More likely than not, your pet is overweight. This is not an exaggeration: statistics from the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention (APOP)’s 2015 survey indicate that 57.9% of cats and 52.7% percent of dogs are overweight or obese. While the extra girth (underneath the fluff!) of a cat or dog may appear to be an

Weight Control and Joint Care for Pets

Tue, 05 July 2011 by Dr. Fincher

Weight control Maintaining your pet at a healthy weight helps prevent or minimize a variety of health risks including arthritis, joint problems, diabetes, heart disease, and breathing problems. Healthy weight is achieved and maintained through a balanced diet and exercise. If your pet is overweight, our veterinarians can create a weight-loss plan specific to your