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Is My Pet Overweight
What Causes Weight Gain?
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2012 Pet Slimmer
Nourish a Healthy Life Style
Avoid feeding table scraps and snacks
Stick to the recommended daily feeding guide - it can be useful to weigh out the amount at the beginning of the day, to avoid accidental overfeeding
Divide the daily allowance into several meals for the most efficient weight loss
Keep your pet in another room when preparing or eating your own meals
If you have several pets, feed them separately
Don't leave any food lying around
Make sure you have enough of the recommended food for holidays and, if you're going away, give clear feeding instructions to the person looking after your pet
Introduce the new food gradually over a 7-day period by mixing your pet's former food with increasing proportions of the new food, until only the new food is being fed
Feeding tips for lifelong health
Your pet is unique:
Their nutrition plan should be, too. Ask your veterinarian about what food amount is ideal for your pet’s lifestage and health condition, so you can ensure your pet is getting the nutrition they need for lifelong health.
Ease into better health:
Make sure the transition to a new food is easy for your pet. Each day, replace a little of the old food with a little of the new food, increasing the amount being replaced each day. After a week, eliminate the old food completely.
Eliminate free feeding:
Instead of leaving food out all the time, feed your pet at designated times throughout the day. Controlling when and how much your pet eats can help them stick to the weight management program your veterinarian recommended.
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