This National Pet Obesity Awareness Day, here are pro tips to help make sure your pet isn’t packing on too many pounds.
Are chunky pets cute? Yes. Can obesity be a serious health problem for pets? Also yes. So let’s talk weight management tips to get your pet in good shape.
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Keep your pup’s weight down, and you could add years to their life. What’s better than that?
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