|Cinnamon: The lean, mean hunting machine!|
I get worried about them. It's clear that they are not healthy and huff and puff much more than I do when they walk (or try to run).
They are lucky their owners even bring them to the park 'cause it's so sad that they can't really enjoy their time there.
|This poor dog would have much more fun after shedding a little weight!|
Even when I tell my dog friends that they don't have to give up TREATS on this program, they are leery. But the Hill's people did real tests on real dogs in real homes. And 88% lost weight without giving up anything. They just changed the food and treats they ate. That's it!
Yes, I get sad when I see an overweight dog (well, even a fat cat too) but what I didn't really think about was that when a pet carries extra weight, many times it also affects their relationship with their owners. And for us, that is the most important relationship in our WORLD!
This video kind of explains that. It's called Bear’s Story. It is a real life story of dog named Bear and how his excess weight affected his life and his relationship with his family. (It's ok to watch it. There is a happy ending!)
Hill’s®Prescription Diet® Canine Metabolic Advanced Weight Solution is a great alternative for chubby pets and their worried owners. If you want to have a good life and a good relationship with your owner both of you should read the information on Hill’s MetabolicAdvanced Weight Solution Website.
|See? You don't have to give up TREATS!|
Remember, you don't have to give up the amount of food you eat or your TREATS! This diet affects an overweight animal’s metabolism.
Hill’s® Prescription Diet® Metabolic Advanced Weight Solution provides clinically proven nutrition that naturally activates metabolism to burn calories and regulate appetite.
That's why it's different and that's why it works! (I, Cinnamon, read the research results).
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