Exercise and Weight Management: The Keys to Optimal Pet Health

beagle in kitchenPost-Thanksgiving is usually a time for looking disdainfully at the scale and thinking of the many ways we may have overindulged. But few of us consider how the holidays can also be a serious risk to our pets’ health. Like us, our pets can be susceptible to obesity as well as be at risk for pancreatitis and other health issues linked to a high-fat or imbalanced diet.

November is Diabetes Awareness Month, and it is also when we start seeing many more cases of pancreatitis and other food-related digestive issues. In light of the upcoming perils of Thanksgiving overeating and holiday treats, we thought it would be a great time to discuss ways in which you and your family can help your pet stay fit and healthy – and out of our pet emergency. Continue…