Many times, we don’t notice that our pets have gradually put on some extra weight until they start slowing down. More often than not, it is someone else who notices that weight gain such as the groomer, a friend, or the vet before we notice it ourselves. That extra weight your pet may be carrying around can cause lasting damage to their internal organs, bones, and joints…some that can never be corrected even with a change in their diet and exercise.
So, how do you check your own pet? Have them to stand, then feel around their midsection – their […]