Obesity is a problem commonly encountered in veterinary practice. It is important to stress to clients that overweight pets tend to encounter more clinical problems than pets at their optimum weights. Obesity represents a serious risk factor to anaesthesia. It may be detrimental to the cardiac, respiratory and skeletal systems and is therefore a condition which should be resolved.
Helpful Hints For Pets On Diets
Diets for pets should be carried out under veterinary supervision.
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