10 Signs Your Labrador Retriever May be Overweight
Your lab has a thick, fluffy coat that makes it difficult to see their waistline.
Your lab has a visibly rounded or bulging belly.
Your lab pants excessively or has difficulty breathing after physical activity.
Your lab seems sluggish or lacks energy.
Your lab has trouble standing up or climbing stairs.
Your lab's ribs are difficult to feel when you
your hands over their sides.
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Your lab has a tendency to get tired quickly during walks or playtime.
Your lab has a hard time maneuvering around furniture or tight spaces.
Your lab has developed a potbelly or "saggy butt."
Your lab's weight has steadily increased over time without any changes to their diet or exercise routine.
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