Is Your Pet Obese? Help Us End Pet Obesity.

Is Your Pet Obese? Help Us End Pet Obesity.

A Few Extra Pounds Can Mean Major Risk For Your Pet

Overweight pets are at risk of health issues including diabetes, arthritis, cancer and high blood pressure — as well as being too tired and run down to enjoy every day to the fullest. If you’re afraid your pet is overweight, the good news is you can start helping them today. 
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Simple Steps For Slimming Down

  • Keep Tabs On Treats - Extra treats and human food can lead to extra pounds. Just 1 oz of cheese is a whole meal's calories.
  • Get Your Move On - Turn exercise into some fun together time. Take your pet for walks or play a game of fetch.
  • Treats Don't Have To Be Food - Instead of more snacks, spoil your pet with a new toy or extra playtime, snuggles, and games.

Here Is 3 Additional Steps We Recommend:


Measure their Body Fat Index

Use this chart to find the image that best matches your pet. If their BFI is over or under 20, go to step two.

Check Your Pet's BFI


Schedule a Vet Visit

Contact our vet to schedule a checkup and weigh assessment for your pet. 

Then go to Step three.


Feed the right food

Weight Management nutrition works with your pet's metabolism to help achieve a healthy weight. 

For Dogs   For Cats

Southern Agriculture takes your pet's health serious. Our team is here to answer any questions you may have. You can visit any of our seven stores located in Tulsa, Owasso, and Broken Arrow Oklahoma. We highly suggest you schedule an appointment with our vets to discuss your pet's weight. If you are out of state you can email us any questions at