Our society has a problem on its hands right now, and no one wants to talk about it. Dog obesity. The problem is that people see overweight dogs as cute, and tend to react positively to them, blissfully unaware that being an obese dog means that the dog is more prone to have serious health problems down the road like diabetes or heart disease. Obese dogs aren’t so funny now, are they? But are there certain breeds that are more likely to become larger than others? Yes. Here are ten dog breeds that are most prone to obesity. In other words, you have any of these breeds, quit sneaking them snacks.
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