Pet obesity is a disease.
It is a growing problem.
If you are concerned
your pet is overweight we would recommend speaking to your Vet or Veterinary
Nurse who will be able to examine your pet and advise on how to move forward.
When tackling pet obesity and looking at diet recommendation, it is important that
we do not just simply reduce the cat or dog’s current feeding amount as this
can lead to a nutritional imbalance where insufficient levels of nutrients are being
provided and your pet may also feel very hungry.
Royal Canin offers a
range of diets to support healthy weight loss whilst keeping
your pet full and satisfied and then
maintain this loss once your pet is at its ideal weight.
Due to the nature of
these diets, it is important they are fed under veterinary supervision. Regular
weight checks and close monitoring are recommended to ensure the animal
achieves the weight loss desired within a safe timescale. Your Vet or
Veterinary Nurse will be able to support and advise on your individual pet.
For more information
on this topic, visit Pet Obesity.