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Seven ways to cut calories from your dog or cat’s diet

Overhauling your pet’s diet can make a big difference if they are overweight. Ideally, this should be done with the help and support of a veterinarian, however, whilst the current lockdown measures are in place, there are a few options you can explore yourself to kickstart the process. Don’t forget, food is only part of…

How extra weight affects your pet’s mobility

Just like us humans, when pets carry extra weight their health, wellbeing, and mobility are affected. If you read our previous post on how to use a Body Condition Score to assess your pet’s weight, it’s time to understand more about mobility issues. As well as having a clear understanding of how to correctly condition…

How to assess your cat or dog’s weight using body condition scoring

Is your cat or dog overweight? It’s not always easy to tell by simply looking at them. The first thing to establish is how to correctly identify your pet’s body condition as this can then determine whether they need to gain weight, lose weight, or maintain their weight. Although the number on the weighing scales…

Health problems associated with overweight dogs and cats

Like most pet owners, you’re probably guilty of giving in to those puppy dog eyes and undeniable cuteness and giving your pet an extra treat, or two, or three… Understanding why maintaining a healthy weight is so important is integral for the long-term health and wellbeing of your pet. Just like humans, being overweight will…

12 Steps of responsible pet ownership PART 3 – General Wellbeing

Making sure your pet is comfortable and happy may sound like they should be ‘a given’, but you’d be surprised how many pet owners go about their busy lives and leave little time for their pets. April is National Pet Month, and to highlight responsible pet ownership, we’ve put together a list of 12 things…

Teamwork ensures pets receive the best rehab treatment

Here at Clent Hills Pet fitness and Rehabilitation Centre we pride ourselves in the broad range of complementary services we are able to offer your pets. We are one of the only rehab centres in the Midlands to have physiotherapists, hydrotherapists and vets working alongside each other. If your pet requires rehabilitative treatment, here’s how…