Managing the weight of a single pet within a household of many can be a challenge. Diet hazards commonly faced in multi-pet households include: Free feeding - where a pet's food is left out to be eaten throughout the day Inter-canine dominance and behavioral
Before launching into regular exercise please read the following exercise safety tips. Apply these tips to make the most of your WAGSTA Wellness activity program :) 1. Veterinary Check-up WAGSTA recommends a veterinary health check prior to commencing your dog's weight loss program.
To successfully diet your dog it is important to accurately measure meal portions and treat allowances. With a little practice you will find this quickly becomes habit. How to use the WAGSTA Wellness Food Portioning Tool: 1. Go to the WAGSTA Wellness
You can increase your dog’s activity level and calorie burn with a few simple tweaks to your daily routine. Taking steps to maximize baseline activity is especially important for dogs who are physically disabled or unable to participate in walking programs.
Monitoring your dog's weight loss progress is a key component of your WAGSTA Wellness Program. Throughout your dog's diet you will conduct fortnightly weigh-ins and monthly measure-ups. Please follow the guidelines below to make your measurements as accurate as possible. How to