Max's weight loss challenge
I'm losing weight for PDSA because I'm taking part in PDSA's Pet Fit Club
$15.13 raised of $378.23 target
$15.13 raised so far
How to make a donation
Donate online at - www.justgiving.com/PDSA-Pet-Fit-Club-Max
By mobile internet Scan this code on your smartphone to go straight to PDSA Pet Fit Club's page.
By text message to donate £10 Text YGPH88 £10
Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page. You can sponsor Max on his weight loss journey here. All donations will help PDSA treat the thousands of sick and injured pets our vets and nurses see each day.
Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.
You can sponsor Max on his weight loss journey here. All donations will help PDSA treat the thousands of sick and injured pets our vets and nurses see each day.
Max is a late entrant to Pet Fit Club but is more than a suitable candidate! The two-year-old portly labrador used to enjoy scoffing pigs’ ears but all that is about to change. His owners have cut out the treats and are now ensuring he sticks closely to a strict diet set out by vets and nurses at Kirkdale PDSA PetAid hospital, who are overseeing a specially tailored weight loss programme for the obese family pet.
Max was spoiled by his owners who spoiled him by dishing out regular treats and extra portions. He piled on the pounds and this got gradually worse after he was neutered. His owner Joanne, said: “In the past we’ve probably been guilty of giving Max too many treats but we’ve cut all that out now we’ve realised what harm it’s doing him.”
Current weight: 53.8kg
% overweight: 58%
Ideal weight: 34kg
Max has been known to sulk for days if he doesn’t get his favorite treat
Sean Wensley, PDSA Senior Veterinary Surgeon, said: “Excess pounds can contribute to a number of serious health conditions and, sadly, it does reduce life expectancy. But the good news is that it’s never too late to make positive changes to a pet’s diet and lifestyle.”
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PDSA is the UK's leading veterinary charity providing care for more than 350,000 pet patients. This year PDSA will provide more than 2.2 million free treatments to sick and injured pets and more than 360,000 preventive treatments.
Good Luck Max, you can do it !!!
Donation by Christine Bradley on 23/05/12
+ £2.50 Gift Aid
- * Online donations$15.13
- Offline donations$0.00
- Text donations$0.00
- Total raised$15.13
- Gift Aid$3.78
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