Weight loss camps help pets slim down

Weight loss camps are gaining favor among pet owners who want to reverse their pet's weight gain, and the Morris Animal Inn in New Jersey offers one such retreat. Activities include "doga" and "barko polo," which are designed to get animals moving. The camps are meeting a growing need among U.S. pets, whose waistlines are expanding, with 53% of dogs and 58% of cats tipping the scales, according to veterinarian Ernie Ward, founder of the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention.

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