, right? if it was that easy, why are so many pets overweight?
Today, dogs are fatter than ever. It’s now estimated that 45% of all U.S. dogs are either overweight or obese.
That’s 35 million dogs.
Obesity can be life-threatening. An overweight dog is more likely to suffer from a disabling medical condition like…
Diabetes, Arthritis, Heart disease, Lung problems, High blood pressure, Immune dysfunction, Cancerous tumors.
Add Two Extra Years to Your Dog’s Life
A recent study shows that dogs maintaining ideal body weight live almost two years longer than their overweight siblings.
In other words, you can add nearly two extra years to your dog’s life just by maintaining your pet’s ideal weight.
A Couch Potato Eating Machine, Unfortunately, many fail to recognize a fat dog.
Vets report that although nearly 50% of all the dogs they see are overweight, only 17% of pet owners agree.
It can be difficult for an owner to admit their 80 pound dog is 20 pounds overweight — not just “big-boned”.
Every day pet owners comment, “How can he be overweight? He eats very little”.
Obesity is frequently indicative that our dogs are sedentary, couch potato eating machines burning almost no calories.
The obesity equation is actually very simple. Dogs that consume more calories than they burn gain weight.
So, to lose weight…
Your dog must eat less — and exercise more