Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Make a New Year's Resolution To Help Your Pet Lose Weight With Alison Sweeny-- Chance to Win $1,000,000

Alison Sweeney and the millions of owners that struggle to help their pets shed pounds now have a simple and effective solution.  Introducing the Hill’s® Science Diet® Weight Loss System – the first pre-packaged meal and biscuit plan that eliminates the guess work of feeding the right portions to help dogs lose weight in just 30 days.  

 “Making sure that my family leads a healthy and active lifestyle is very important so I was really upset to find out that my dog Winky was overweight,” said Alison Sweeney.  “But helping Winky lose weight was so easy with the Hill’s® Science Diet® Weight Loss System.  After just one month I could see a difference in Winky and she was even outlasting the entire family on long walks around the neighborhood.” 

Winky is back on track to being a healthy, active dog but there are still an estimated 51.5% of dogs and cats in the United States that are either overweight or obese[1].  That’s why Alison Sweeney is asking America to make a New Year’s resolution to help pets lose weight and take the 2011 Hill’s PetFit™ Challenge.

To enter, owners should schedule a weight consultation with their veterinarian and inquire about a Hill’s® Science Diet® weight management food that is right for their pet’s needs.  Then visit www.petfit.com from January 1 through March 31 and share their success story for a chance to win a trip to New York City to meet Alison Sweeney or take home up to $1,000,000.  

In addition, www.petfit.com offers pet owners access to the Hill’s Weight Management Center for free cat and dog weight loss tools that include:

·         Interactive body conditioning scoring that shows the proper body shape of a cat or dog
·         Weight and treat comparisons that translate pet weight gain and feeding into human terms
·         Calorie Burn chart that highlights the caloric burn of various activities
·         Digital Weight Loss diary to track a pet’s progress
·         Pet weight loss success videos – including Alison Sweeney and Winky – for inspiration
·         Exclusive coupons for Hill’s® Science Diet® weight management products   

About Hill’s Pet Nutrition
Hill’s Pet Nutrition Inc. manufactures Hill’s® Prescription Diet® brand pet foods, therapeutic pet foods available only through veterinarians, and Hill’s® Science Diet® brand pet foods sold through veterinarians and finer pet specialty stores. Founded more than 60 years ago with a unique commitment to pet nutrition and well-being, Hill’s is committed to its mission to help enrich and lengthen the special relationships between people and their pets. Hill’s produces high-quality, great-tasting pet foods owners can trust and give to their canine and feline companions as part of a veterinary health care team recommendation. This ultimately improves patient health and the health of the practice. For more information about Hill’s Pet Nutrition Inc., and Hill’s Evidence-Based Clinical Nutrition™ visit HillsPet.com.

About Alison Sweeney
Alison Sweeney is busy juggling two jobs - host for NBC’s hit reality series “The Biggest Loser” and the award-winning Sami Brady on NBC’s hit daytime drama “Days of our Lives” - with her roles as a producer, author, wife and mother. Her latest book, The Mommy Diet, reveals the “diet” of nutrition, fitness and self-care that women can follow to look and feel fantastic – before and during pregnancy and after giving birth. Sweeney also is on the Entertainment Council of Feeding America and is an Ambassador for Stand Up To Cancer.  She resides in Los Angeles, California with her husband Dave and their two children Ben (5) and Megan (almost 2).

[1] Association for Pet Obesity Prevention - 2009 Pet Obesity Study

Pets Nationwide Need to Shed Pounds
·         In the United States there are a total of 77.5 million dogs and 93.6 million cats[1]
·         An Estimated 51.5% of Dogs and Cats in the United States are either overweight or obese[2]  
o    An Estimated 45% of US dogs are overweight or obese = 35 million dogs
o    An Estimated 58% of US cats are overweight or obese = 54 million cats

How Do Extra Pounds Stack Up for Pets?
·         Five extra pounds on a medium size dog like a Beagle is the equivalent of nearly 20 pounds on an average woman
·         Two extra pounds on a small size dog like a Chihuahua is the equivalent of nearly 60 pounds on an average woman
·         Five extra pounds on a medium size cat like an American Shorthair is the equivalent of nearly 37 pounds on an average woman
·         Two extra pounds on a small size cat like a Siamese is the equivalent of nearly 25 pounds on an average woman

Treat Translator
·         If you feed a 20lb dog one ounce of cheddar cheese it’s the equivalent of a 5’4” woman eating one and a half hamburgers or one chocolate bar
·         If you feed a 10lb cat one cup of milk it’s the equivalent of a 5’4” woman eating four and a half hamburgers or five chocolate bars

[1] American Pet Products Manufacturers Association - 2009 US Pet Population
[2] 2009 Association for Pet Obesity Prevention -  Pet Obesity Study.
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