[music] Hi guys, I want to do a really quick video about giving treats to dogs and in particular human treats, things like Digestive biscuits, buttered toast and stuff like that. Now I think you probably know our feeling on it that you can feed your dog how you want to feed your dog, but we get a huge amount of people in here who say they’ve got a dog that’s overweight or very often they’ve got a friend of a friend or a relative who’s got an overweight dog and they can’t seem to help it lose weight. Now giving treats to your dog can often be what is causing it, specifically if they’re human treats. So, just to give you a bit of information things like Digestive biscuits can be for a small dog, can be up to twenty percent of their daily intake. Things like buttered toast can be fourty percent of their daily intake of calories and hotdogs, which suprised me but I’ve Googled it and looked on Facebook groups and all that sort of stuff, I clearly can’t say Google, and that can be up to eighty percent of the daily intake for a dog, for a small dog in particular. Obviously the bigger dogs it’s not going to be as higher percentage but that’s still quite a lot. So if you’re struggling to help a dog lose weight or you’ve got a friend of a friend or a relative that is struggling to get weight off their dog and they’re giving five Digestive biscuits a day, that could be it. Now you can treat your dog how you want to treat your dog but we see it as our place to give you the information so you can make an informed decision so, if you’re giving five Digestives maybe could reduce it to two or one. If you’re giving hotdogs I’m not sure why because it’s got the word dog in it and it just sounds weird to me. But buttered toast, a really really common one. So, yeah just bear it in mind. If you have to do it just maybe reduce it but yeah, that could be some of the weight problems.