As you may or may not know, obesity affects dogs, and it can cause serious health problems, such as heart disease, breathing problems and arthritis. That is why we have created the National Canine Weight Check during the month of Feb. To learn more and take a quiz to see if your dog is a prime candidate for a weight check visit www.stopcanineobesity.com.
Re: [Amanda85] Tool to identify overweight dogs
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Skinny is healthier than obese laa... As long as not sick or tired all the time, skinny is better. In the wild, rarely can find fat and obese animals...
Only some of us humans like to feed and feed and feed our loved ones so they get chubby and 'cute', not knowing or caring that it's actually not so good for our loved ones. ~~~~~~~~~~~ mum2jude Chewy Daisy Ell Fluffy