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The K-State Pet Obesity Clinic has now been open and enrolling patients for a little over a year; in that time, approximately 75% of pets that have finished their enrollment have reached ideal body condition. In this talk, we’ll be reviewing how the Pet Obesity Clinic works and what the benefits are to the client, the pet, and to the referring DVM. We’ll also be discussing how the clinic has had to change with COVID-19, and how some of these changes could also be implemented by general practitioners working with clients on their pet’s weight loss.
Overweight dogs with osteoarthritis present a unique challenge. Using a multimodal approach to the management of dogs with OA improves chances of successfully disrupting the arthritis cycle and at the same time minimizing the use or dose of drugs necessary to control clinical signs. As with human OA patients, controlling weight in pets with OA or those at risk for developing OA is an effective method of decreasing the severity and delaying the onset of clinical signs. There is a strong evidence for recommending weight loss as the 1st choice of treatment for obese patients with OA.
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