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Is Your Pet Obese?


Obesity in pets is a concern more than ever. Possible consequences of inaction may be extreme for some pets. Dogs that are incapable of exercising or prone to retaining weight are the most at risk for becoming obese. It is common in dogs of all ages, but usually occurs in middle-aged dogs. Indoor or neutered dogs also tend to gain weight fast.
Obesity Symptoms

• Weight gain
• Excess body fat
• Inability (or unwillingness) to exercise
• An above-ideal score in a body condition assessment

If you are observing these symptoms in your pet, visit to your nearest Windsor veterinary. Your veterinarian will examine your dog palpate its ribs, lumbar area, tail and head. Then they will compare the test results with the breed standard. After examination, your veterinarian may suggest some changes in the diet and daily routine of your dogs. Early diagnosis proves to be very beneficial for combating the effects of obesity in dogs.trailer film Going in Style 2017

Ambassador Animal Hospital in Windsor is equipped to provide treatment for a wide range of health problems. We have been serving the Windsor area for many years now. We have handled many cases related to pet diseases. We are qualified and experienced to provide comprehensive treatment to your pets.

If you want to contact us, you can do that by calling us on 519-971-3100. You can also send us your query at Keep your eyes on our blog section for regular updates on pet care, health and treatment