A. Start by putting her onto a diet food. If she is only slightly overweight you can try the light variety of the current food or cut the current food by 20%. Don't reduce it by more thathanks 20% as she will not be getting all the nutrients that she needs. If she is more overweight then you need a specific diet such as hills rd or royal canin obesity diet
Also you need to increase exercise start by adding in an extra walk or an extra ball chasing game every day.
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