How often do you give your dog “just a little piece” of what you are eating for dinner or a snack? It’s a tiny piece, so what’s the harm, right? As it turns out, that little bite of people food can turn into many bites of people food over time, thus causing weight gain and an unhealthy pet in the long run. In the past we posted a Food for Thought article outlining the caloric differences from pets to humans in certain foods. Today we are providing you with an info-graphic with even more detailed content on just how the calories in these “little bites” add up and affect your dog’s health. If your dog is overweight, the first step just might be to quit providing them those “little bites” and see the difference. Check out the graphical information below and let us know what you think in the comments or visit us over on our Pet Research Facebook page.