Having an overweight dog is not only unhealthy it can also be deadly. Dogs suffer from the same illnesses as humans and proper diet and exercise can lead to a healthier pet. read more
Find a good quality food, cut out the treats or only use them in training (pea-size) and subtract what you use in training from your dog's daily ration. Use his kibble if he'll work for that. Take your dog on a minimum of a once daily walk off the property.
by Mary Wickison 5 years ago
Isn't it healthier for dogs to eat raw meat than commercially prepared dog food?I am considering changing my dog's diet. Currently they get a mixture of commercial dog food, rice, raw chicken, raw beef heart, carrots, eggs and left-overs. My friend gives her dogs only raw meat, fruit, leaves,...
by Astralrose 5 years ago
Recently, a local news anchor from Wisconsin received an email from a viewer stating that since he has seen her years back her weight has not reduced. and that she is still obese. According to the guy who wrote that letter, she should reduce her weight and set an example to people who listen and...
by Rodric Anthony Johnson 5 years ago
What things can you do to avoid being overweight if you have health problems?I have diabetic neuropathy and I have weakness in my muscles. It is hard for me to find an exercise routine that works with my pain and my dizziness. What can someone in my situation do?
by Dalriada Books Ltd 6 years ago
Shall we implement "Fat Tax" on fast food or on overweight person in order to fight obesity?Lawmakers in UK and Sweden proposed 'fat tax' on fast food, but in reality it's not easy to do that. It might be easier to implement fat tax on person in order to fight obesity, The tax could...
by Samir Tale 4 months ago
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