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  • Pet nutrition-Pet obesity can lead to various health conditions that may affect your pets life. Contact us here at Peak Vets for more advice.Pet nutrition-Pet obesity can lead to various health conditions that may affect your pets life. Contact us here at Peak Vets for more advice.Pet nutrition-Pet obesity can lead to various health conditions that may affect your pets life. Contact us here at Peak Vets for more advice.Pet nutrition-Pet obesity can lead to various health conditions that may affect your pets life. Contact us here at Peak Vets for more advice.

Pet obesity can lead to various health conditions that may affect your pet’s life. We understand it can be difficult to know what the ideal weight for your pet is and how to maintain this. Our team can weigh and measure your pet and give you some advice on how to sustain a healthy and balanced diet.

It is advised to feed appropriate food for your dog or cat’s life stage, so puppies/kittens are fed puppy/kitten food, adults are fed adult food and so on.

Cats in the wild will hunt for food, but by using puzzle feeders and hiding their biscuits around the house you can help keep your cat entertained.

Cats prefer to keep their food away from their water source and their litter tray, so bear this in mind when designing their environment.