One of America’s most common New Year’s resolutions is to lose weight and statistics show that pet owners should share that goal with their cats and dogs.

Data from Nationwide, the nation’s first and largest provider of pet health insurance, reveals that pet obesity is on the rise for the sixth straight year. Nationwide members filed 1.3 million pet insurance claims for conditions and diseases related to pet obesity, equaling more than $60 million in veterinary expenses in 2015. The boost in total obesity-related claims signifies a 23% growth over the last three years.

Similar to their human counterparts, excessive body fat increases the risk of preventable health issues and may shorten the life expectancy of cats and dogs. Nationwide recently sorted through its database of more than 585,000 insured pets to determine the top 10 dog and cat obesity-related conditions.

Most Common Dog Obesity-Related Conditions

1. Arthritis

2. Bladder/urinary tract disease

3. Low thyroid hormone production

4. Liver disease

5. Torn knee ligaments

6. Diabetes

7. Diseased disc on the spine

8. Chronic kidney disease

9. Heart failure

10. Fatty growth

Most Common Cat Obesity-Related Conditions

1. Bladder/urinary tract disease

2. Chronic kidney disease

3. Diabetes

4. Asthma

5. Liver disease

6. Arthritis

7. High blood pressure

8. Heart failure

9. Gall bladder disorder

10. Immobility of spine

Pets’ health can be easily regulated by avoiding feeding table scraps, keeping a consistent diet and monitoring food intake, feeding less or healthier treats, and establishing a healthy and fun exercise schedule