Obesity in Pets

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Living Environment and Obesity in Pets (The Facts and Myths about Obesity in Pets)

 

Domestic animals, including pets that live outside the house or that spend a significant amount of time being outside, obesity is non-existent.

 

Obesity is non-existent in the wilderness. There is a report that people encountered a UFO, a Yeti in Himalaya, etc. but there is no report that anyone ever encountered obese animals in the wilderness.

 

(Wild bear gain plenty of weight before winter, but he isn’t overweight or obese because that is his normal weight at that time of the year.)

 

Among domestic animals that live outside the house there is no obesity.

 

Only a human is able to gain 6 times more weight than what their normal weight is. If it is possible for animals to gain 6 times more weight than what their normal weight is than in that case a man can overfeed a cow and get an “elephant sized cow”, or a man can overfeed an elephant and get a “dinosaur sized elephant”. It is obvious that this is impossible. Only a human is able to gain 6 to 7 times more weight than what his normal weight would be.

 

Another important factor is fat distribution in animals and humans. When animals gain weight, their fat is distributed identical to each other. Among humans this is different. Some humans have excessive fat mass and are formed around the abdomen, by some it is mostly around the hips and buttocks. These are just two main variations of fat distribution, but there are plenty of others. For example, with some people a significant amount of excessive weight gain is located in the lower part of the abdomen and by some it is not. By some people, significant amount of fat mass is located in the front side of the neck forming a “double chin”, and among others it isn’t. These are just a few examples and to describe all the differences in the weight distribution among humans will require many pages to be written.

 

On the other hand, fat distribution among animals can be described in one sentence. All animals have nearly an identical body shape to each other whether they are underweight, normal weight or overweight.

 

It requires a rich imagination to imagine two cows (or any other animals) whereby one cow’s excessive weight gain is located mainly in the hips and buttocks and by others, the cow’s excessive weight gain is located around the abdomen.

 

Relatively, a small number of pets that live inside the house are affected with overweightness or even obesity, and some of them even have obesity and diabetes. Still, overweightness and obesity among pets is far less common than among humans.

 

In a house without upholstered sitting furniture where the ground consists of a wooden floor without a soft carpet, there are no obese pets. Among pets like cats and dogs, obesity was unknown till recent decades.  (The softness of the sitting, walking and running surface greatly influences the biomechanics of walking and running.)

 

The widespread use of thick soft carpets on the floor affects the gait of the household pets, and combined with the widespread use of upholstered sitting furniture, it is responsible for the incidences of overweightness and obesity among pets.
 
 

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Musculoskeletal System and Body Weight


Musculoskeletal Changes & Weight Gain and Weight Loss - Page 1a

Differences in the Shape of Musculoskeletal System between Lean and Obese People – Page 1b

Adverse Musculoskeletal Changes and Weight Gain – Page 1c

The Length of the Neck and Body Weight – Page 2a

The Circumference of the Neck and Body Weight – Page 2b

The Circumference of the Head and Body Weight – Page 3

Positive Musculoskeletal Changes and Body Weight and Shape - Page 4a

Positive Musculoskeletal Changes and Weight Loss – Page 4b

 

 

 

Occupational Obesity

Occupational Obesity - Sumo Wrestler – Page 5

Occupational Obesity - Housewives, Nurses and Manual Workers – Page 6

 

 

 

The Man-Made Environment and Obesity Epidemic

The Man-Made Environment and Obesity Epidemic – Page 7A and Page 7B

The Shape of Modern Upholstered Sitting Furniture and Abdominal Weight Gain – Page 8

Living Environment and Obesity in Pets (The Facts and Myths about Obesity in Pets) – Page 9

 

 

 

Mechanisms Underlining Weight gain and Weight Loss

Ancient Weight Loss Surgery (Long Neck Women) – Page 10, Page 11, Page 12, Page 13 and Page 14

The Underlining Mechanism of Weight Loss Induced by Bariatric Surgery (Weight Loss Surgery) – Page 15

 

 

 

The Biological Basis of Weight Gain and Weight Loss

Food, Water, Air, Gravity, Physical Activity and Weight Gain/Weight Loss – Page 16

The Biological Basis and the Mechanism Underlining Excess-Saggy Skin (Saggy Flesh) – Page 17

The Biological Basis and the Mechanisms Underlining Weight Loss Induced by Anorexia or Running a Marathon – Page 18

 

 

 

 

Pseudoscience of Weight Gain and Weight Loss

Misconception about Counting Calories and Weight Management – Page 19

Misconception about Energy Balance and Weight Gain-Weight Loss – Page 20

 

 


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