Fight the fat

Swift, W. Bradford
September 1997
Animals;Sep/Oct97, Vol. 130 Issue 5, p16
Points out the risks of obesity on pets. Correlation between obesity and overweight problems in humans and their pets; Causes of obesity; Weight-loss program for obese pets.


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