Copenhagen: Overweight people said they are more likely to have an overweight dog.
Research at the University of Copenhagen says scientists trust the phrase "like a veterinary owner" in a journal of preventive veterinary medicine.
“The prevalence of heavy or obese dogs is more than double that of people who are light or obese (35%) than those who are slim or normal weight (14%).
Of the 268 dogs studied, 20% were overweight.
Middle-weight owners tend to use snacks for training purposes, but overweight owners may want to provide snacks in a playful situation, such as "when relaxing on the couch and sharing the last bite of a sandwich or cookie with a dog." I prefer that. Charlotte Bjornvad, the main author of the study, said.
In developed countries, 34-59% of dogs are overweight or obese, which, like humans, another international research team discovered in 2016, can reduce lifespan and mobility, or cause diabetes and heart disease.
On average, overweight dogs live 1.3 years less than dogs on a limited diet.
A study by the University of Copenhagen found that castration was three times more risky of being heavy or obese.
"Casting can increase your risk of becoming overweight by reducing exercise incentives while reducing your appetite in male dogs," says Bjornvad.
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