A new kind of excitement - you'll see your dog getting excited about food again
According to a survey of European veterinarians, 45% of dogs suffer from obesity. This is usually due to a combination of poor diet and lack of physical activity. Dry food which has very high levels of carbohydrates and processed sugars plays a big part of the obesity pandemic. Just like people, once a dog doesn’t eat properly, they have lower levels of energy which causes them to not want to run around as much as a healthy dog, further turning the problem into a vicious circle.
Even the healthiest food in the world can lead to obesity if you eat too much of it. Many dog owners often don’t know what the right amount of food is, and if their dog barks long enough or asks cutely enough, they usually cave in and give them an extra serving.At Boosa & Co., our chief vet designed a simple quiz to determine just what your dog needs, based on their weight, age and breed.