My Journey Continues
A Pug’s Story to Healthy Weight Loss
I’m Edie the Pug
I love food
This is theÂ 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 beginningÂ 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? Â Well letÂ me share my secret – well it’s not really a secret, but everyone seems to listen betterÂ when they think they’re going to hear one đ
- My meals are divided –Â 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 đ
Personally, my favourite meal time is lunch, this the meal I go crazy for! Â You see, I learned in May of this year that dog does not live on dry food alone! Â What a revaluation this was! Â 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. Â The Satiety WetÂ 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.
ForÂ more information about these products, and to be sure they are right for your dog, consult with your veterinarian.