bulldog bulldog

Dogs are
overweight

Most pet parents are often unaware about pet obesity but the fact is sedentary lifestyles, overfeeding and lack of exercise make a dog obese.

bulldog
bulldog

Is your pet overweight?

Check if your best friend is in his best S.H.A.P.E - in 2 minutes

NOTE: Some breeds and different life-stages may have different ideal S.H.A.P.E. TM scores. Do consult your veterinarian if you are unsure.


Pedigree® Pro Range

Expert nutrition for adult dogs prone to weight gain

pedigree pedigree
Key Beneftis 20% Less Fat Per Meal**
Key Beneftis Helps Burn Fat L Carnitine
Key Beneftis Strong &
Healthy Joints
Glucosamine &
Omega Fatty Acids
Key Beneftis Delivers complete & balanced nutrition

For Whom

All Breeds, Specially

  • Small Breeds
  • Labradors
  • Middle Aged & Senior Dogs
  • Neutered Dogs

From When

  • Adult Dogs (From 2 Years Onwords)

Experts share their tips & advice

  • Dogs fed on energy rich home foods are prone to weight gain. Furthermore, these foods do not deliver adequate essential nutrients.
  • If your pet is overweight feeding a smaller potion of the current food is unadvisable as this reduces calories and essential nutrients. Instead opt for a professional weight management that meets nutrient requirements whilst reducing the overall calorie intake.
  • Did you know certain breeds, such as small breeds, have a predisposition to weight gain? These include pugs, dachshunds, beagles, cocker spaniels, basset hounds and labradors/golden retrievers.
  • As pets age, they are more likely to gain weight. Middle-aged dogs, neutered dogs and senior dogs are more likely to become overweight.
  • If treats are fed, an owner should ensure that the energy supplied contributes no more than 15% of the total daily calories. Break larger treats up into several small pieces.
  • We have more sedentary lifestyles and it is no surprise that our pets are getting sedentary too! Most dogs need an appropriate duration of regular exercise every day to match their intake of food/energy.
  • It is recommended to feed a balanced pet food to keep pets happy and healthy. Do feed the recommended quantity as per feeding guidelines provided on the label. It is also useful to monitor your pet’s body weight regularly to adjust intake of calories.
  • Dogs fed on energy rich home foods are prone to weight gain. Furthermore, these foods do not deliver adequate essential nutrients.
  • If your pet is overweight feeding a smaller potion of the current food is unadvisable as this reduces calories and essential nutrients. Instead opt for a professional weight management that meets nutrient requirements whilst reducing the overall calorie intake.
  • Did you know certain breeds, such as small breeds, have a predisposition to weight gain? These include pugs, dachshunds, beagles, cocker spaniels, basset hounds and labradors/golden retrievers.
  • As pets age, they are more likely to gain weight. Middle-aged dogs, neutered dogs and senior dogs are more likely to become overweight.
  • If treats are fed, an owner should ensure that the energy supplied contributes no more than 15% of the total daily calories. Break larger treats up into several small pieces.
  • We have more sedentary lifestyles and it is no surprise that our pets are getting sedentary too! Most dogs need an appropriate duration of regular exercise every day to match their intake of food/energy.
  • It is recommended to feed a balanced pet food to keep pets happy and healthy. Do feed the recommended quantity as per feeding guidelines provided on the label. It is also useful to monitor your pet’s body weight regularly to adjust intake of calories.

**As per studies done globally by Waltham & research conducted in Chennai & Bangalore

Buy Now
Buy Now