Getting Your Best Friend Back #HillsPet

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Have you ever had a pet that just couldn't seem to lose weight? When I was a little girl, our family had a cat named Jazzy. My mom had gotten him when I was very young and he quickly became a part of the family. Of course like most cats when they're young, Jazzy was very active and playful. But once he got to be an adult, he turned into one lazy cat. Whenever you wanted to find him, all you had to do was look in a windowsill.

As you can tell in the picture above, Jazzy was one fat cat. And as the years went by, he still got fatter and fatter. My mom tried everything including giving him smaller portions, but nothing seemed to help. It was probably because Jazzy liked to just lie around all day like most cats do. So after eating his food, he did nothing to work it off.

It wasn't until one day at a normal vet appointment did the veterinarian mention to my mom that Jazzy needed to be on a special diet because his weight was going up and up. Did you know that this is a growing problem among pets today? But now there's something to help turn an overweight pet into a lean pet again. Hill's® Prescription Diet® Metabolic Advanced Weight Solution provides clinically proven nutrition that naturally activates metabolism to burn calories and regulate appetite. While eating Metabolic Advanced Weight Solution, an overweight animal’s metabolism changes to act more like that of a lean animal. And even after weight loss is achieved, the highly efficient energy metabolism profile is maintained.

If you want to see just how Hill's® Prescription Diet® Metabolic Advanced Weight Solution works, then you need to watch this uplifting story about Bear, a dog that was so overweight that lived on a tarp in the living room because he couldn't walk anymore.