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You’ve been observing your dog become lazier and lazier by the day. You want to help your dog lose some weight but you don’t know where to start from.

Don’t worry! You’re not alone. Pandemic has made pets across the world put on some fluff. 

Here’s how we helped our dog, Abby shed some weight and become more active without starving her. Let’s see how! 

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We swapped our dog’s breakfast brown bread with ragi malt aka finger millet. Ragi has a much superior nutritional profile than other staple grains.

The first change we made in our dog’s diet was to swap white rice with red rice . Red rice contains abundant amounts of antioxidants ...

Portion control doesn’t mean you have to starve your dog. We reduced the content of rice in her diet by half and doubled the veggies.

We started alternating our dog’s breakfast milk with plain curd. The lactose sugar content is much lower in curd as compared to milk.

We’ve relied on packed dog treats for years, but the truth is, the calories add up and it’s not really healthy for your pooch either.

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