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Obesity in dogs    Obesity has risks in humans. Are there also obese dogs? What can we do about them?

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chillz
09/18/2008
05:08:24 AM
Re: Obesity in dogs
I believe Yes! you know when I went to Thailand that's my first time to go to that country and I was amazed how big their road dogs are. they're so bulky and their built is tremendous! Unbelievable!
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thaiboy
09/18/2008
05:09:42 AM
Re: Obesity in dogs
me too I have already seen that before in Thailand, Unbelievable Built. I don't know what they eat, but its so amazing how they become that big.
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chillz
09/18/2008
05:11:49 AM
Re: Obesity in dogs
We can feed Appropriate Snacks - Snacks are the largest contributor why dogs become obese, so next time try to have some natural foods, carrot sticks, bits and pieces of banana.
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replay
09/18/2008
05:26:02 AM
Re: Obesity in dogs
Provide some opportunity for prolonged exercise a couple of times a week. Long walks, play sessions, and strenuous training sessions help keep muscles in shape and bodies functioning and prevents your dogs become obese.
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glove
09/18/2008
05:27:11 AM
Re: Obesity in dogs
Examine the calories of the food you are feeding, plus browse for a food with similar content but less calories.
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glove
09/18/2008
05:27:38 AM
Re: Obesity in dogs
Watch the fat content in the food you buy. One factor on being obese iss the fat content of foods you buy for your dog, as we know fats are energy sources, and if that energy will not be consumed it might add to unnecessary calories.
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panggaboo
09/18/2008
05:29:01 AM
Re: Obesity in dogs
Absolutely not good for the health of the dogs,if they are over weight.this will cause their movement to slow down and if they stumble they might experience a terrible fracture.We have to feed them moderately.
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