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11/24/2011 3:48 AM

 Don't forget about the PDSA's Pet Fit Club

Here's what the PDSA says
 
Hurry - closing date Friday 25th November
According to veterinary charity PDSA, pet obesity levels vary depending on where pets live. Studying the UK, pets in Wales and the North West fare the worst, with 67% being fed unsuitable foods. In contrast, pets in London have the least fatty treats (53%). 


Are there lots of podgy pets in your area? The charity is running a pet slimming competition to help overweight pets lose weight through a diet and exercise programme that will help pets get back to a healthy and happy state. Visit www.pdsa.org.uk/petfitclub for more details  

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