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Pet exercise

Exercise is a vital part of your pet’s lifestyle, and plays a big role in helping your dog or cat maintain a healthy weight. As a responsible pet parent, it’s up to you to make sure your animal companions get enough exercise, to help them live a longer and healthier life. We’ve answered a few of the most common questions about this, but if you want to know more, please feel free to get in touch with us here.

How long does it take for a dog to lose weight?

The speed of your pet’s weight loss will depend on a variety of different factors, such as their age, their breed, and the amount of excess weight they need to lose.


How much should I feed my dog to lose weight?

The amount you feed your pet will depend on their size, breed and activity levels. Food volumes will also depend on the calorie amount contained in your dog’s food - which can be found on all Hill’s packaging and on the Hill’s Pet website.


What are the best exercises for overweight dogs and cats?

There are many fun, stimulating ways to help your dog or cat enjoy exercise, so be sure to make it part of your daily schedule. Start off slowly and increase exercise gradually as fitness improves.


How much exercise does my dog need?

This will depend on your dog’s age, breed, and overall health. If your pet has any health conditions, see your vet to talk about safe exercise guidelines.

Most dogs require 30 - 60 minutes of physical activity a day – enough that they’re feeling tired and starting to slow down by the time they stop.


How to exercise my dog in the backyard?

Most dogs love to be outside, so even on days when you aren’t able to take a nice long walk, spend some active time out in the yard with them.

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