Prevent Dachshunds from becoming overweight. Their long bodies are prone to joint and disc issues, so avoid extra weight and say no to begging.
Avoid overfeeding English Bulldogs. Their health issues are worsened by obesity. Due to breathing difficulties, focus on a balanced diet instead of intense exercise.
Monitor Boxers for hyperthyroidism and weight gain. Provide a healthy diet and consult a vet if they become chubby, rather than reducing their food abruptly.
Golden Retrievers are surprisingly inactive due to their owners' sedentary lifestyles. They need plenty of exercise but are often taught to be lazy and food-motivated.
Rottweilers are prone to weight gain, even without a disease. Obesity can cause hip dysplasia and other health issues, so be careful not to overfeed them.
Chihuahuas are prone to obesity due to lack of exercise and unhealthy scraps. Be strict with their diet, even if it means not sharing your food.
Scotties are prone to weight gain as they age. Monitor their weight and keep them active to prevent obesity.
Corgis are prone to spinal issues, so it's important to manage their weight and keep them active. Use your dog's health as motivation to get in shape too.
English Mastiffs are prone to obesity if overfed. They can become bloated and gassy, leading to digestive issues. Keep them on a diet for their health and your sanity.
Pugs are prone to obesity, which can worsen their breathing problems. Keep them at a healthy weight to improve their overall health.