Dog obesity problems and its causes

What are the obesity problems that are faced by dogs? The answer will be same as what human faces. Yes, all the problems that we face are also faced by dog due to its overweight or obese. The causes of obese are due to over- eating and lack of exercise and activities. Dog owners should be very careful of obesity because it may cause various other problems in your pet like, Abnormal insulin secretion and glucose level that result in diabetics Your dog will get joint and knee pains Breathing problems Damage in bones Heart or cardiac disease High blood pressure Immunity system gets weak All these problems comes one by one and finally results in death. Your dog’s life span becomes short and it suffers huge pains. Dog owners should be aware of these problems. They should take care about their diet and exercise at the early stage. Preventing is better than curing. Apart from overeating and lack of exercise for dog obesity there are also other reasons like neutering, hormonal disorder, reduce in metabolism. But these can be overcome by their good diet and regular exercise. Before the things get worst, dog owners can change the diet of

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Best Fruits and Vegetables for Dogs

Like fruits, feeding vegetables is also good for dogs. It adds a good nutrient diet. Some vegetables should be served cook, while some may be given raw. Always be cautious in their diet, improper diet may cause many serious problems. Good Vegetables for doggies: Vegetables are rich in vitamins, minerals and good in fiber. Vegetables such as pumpkin, carrot, green beans, peas, cucumber can be rinsed thoroughly and thinly sliced and can be given raw. Cauliflower, Broccoli, cabbage should be given streamed. Sweet Potatoes are liked by dogs when it is given dehydrated. Potatoes should be boiled and given, while raw one is very toxic. While ripped tomatoes are good for dog, unripe one cause gastric problems to your pet. Vegetables to be avoided: At any form onion, garlic is toxic to dog. Mushrooms, Corn may cause allergic issues to your dog. About fruit diet: Bananas are good and safe when given peeled. Fruits such as apple, apricot, pear, watermelon, plum and berries should be given seedless. Grapes and Raisins are toxic, it should be avoided. Orange, Lemon, Dates and Greens are safe when given in small quantity. While introducing a food to your puppy/dog give a small amount. Some

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