ACCORDING to the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention, approximately 53% of dogs and 58% of cats in the U.S. were overweight or obese in 2014.
These numbers have steadily increased since 2010. However, most pet owners do not realize and cannot identify that their pets are overweight or obese, according to a news release from the American Society of Animal Science.
Pet food companies and nutritionists continue to search for
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