Survey shows more fat cats, pudgy pooches

We love our pets. But sometimes, when it comes to rewarding them with treats and food, we might love them a little too much. As a result, our pets are increasingly overweight and obese. To help quantify just how serious this issue has become, the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention (APOP) conducts annual surveys on obesity in U.S. pets. Just last week, the group released its 6th annual survey. In this podcast, Dr. Ernie Ward, founder of APOP, discusses this year’s results.

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