The dog can do it. About 7 pounds in the last month according to a video I saw.
No, fatosity is not the fault of gut bacteria, viruses, genetics, environment, canine culture, lack of green spaces, too much built environment, and all the other f**k you excuses.
You are fat because you eat too many Calories.
Deal with it.
On your own dime.
Obie, an obese but lovable dachshund, is inspiring people to lose weight.Better think up some new excuses, morons.
The 5-year-old pooch is nearly 70 pounds – and that’s seven pounds less than when he came to live with foster mom Nora Vanetta.
Vanetta volunteered to take him after seeing him on the Oregon Dachshund Rescue Facebook page.
“I just read the story and I said, ‘I’ll take him, how hard can it be?’” said Vanetta, a former veterinary technician turned EMT. “He can lose weight.”
Obie’s former owners were elderly and used to feed him only people food, right out of their hands.
Now, Vanetta said, he is on a high-protein, high-fiber diet. The goal is to get him down to 40 pounds, which could take up to one year.
“As soon as he loses the weight, he’ll be a happy, normal dog,” Vanetta said. “The exciting thing is how he’s inspiring people.”