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Helping you keep an eye on your pet's waist line
Optimal weight helps your pet to live longer
Being as little as 20% overweight increases you pets risk of serious health problems
More food does not mean more love
Over-feeding often results in serious risks to your pets health
Dogs and cats after neutering are often at an increased risk of becoming overweight.
Getting back in shape does not have to mean a lot of change. Successful weight loss can be as simple as changing or “tweaking” their diet
Weigh – we will weigh your pet and keep a record along with providing a printed graph of their weight.
Score – we will make an assessment of your pet's Body Condition Score.
Recommend – advice will be given on ways in which you could improve their current diet or whether a change in diet is recommended.
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