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Happy New Years 2015!!!

At this time of year, it is a common theme for people to make a New Years resolution centered around improving personal health. Weight management is generally at the top of the list and should include your beloved pets as well! Check out this post to read more as well as other great New Years resolutions for your pets.

In the United States, a 2013 Veterinarian survey was conducted that determined 55% of dogs and cats are obese. That number is likely similar here in Canada. Click here to see the findings of this survey for yourself. Obesity is as much of a risk to our pets as it is to us.

Managing your pets weight is the number one thing you can do to improve the quality of life of your pet as well as give him/her a longer, healthier life! Click here for the Canadian Veterinary Medical Associations report on the health problems that obesity can contribute to.

Knowing you need to implement a weight loss plan for your pet is one thing, but getting started can be overwhelming. Click here to read about a few suggestions and do not hesitate to contact us to help you come up with a plan!

In addition to the battle for weight loss, click here for other great suggestions on New Years resolutions for your pet. Our pets make our lives so much fuller and more enjoyable. It is a great time of year to think about the many things we can do for our very special friends.

We are always happy to provide you with more information on any of the topics discussed or answer questions you may have. Please contact us!

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