Poor diets have put more than 18 million pets in the UK at risk of early death, a report has found.
Veterinary charity PDSA has found that dogs, cats and rabbit are fed "potentially life-threatening" meals, including takeaways, crisps and cakes.
The "deadly diets" have left many animals unable to walk, play or even clean themselves, at risk of arthritis, diabetes and heart disease.
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