Thanksgiving is such a wonderful and meaningful holiday. Friends and families gather, ovens work overtime and delicious holiday aromas fill the air. It’s a time for sharing and giving thanks. The best way to give thanks for your pets is to keep them safe! Give them some extra attention and even a little extra food. But, please be careful about which foods you share. The best foods to share are not scraps, but the same foods you and I eat.
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Though a little excess weight seems harmless, obesity can be a life-threatening condition for your pet. Obesity in pets can lead to osteoarthritis, high blood pressure, heart and respiratory disease, kidney disease, cranial cruciate ligament injury, and many forms of cancer. With obesity is on the rise for both humans and their pets, the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) has published guidelines for veterinary practitioners to use in managing your pet’s weight.