Is Rover looking a little heavier than usual? Have you found yourself dipping into the treat jar more often – especially during COVID? Turns out that keeping your pet trim is directly correlated with quality and length of life. The equation for consistent weight is simple and familiar: calories in
Publish Date: Sep 07, 2021
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Is Rover looking a little heavier than usual? Have you found yourself dipping into the treat jar more often – especially during COVID? Turns out that keeping your pet trim is directly correlated with quality and length of life. The equation for consistent weight is simple and familiar: calories in = calories out. But there are a host of items that can upset this balance. Listen to Cathy and Chris discuss factors leading to obesity, from breed disposition to diseases to lifestyle to medications. The plethora of life-threatening issues that obesity contributes to is shocking, ranging from breathing difficulties to increased risk of cancer. This episode is intended to inform, not shame. We provide helpful tips to determine your pet’s ideal weight, get it there, and keep it there. Click here for the Dog Body Condition System chart.Click here for the Cat Body Condition System chart.DisclaimerThe contents of the PetAbilityTM podcast are for informational purposes only. The host(s) and their guests make no claims, warranties or representations about the content of these podcasts, or the accuracy, completeness or timeliness of their content. The opinions expressed are those of the host(s) and their guests. Discussion about any third party products or services are not intended to be endorsements or suggest any relationship or association between PetAbility and any other person or entity. The host(s) and guests are not responsible or liable for any damage, injury, mistake, misinterpretation, or misuse of the contents of the podcasts or any related materials. Furthermore, this podcast and any associated materials are not a substitute for professional veterinary care.Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=Q3T26JAY5L3S8)