Is Your Pet Overweight? #HillsPet Giveaway

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Is Your Pet Overweight?

Do you ever look at your precious pets and wonder if they are packing on too many pounds? If so, you’re not alone! At times I wonder if, beneath all the fur, my cats are large because of their breed and build – or because they are living out life a little too largely!

Tsunami at Create With Joy

I especially worry about cats with couch potato tendencies like Tsunami. He’s a bona fide member of the clean plate club who refuses to join a local gym! As much as I try to motivate Tsunami to move away from the table, our play sessions often resemble the ones in the One Big Kitty video:

Turns out I have good reason to be vigilant about my cats’ weights. According to one veterinary survey, 54% of the nation’s pets are overweight, and their owners don’t even realize it!

The largest veterinary practice in the world recently produced a report containing extensive research about the state of our pets’ health. According to the Banfield Pet Hospital State Of Health 2012 Report, in the last five years, the number of overweight dogs has increased by 37% – and the number of overweight cats has increased by 90%! If that weren’t shocking enough, 76% of these dog owners and 69% of these cat owners believe their portly pets are healthy!

Dog at Vet

What should you do if you suspect your precious pet needs to lose a few pounds?

  • Take your pet to the veterinarian to determine if your pet’s weight is healthy.
  • If your pet is needs to lost weight, ask how Hill’s® Prescription Diet® Metabolic Advanced Weight Solution products can help your pet get rid of his or her paunch!

Hills Can Help Your Pets Lose Weight!

Hills Science Diet Metabolic Cat Treats

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Hill’s. We are being compensated for helping spread the word about Hill’s® Prescription Diet® Metabolic Advanced Weight Solution. However, Create With Joy only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. Hill’s Pet Nutrition, Inc. is not responsible for the content of this article.

Hill’s® Prescription Diet® Metabolic Advanced Weight Solution is a new line of dry food, wet food and treats for both cats and dogs. These products work with your pet’s unique metabolic response to support healthy weight loss and maintenance by controlling hunger and helping your pets feel full and satisfied between meals.

88 Percent Success

Hill’s® tested this product in an in-home feeding study with 314 pet parents and the results were impressive:

  • 88% of pets lost weight in two months at home.
  • 80% of pet owners would recommend Metabolic Advanced Weight Solution to friends with overweight pet!

One reason this program works so well is that it not only works with your pet’s metabolism – it also fits into your lifestyle!

If you come from a household where “food is love” – if your family frequently succumbs to “beggar eyes” when your pets want a treat – if you aren’t into complicated routines that require carefully controlled portions – talk to your vet.

Hill’s® Prescription Diet® Metabolic Advanced Weight Solution may be just what you need to get your pet back into shape!

Hill’s Metabolic Advanced Weight Solution Giveaway – 10 Winners!

If your pet isn’t as slender as he should be – here’s an opportunity to get him in shape!

Giveaway Details

For your pet’s opportunity to try Hill’s® Prescription Diet® Metabolic Advanced Weight Solution for free, we’re giving away 10 Hill’s® Prescription Diet® Metabolic Advanced Weight Solution trial kits with your veterinarian’s authorization. It’s a $70 value!

You can choose between one of the following two kits:

Canine Metabolic Starter Kit

Hills Science Diet Metabolic Dog Food Giveaway

Feline Metabolic Starter Kit

Hills Science Diet Metabolic Cat Food Giveaway

How To Enter This Giveaway

To enter this giveaway, please leave a comment and tell us about your pet who can benefit from Hill’s® Prescription Diet® Metabolic Advanced Weight Solution. Be sure to include ALL of the required information below:

  • Is your pet a Dog or Cat?
  • Pet’s Age
  • Pet’s Current Weight (or best guess)
  • Your Name
  • Your E-Mail Address

Just like us, before starting a weight loss program a doctor should be consulted. Your veterinarian’s authorization is required before starting Hill’s® Prescription Diet® Metabolic Advanced Weight Solution food.

This giveaway is limited to one winner per household and is open to US residents only. Be sure to use a valid e-mail when leaving your comment so that we can contact you if you are chosen as a winner.

Additional Information

This giveaway is open through Monday, March 31, 2014. You must comply with all stated contest requirements to be eligible to win and claim your prize. The odds of winning depend on the number of eligible entries received. If your entry doesn’t comply with all conditions, another entry will be drawn.

The winners will be contacted via e-mail and have 48 hours to respond.  If a winner fails to respond within the allotted time, they will forfeit their prize and another winner will be chosen. The sponsor is solely responsible for prize fulfillment. Each winner releases Create With Joy from any and all liability associated with this product/contest.

No purchase is necessary. Void where prohibited by law. All decisions by Create With Joy and the sponsor are final. By submitting an entry, you are indicating that you have read and agree to these Official Rules.

Winners Announced

Congratulations to all who entered this giveaway! Our Winners are:

Donna, Carol, Margot, Joanne, Robin, Jerri

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19 Responses to “Is Your Pet Overweight? #HillsPet Giveaway”

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  1. A Quiet Corner
    Twitter: IamjpJP
    says:

    I’ll pass on the giveaway… and both our dogs are not overweight, according to our vet. …:)JP

  2. Donna Kozar says:

    •Is your pet a Dog or Cat? Dog
    •Pet’s Age -5
    •Pet’s Current Weight (or best guess) 91
    •Your Name Donna Kozar
    •Your E-Mail Address donna444444@yahoo.com

  3. I don’t think my kitty is too fat but this looks like a great plan for cats that are a bit bulgy. My cat is very furry so it’s hard to tell if he’s all girth or not.

    • Create With Joy
      Twitter: CreateWithJoy1
      says:

      Know what you mean Tony – with furry cats like ours you can’t rely on sight to tell if they are at their proper weights!
      That’s why those vet appointments are SO important!

  4. RedIza says:

    I pass on the giveaway, thank you, my cats are not overweight – and I’m not blinded by affection 😉
    But my mother’s cat is, poor old dear !

  5. Carolsue says:

    I have a Maine Coon cat that our vet says is moderately overweight. He’s like a dog: If there is food around, he will eat it. All of it!
    Is your pet a Dog or Cat? Cat
    Pet’s Age: about 5 or 6 years old (he was a rescue cat)
    Pet’s Current Weight (or best guess) 15-17 lbs.
    Your Name: Carol Ezovski
    Your E-Mail Address: Digicats@sbcglobal.net

    • Create With Joy
      Twitter: CreateWithJoy1
      says:

      Hi Carol,
      Thanks for entering! I know I really have to watch my cats’ weights because they are like yours – they like to eat!
      Best of luck – I hope this will help your cat to get into shape!

  6. Margot C says:

    My cat Leonardo is about 3 years old. I would guess that he weighs about 20 pounds (ok maybe more!) though he is a really big cat; like his bones and his legs are big and he’s about the size of a dog. He’s just developing a sort of fat stomach.
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    annazed10 [at] yahoo [dot] com

  7. Dog – Mickey
    6.5 years
    62 lbs
    Joanne Badura
    baduraj@hamilton.net

    Family Pet Clinic – Grand Island, Ne is my vet.

  8. Kristin says:

    My Yorkies are not overweight, although one is pushing maximum density after a long winter of missing too many walks. He should be fine when we get back to our regular routine. Great message about pet obesity.

  9. *My pets are cats
    *Cinco is 8 years old and Manna is 6 years old
    *Cinco is 17 lbs and Manna is 7 lbs
    * My name is Robin
    * My email is robinsplayfulkitties@hotmail.com

  10. Great post! It’s so important to keep your pet’s weight under control through good nutrition and exercise.

  11. Jerri says:

    Is your pet a Dog or Cat? cat
    Pet’s Age 6
    Pet’s Current Weight (or best guess) 16lb
    Your Name Jerri
    Your E-Mail Address simplysweethome@hotmail.com

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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