5 x this is how you help your pet to maintain its weight
Bailey
Bailey

Sep 01 2022

5 x this is how you help your pet to maintain its weight

Being overweight is just as dangerous for dogs and cats as it is for humans. With these tips you can help your four-legged friend to maintain its weight. Always consult with your vet.

1. Measure what your pet eats

Measure what your pet eats and discuss with your vet what the ideal weight is for your pet. With this information and the tables on the packaging, you can then easily check how many grams of food your animal needs per day. Then divide this amount over at least 2 meals per day.

2. Tactical Snacks

Many of the dog and cat treats on the market are real calorie bombs. Sweets often contain a lot of fat and sugar. Therefore, opt for a healthier version, with ingredients and additives that really contribute to the health of your pet. Our natural dog snacks healthy cat treats contain as many natural ingredients as possible and, moreover, we do not add sugar, salt and artificial fragrances, colors and flavors. Our salmon and chicken strips, for example, are low in fat, but they are packed with salmon and chicken. A super healthy alternative to the calorie bombs!

3. Know what your pet eats

It is also important with food to see what exactly is in it. Food is often full of ingredients and additives that only ensure that the number of calories goes up, without contributing to the health of your dog or cat. Our products always contain clear labels on which you can see exactly what is in the dog food and cat food.

4. Moving through wind and weather

Exercise is super important for dogs and cats. But that's why it's a habit to make time every day to get moving with your pet. For dogs, this means a brisk walk. Your dog needs a longer walk at least once a day, especially if he spends the rest of the day indoors. Continue briskly and walk a few blocks further. If you notice that your dog is getting fitter, you can slowly make the walk more intense.

5. Bubble games

Outdoor cats usually get their daily exercise easily. Cats spending their days indoors are a different story. Fortunately, you can easily imitate outdoor activities indoors!

Climbing is essential for a cat and it is good for the nails. So make sure you have a scratching post for your cat. The advantage of most scratching towers is that there are also many places where your cat can nestle in.

You can also imitate hunting at home. How about a wad of paper, a feather or bubbles on a string? Laser lights are also a favorite of many cats. Shine this a little higher against the wall, so that your cat really has to jump up to 'grab' the light.