Vetcetera: APOP says more than half of U.S. pets are overweight

Vetcetera: APOP says more than half of U.S. pets are overweight

Your clients may deny it, but many of their pets are fat. Get the latest numbers from the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention and tips on working out with your furry friends from Dr. Ernie Ward.
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Apr 03, 2015
By dvm360.com staff

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