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Facts About Dog Obesity Infographic

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Is your dog overweight? Sometimes, dog obesity is a hard fact for owners to face. No one wants to admit their little furball has a problem, and let's face it, chubby dogs do look pretty adorable.

To help you maintain your dog's health, here's an Infographic about dog obesity. Do your furry friend a favor and give it a read. Also check out these tips from the Kurgo Vet, Dr. Susan O'Dell DVM, on what to do if your dog is obese.

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