Pet Obesity discussed by Kelly Lewis of barkTV. (fat dog health)

pet health Pet Obesity discussed by Kelly Lewis of barkTV. (fat dog health, lose weight loss). Kelly is a mobile groomer from Raleigh (apex) NC.

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9 Responses to Pet Obesity discussed by Kelly Lewis of barkTV. (fat dog health)

  1. laliday says:

    There’s nothing …
    There’s nothing wrong with people food as long as you are eating healthy. People’s food is actually better than dog food. Portion control and exercise are important. If you’ll give your dog treats you need to feed lower portions at dinner or breakfast.

  2. Kristal Lace says:

    Yes beware of …
    Yes beware of overfeeding your dog because now my poor baby has congestive heart failure and I feel that I am to blame for feeding him people food everyday of his life :(.

  3. badoman5000 says:

    My dog eats mc …
    My dog eats mc donalds for lunch everyday and stays at a healthy 90 lbs and at only 1 year old

  4. Kerri Ramirez says:

    Thanks for the …
    Thanks for the useful information, very helpful.
    

  5. Kerri Ramirez says:

    Thanks for the …
    Thanks for the useful information, very helpful.

  6. shuntley91 says:

    Pet obesity is the …
    Pet obesity is the number one health problem for dogs, and the owner is the blame. I have a hard time saying no to the dog, but I remind myself that I am being more kind by NOT giving unhealthy treat and stuff. She’ll thank me for it when she is old and can still walk! lol

  7. 2lkjnbv says:

    Thanks. Can’t wait …
    Thanks. Can’t wait to see more videos from barkTV!

  8. kendrahostetler says:

    I think my dog …
    I think my dog looks most like the fat one. I didn’t think he looked that bad, but I guess I need to exercise him a little more

  9. rose6151 says:

    Good info, thanks!
    Good info, thanks!

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