My Journey Continues
A Pug’s Story to Healthy Weight Loss
I’m Edie the Pug
I love food
This is the¬†continuing story of:
My Healthy Weight Loss Journey
In a recent post,” My Journey – A Pug’s Story to Healthy Weight Loss“, I woofed about my challenges with weight loss and my love of food, but with encouragement from my humom, my vet and my food, Royal Canin’s Satiety Support, I’m beginning¬†to see the treat dish at the end of the dog rainbow.
I’ve woofed about the struggles and challenges I’ve had obtaining a healthy weight, but I’m happy to woof that after visiting my vet last week, I am down in weight again!
Yes this Pug has lost another
How have I done this you might ask? ¬†Well let¬†me share my secret – well it’s not really a secret, but everyone seems to listen better¬†when they think they’re going to hear one ūüėČ
- My meals are divided –¬†3 times a day
- Each meal is measured – not scooped by a bowl or cup, but weighed on a scale.
- Breakfast and dinner consist of Satiety Support Dry
- Lunch is Satiety Support Wet
Of course exercise plays an important role. I take my humom for a walk each day and when it’s too hot or humid for pugs to be outside, I play fetch in the house or go to the local pet store for a walk up and down the isles. If my humom is really good, I’ll let her buy me a new toy at the pet store ūüėČ
Personally, my favourite meal time is lunch, this the meal I go crazy for! ¬†You see, I learned in May of this year that dog does not live on dry food alone! ¬†What a revaluation this was! ¬†My Satiety Support now came in wet form and I just love it!
The Satiety Support Wet is given to me in measured amounts just as the dry. ¬†The Satiety Wet¬†has all the benefits of the dry, but in addition to keeping me satisfied, it adds more water into my diet, which for me is important, because like a lot of other small dogs, I am not much of a water drinker and as a result has made me susceptible to UTI’s in the past.
For¬†more information about these products, and to be sure they are right for your dog, consult with your veterinarian.