Sometimes wet food has a lot of extra calories. Try giving her just the dry "fat dogs" food, and a "pill-hider treat" instead. I also have to give my fat dog meds, and I hide them in the chewy glucosamine treat - low calorie, and good vitamins - and feed him the dry food alone. He has lost 25 pounds so far, without exercise, so I know its the food. Also, make sure you are looking at the desired weight of your dog on the back of the bag...rememeber you want them to lose the weight, so you want to feed them the food amount recommened for the target weight you wish to achive, and not feed them the amount for the weight they already are, or they'll stay that same weight..
answered 11 months ago
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Personally I think you should check with your vet. The wet food may be to high in calorie or 1/4 cup may be too little. Also, as with any diet it takes few months to see results. Natural balance does make a reduced calorie wet. But again. Check with your vet Hope your pup feels better soon.
answered 1 year ago
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