Weight management in obese pets: the tailoring concept and how it can improve results

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diabetes mellitus 1573 [[1]], which can predispose to the development of various other diseases (e.g. cardiovascular disease, diabetes mellitus , liver disease, respiratory disease, neoplasia, and osteoarthritis) [[2]–[5]], and increase mortality
diabetes mellitus 1864 important medical disease in dogs and cats [[7]]. Overweight cats are at increased risk of developing diabetes mellitus , neoplasia, skin disease, oral cavity disease and urinary disease [[8]], whilst overweight dogs can
diabetes mellitus 1994 skin disease, oral cavity disease and urinary disease [[8]], whilst overweight dogs can suffer from diabetes mellitus , osteoarthritis, and urinary incontinence [[9]]. Increased adiposity can also adversely affect respiratory
diabetes mellitus 5915 animal is happier, more active, and less affected by any concurrent disease it may have (e.g. lameness, diabetes mellitus , respiratory diseases etc.). Further, success should be viewed less in terms of reaching a nominal ‘perfect
obesity 1401 (doi:10.1186/s13028-016-0238-z) contains supplementary material, which is available to authorized users.The significance of obesity in petsIn humans, it is now agreed that obesity is a disease [[1]], which can predispose to the development
obesity 1449 is available to authorized users.The significance of obesity in petsIn humans, it is now agreed that obesity is a disease [[1]], which can predispose to the development of various other diseases (e.g. cardiovascular
obesity 1743 osteoarthritis) [[2]–[5]], and increase mortality risk [[6]]. Most veterinarians would agree that obesity is also an important medical disease in dogs and cats [[7]]. Overweight cats are at increased risk of
obesity 2727 life [[18]], the condition also presents a major welfare challenge for veterinary surgeons.Overview of obesity managementSuccessful weight management has two main phases, weight loss and subsequent weight maintenance.
obesity 6353 insufficiently exercising their pet), weight management will fail in the long run.As described above, obesity can affect health in various ways, for instance by decreasing longevity [[17]], increasing the risk
obesity 11655 remaining dogs stopped their programme prematurely: 11 (8 %) were euthanased for reasons unrelated to the obesity or stopped because another disease developed (1 dog); in other cases, the owners decided to stop, often
obesity 12316 the main factors that had the greatest effect on success were the rate of weight loss, the degree of obesity , and the type of diet fed. In this respect, rate of weight loss was faster in dogs that completed their
obesity 12491 faster in dogs that completed their programme than in those that stopped. With regard to degree of obesity , the fatter the dog, the less likely it was to complete, with a 15 % increase in the odds of failure
obesity 14610 species, with only 28 of 62 cats (45 %) successfully reaching target weight [[42]]. Again, the degree of obesity was the strongest predictor of failure (fattest cats more likely to fail). Whilst these findings may

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