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Is Your Pet Obese?

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

The Association for Pet Obesity Prevention(APOP) recently released some alarming facts: "Veterinarians who assessed pets for the recent study recognized that more than half are overweight or obese." That equates to 57.6 percent of the cat population and 52.6 percent of the dog population that is currently weighing too much.  READ MORE






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