Finally, weight loss success
in 10 weeks!

What if your pet could reach a perfect weight in just 10 weeks?

It can be a lot easier than you think. With Science Diet Perfect Weight, you can see noticeable results without complex diets, hunger or regimens.

In fact, 70% of pets reached their goal weight within 10 weeks.

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Need a lift?

A few extra pounds add a lot more struggle to your pet's day.

We’ll need a bigger canvas

Many owners don’t realize their pet is overweight. See for yourself.

The struggle is real

Watch how these hefty pets battle with their weight everyday.

10 Week Turnaround Calendar

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