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As people are more interested in clean eating and living, pet nutrition is becoming a rapidly growing field. At Larchmont Animal Clinic, we work to stay abreast of the latest trends with nutrition in order to be able to advise our clients in regards to feeding their pets. In our clinic, we carry a variety of veterinary diets that are specially tailored to medical conditions including: obesity, liver and kidney disease, arthritis, urinary disorders, hyperthyriodism, diabetes, skin allergies and digestive disorders.
We will provide guidance regarding your pet's nutritional needs for each life stage, including dietary requirements for growth, weight maintenance and performance.
In our adjacent pet store, The Barking Lot, we carry top of the line organic and grain-free foods which gives our clients the option for many types of diets. We know that our clients want to feed their pets the best and so we carry only the best!
It may be strange to wonder how a mouse would factor on the Weight Watchers "point" system, but it may provide an interesting perspective to veterinary clients faced with changing an overweight cat's diet.
Too many calories and not enough exercise can pack a few pounds on pets—and tipping the scales puts our furry friends at a greater risk of developing health problems. Luckily, many obesity-related diseases can be delayed or prevented by keeping pets in a healthy weight range.