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Obesity in dogs is an important medical condition with serious health consequences. Obese dogs often have difficulty with their joints (including arthritis). They are also more likely to have heart problems, diabetes and trouble breathing. Dogs that are obese get more skin infections than dogs at a normal weight and may have more problems with anesthesia and surgery. Obese dogs don’t run or play as much as dogs that weigh less. Climbing stairs is more difficult, getting in and out of cars is harder to do, and sometimes just walking down the street is a challenge. Managing obesity in your dog is not a matter of “looking good.” It’s about managing the potential for serious health consequences.
If your pet is over or underweight, let Adobe Animal Hospital help you with a dietary plan specifically designed for your pet. We have specialty diets for both weight gain and weight loss, as well as the new FDA approved weight loss drug, Slentrol™.
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