Weight Loss Pug

Meet Gibbs, the once-podgy pug who has been given a new lease of life – after losing almost a quarter of his body weight. He was once so fat that he would collapse on the short school run in Cheltenham, and owner Claire Scofield had to carry him around in a specially-adapted bike basket. At his heaviest Gibbs weighed a whopping 14kg, and was 6kg overweight. Now, thanks to a special diet of high-fibre food, increased exercise and regular sessions at a pet obesity clinic has helped

Meet Gibbs, the once-podgy pug who has been given a new lease of life - after losing almost a quarter of his body weight. He was once so fat that he would collapse on the short school run in Cheltenham, and owner Claire Scofield had to carry him around in a specially-adapted bike basket. At his heaviest Gibbs weighed a whopping 14kg, and was 6kg overweight. Now, thanks to a special diet of high-fibre food, increased exercise and regular sessions at a pet obesity clinic has helped

Meet Gibbs, the once-podgy pug who has been given a new lease of life - after losing almost a quarter of his body weight. He was once so fat that he would collapse on the short school run in Cheltenham, and owner Claire Scofield had to carry him around in a specially-adapted bike basket. At his heaviest Gibbs weighed a whopping 14kg, and was 6kg overweight. Now, thanks to a special diet of high-fibre food, increased exercise and regular sessions at a pet obesity clinic has helped

Meet Gibbs, the once-podgy pug who has been given a new lease of life - after losing almost a quarter of his body weight. He was once so fat that he would collapse on the short school run in Cheltenham, and owner Claire Scofield had to carry him around in a specially-adapted bike basket. At his heaviest Gibbs weighed a whopping 14kg, and was 6kg overweight. Now, thanks to a special diet of high-fibre food, increased exercise and regular sessions at a pet obesity clinic has helped

Meet Gibbs, the once-podgy pug who has been given a new lease of life - after losing almost a quarter of his body weight. He was once so fat that he would collapse on the short school run in Cheltenham, and owner Claire Scofield had to carry him around in a specially-adapted bike basket. At his heaviest Gibbs weighed a whopping 14kg, and was 6kg overweight. Now, thanks to a special diet of high-fibre food, increased exercise and regular sessions at a pet obesity clinic has helped