Obesity in dogs: a growing issue

Camilla Pegram
Friday, April 2, 2021

Using the VetCompass ‘big data’ approach Camilla Pegram et al were able to analyse data from 22 333 dogs, 1580 of which were recorded as overweight to determine risk factors for obesity. Camilla highlights the findings below.

 If a dog is overweight, weight clinics are a fantastic way to get owners engaged with their dog's weight loss.
If a dog is overweight, weight clinics are a fantastic way to get owners engaged with their dog's weight loss.

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