A few months ago, we began a partnership with the makers of Hill’s Metabolic Advanced Weight Solution. Our goal was to introduce you to a product that could put your pet on the road to a healthier weight.
Now we know it’s easy to write a lot of words about how great a product is, but the proof is really in the results. Does this product really help dogs lose weight? Well, let’s check out this real-life weight loss success story, starring Theo from Daily Dog Tag.
Theo is an adorable Puggle mix who’s around 5 years old. When he was adopted by Beth and her family from The Humane Association of Central New York about 10 months ago, they knew he was a bit overweight at 38 pounds and their veterinarian suggested putting him on a reduced calorie food.
Theo lost 5 pounds, which is a significant amount of weight for a dog his size, but Beth reported that he always acted as though he was starving. He started counter surfing and getting into the trash, as well as becoming snappy as he tried to take food from the other dogs in the family.
Oh Theo, I totally feel you. I’ve been on so many diets in my life, and I’d have a little success and lose a few pounds, but I’d always feel so deprived because I couldn’t eat enough to really feel satisfied. It’s a miserable way to live.
That’s when Beth started Theo on Hill’s Metabolic Advanced Weight Solution. After 3 months, she reports that he has continued to lose weight and the best part is that he seems to be satisfied. He’s no longer whining and searching for food, and his hunger isn’t making him cranky.
Now at 31.3 pounds, you might say Theo has a new leash on life. Yes, it would be corny, but you still might say it.
If your pet is overweight and you’re looking for a weight loss solution that won’t leave her unsatisfied and grouchy and looking for something else to eat, I highly recommend giving Hill’s Metabolic Weight Loss Solution a try. Talk to your vet before starting any weight loss program, and good luck!
This post is sponsored by Hill’s® and the BlogPaws Pet Blogger Network. I am being compensated for helping spread the word about Hill’s® Prescription Diet® Metabolic Food, but The Lazy Pit Bull only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. Hill’s Pet Nutrition, Inc. is not responsible for the content of this article.
Thank you to Beth at Daily Dog Tag for permission to use these gorgeous photos of her adorable dog, Theo.