As we all know, as we get older, it is much easier to put on weight, and your pet is no different. Whether caused by less exercise, the wrong diet, or hormonal changes caused by neutering, many pets are susceptible to weight gain as they age. Our nurses run FREE weight clinics to address these issues.
Following neutering, all pets are invited back for a weight check every 2 months. This allows you to keep a check on your pet's weight and to notice any weight gain early. The nurses will advise you on diet, which may mean a change in feeding amount, or even a change in food, to keep your pet in good body condition.
The nurses also run a weight watcher clinic for pets who may have more weight to lose. Again, they will weigh your pet on a regular basis, and give you advice on diet. The aim is to help your pet to reach and maintain a good body weight, which will help them to live a longer, healthier life.