The Beagle Kale Chips UPDATE:
The once-obese 85lb Beagle who could hardly walk, is getting ready for adoption after losing 23 POUNDS
- Kale Chips was so obese he could barely walk 10ft on his own (Read about it here)
- He was taken in by a Chicago rescue organization ‘One Tail at a Time’ back in January and had to be transported using a wagon
- The happy Beagle now walks half mile per day and loves backing in the sun
- His great personality is also shining through since dramatically losing his weight
- He slimmed down thanks to swimming exercises and low-calorie diet
You may remember Kale Chips from a while back — an obese Beagle in Chicago starting on the road to a better life. He was so heavy that his rescuers at One Tail at a Time Dog Rescue had to wheel him into the hospital in a wagon. He was so heavy he couldn’t even walk.
While it hasn’t been easy, Kale Chips is now halfway through his journey to recovery, and it’s incredible to see what an improvement he’s already made!
Kale Chips, the once-obese 85lb Beagle who could barely walk, is now ready for adoption after losing 23 POUNDS
Kale Chips was once so obese he could barely walk 10ft on his own
Once unable to walk more than 10ft, Kale Chips can now do a half mile per day thanks to a high quality, high protein, low-calorie diet of dog food. He now also loves sitting in the sunshine and watching squirrels
Kale Chips slimmed down thanks to the help of swimming exercises and a caring foster home with the Happy Dog Barkery , a bakery for pups in Downers Grove, Illinois
Kale Chips the Beagle was once so obese, clocking in at 85lb, that he had to be wheeled in with a wagon when he was surrendered to animal rescue volunteers in January. (Read about it here
But fast-forward four months later and the happy dog has lost 23lb after being taken in by One Tail at a Time, and is now ready to be put up for adoption and find a forever home.
Once unable to walk more than 10ft, Kale Chips can now walk a half mile per day thanks to an exercise regimen and a high quality, high protein, low-calorie diet of dog food.