A healthy weight
could mean more
years with your pet

Don’t let extra weight hold them back from living 100%.

Did you know more than 50% of pets are overweight?*

Find out if your dog is at their ideal weight below.

Choose your pet

  • Very Thin
  • underweight
  • ideal
  • Overweight
  • Obese

VERY THIN

  • Severe abdominal tuck from the side

  • Accentuated hourglass shape from overhead

UNDERWEIGHT

  • Abdominal tuck from the side

  • Marked hourglass shape from overhead

Ideal

  • Abdominal tuck from the side

  • Well-proportioned waist from overhead

OVERWEIGHT

  • No abdominal tuck from the side

  • Back broadened at the waist from overhead

OBESE

  • Fat hanging from abdomen; no visible waist from the side

  • Back markedly broadened from overhead

More weight management solutions

After you find the right food, add on supplies that can help them maintain a healthy weight.

Food

Food is the foundation for your dog’s health, and the right food can help them maintain a healthy weight.

Treats

Treats help build your bond, but keep them to no more than 10% of your dog’s total calories with low-calorie options.

Scoops

Take the guesswork out of portion control with scoops in different sizes.

Slow Feeders

Promote a slower eating pace while helping prevent bloating and regurgitation.

Toys

Get them up and moving with new toys that help encourage physical activity.

Supplements

Hip & joint supplements can help ease pain and inflammation that may be caused by increased exercise.

Switching your dog to a new food?

Make sure to transition them slowly to help prevent tummy troubles.

Old Food

 

New Food

Days 1-3

25% new food

Days 4-6

50% new food

Days 7-10

75% new food

Day 11

100% new food

Taste test without worries

If your new food isn’t a good fit for your pet, our money-back guarantee has you (and your wallet) covered! Learn More

Our vets can help them maintain a healthy weight

Book an appointment at your neighborhood Petco to get personalized vet advice based on your dog’s current weight so they can look and feel their best.

 

Discover more healthy weight tips

How to help an obese dog lose weight

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How many calories does my dog need?

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Seven reasons for weight gain in dogs and cats

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Did you know more than 50% of pets are overweight?*

Find out if your cat is at their ideal weight below.

  • Very Thin
  • underweight
  • ideal
  • Overweight
  • Obese

VERY THIN

  • Severe abdominal tuck from the side

  • Accentuated hourglass shape from overhead

UNDERWEIGHT

  • Abdominal tuck from the side

  • Marked hourglass shape from overhead

Ideal

  • Abdominal tuck from the side

  • Well-proportioned waist from overhead

OVERWEIGHT

  • No abdominal tuck from the side

  • Back broadened at the waist from overhead

OBESE

  • Fat hanging from abdomen; no visible waist from the side

  • Back markedly broadened from overhead

More weight management solutions

After you find the right food, add on supplies that can help them maintain a healthy weight.

Food

Food is the foundation for your cat's health, and the right food can help them maintain a healthy weight.

Treats

Treats help build your bond, but keep them to no more than 10% of your cat's total calories with low-calorie options.

Scoops

Take the guesswork out of portion control with scoops in different sizes.

Slow Feeders

Promote a slower eating pace while helping prevent bloating and regurgitation.

Toys

Get them up and moving with new toys that help encourage physical activity.

Supplements

Hip & joint supplements can help ease pain and inflammation that may be caused by increased exercise.

Switching your cat to a new food?

Make sure to transition them slowly to help prevent tummy troubles.

Old Food

 

New Food

Days 1-3

25% new food

Days 4-6

50% new food

Days 7-10

75% new food

Day 11

100% new food

Taste test without worries

If your new food isn’t a good fit for your pet, our money-back guarantee has you (and your wallet) covered! Learn More

Our vets can help them maintain a healthy weight

Book an appointment at your neighborhood Petco to get personalized vet advice based on your dog’s current weight so they can look and feel their best.

 

Discover more healthy weight tips

Is my cat overweight?

Read Article

Seven reasons for weight gain in dogs and cats

Read Article

Do I need to change my pet's food?

Read Article