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A Chubby Pet Could Be A Big Problem

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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Attention dog and cat owners, it’s time to give your four-legged friend a critical once-over. If your pet is looking a little chubby, it could be a big problem.

A nationwide chain of pet-care clinics says about 40 percent of our canines and felines are overweight or obese. In fact, Banfield Pet Hospital says Minneapolis has the most obese pets.

Watch the report above for more!

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