Saturday , 21 January 2017

Body transformations: pets edition

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Thanks to something called pet fit club these cats and dogs have lost a stack of weight. So take solace in the fact that weight loss isn’t that hard if an animal can do it so can you………but in January obviously you’ve got a lot to eat and drink over this most festive of periods.

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Kayla is a Mastiff type dog who, at her heaviest, weighed 61kg. Six months later she has lost 17kg.

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Twelve-year-old Edinburgh cat, Amber, shed an impressive 17% of her bodyweight . Amber weighed a whopping 7.3kg – making her 62% overweight.

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Bob weighed as much as 40kg. His new owner Kate managed to get his weight down to around 26kg, but he still has a long way to go.

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Blobby Bobby’s greedy habits helped contribute to his whopping weight of 63.45kg – nearly twice what he should be. He has lost 10.5kg

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Rescue cat Boycus was twice the size he should be

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Daisy was crowned ‘pet slimmer of the year’ after losing around 8kg in weight – an impressive 27% of her bodyweight.

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Fudge tipped the scales at a whopping 58kg, Six months later he weighs 48.8kg.

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Harley lost over 4kg.

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Jemma has lost 15.5% of her bodyweight, weighing in at 9.8kg (starting weight 11.6kg).

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He tipped the scales at 20.5kg, around double his ideal weight. Six months on he was a far healthier 14.1kg (a loss of 6.4kg) and trimmed an impressive 20cm off his waist.

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Duke was morbidly obese. Now he’s lost 5kg, 8.3% of his bodyweight and is weighing in at a healthier 55kg.

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Hooch now weighs 69.7kg (starting weight 82.2kg), having lost 12.5kg and 15.2% of his bodyweight.