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Obesity in pets has increased rapidly in the last few years. It is the root of numerous life-threatening diseases. Pet Obesity is prevalent in both cats and dogs. Every pet is special and you have to ensure that your furry pal doesn’t succumb to any of these diseases due to obesity. To determine where your dog is at the risk of any disease, let’s first take a look at your dog’s physical health. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Pet Obesity Complications & Treatment


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Pet Obesity Causes Treatments
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  • Theres never a dull day when you have pets
    the spark in their eyes is enough to lighten up
    your world. Every pet parent wants to shower
    their furry buddies with toys and treats.
    However, have you considered what overfeeding
    does to your pet? Well, feeding what seems like
    innocuous treats to pets can have severe
    consequences on their health. Moreover, Pet
    Obesity has been trending now just like Obesity
    in human beings.

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  • Obesity in pets has increased rapidly in the last
    few years.
  • It is the root of numerous life-threatening
    diseases.
  • Pet Obesity is prevalent in both cats and dogs.
    Every pet is special and you have to ensure that
    your furry pal doesnt succumb to any of these
    diseases due to obesity.
  • To determine where your dog is at the risk of
    any disease, lets first take a look at your
    dogs physical health.

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  • We have created a Pet Obesity Chart that will
    help you evaluate whether your dog has an ideal
    body weight or not-

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Is your Pet Fit Or Fat?
  • Below we have shed light on the diseases that are
    caused due to obesity in cats and dogs. The
    following list is bound to leave you stunned and
    after reading the article, youll certainly pay
    10x more attention to your pets diet and health.

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Obesity-Related Conditions in Pets 
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Diabetes
Overweight pets are at the highest risk of
diabetes mellitus. Overfeeding can cause insulin
resistance in the pets body, which leads to
diabetes. The main sign is an increase in thirst
and urination. If your dog is overweight and has
these symptoms, chances are he has diabetes.
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Arthritis
Obesity directly affects your pets bones
bearing the weight causes the bones to weaken.
Thus, it results in inflammation in joints and
eventually causes osteoarthritis in pets.If
youre concerned about your pets joint health,
we have many treatments available. Joint Guard
for Cats and Joint Guard for Dogs maintain joint
health and reduce inflammation.
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High Blood Pressure
When the body has to bear extra weight, it
affects the entire body. Excess body fat is
linked with hypertension in both dogs and cats.
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Bladder/Urinary Tract Disease
Urinary tract infection is one of the most common
issues obese animals face. Obesity, diabetes, and
Bladder infections are interlinked hence
preventing it becomes more crucial.
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Liver Disease
Generally, the fatty liver disease occurs in
humans but pets are not entirely immune to it.
Cats who consume a high-fat diet are at more risk
of developing liver disease. Furthermore,
overweight or obese dogs are also at the risk of
liver disease.
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Depression
The terms depression and pets are rarely used
together. When pets are not able to indulge in
their daily activities running, jumping,
grooming themselves they are likely to suffer
from depression.
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Study Shows That Obese Dogs Have Shorter Lifespan
  • No pet parent can imagine living without their
    beloved pet. However, the treats you feed your
    pet out of love can lead to their early demise.
    Science Daily has published a research study that
    was conducted on over 50,000 dogs of various
    breeds. It was reported that obese dogs are
    likely to have shorter lives compared to dogs
    with ideal body weight.
  • They came to the conclusion that obesity takes
    away two years from a pets life. Hence, if you
    wish to spend more time with your furry pal, pay
    attention to his diet and day-to-day activities.

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  • As a pet parent, you might find it difficult to
    deny your pet treats. No one can resist that cute
    little face looking up to you. Whenever you feed
    your pet, ensure that its in small proportions.
    Creating a diet plan is advisable so that you
    dont overfeed your pet. After switching your
    furry pal to a nutritious and healthy diet,
    youll notice a positive change in his behavior.

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