fbpx
  • NAVC Brands
https://todaysveterinarypractice.com/table-of-contents-september-october-2021/

Nutrition

Nutritional Management of Chronic Enteropathies in Dogs

Valerie J. Parker, DVM, Diplomate ACVIM & ACVN Ohio State University The American College of Veterinary Nutrition (acvn.org) and Today’s Veterinary Practice are delighted to bring you the Nutrition Notes column, which provides the highest quality, cutting edge information on companion animal nutrition, provided by the ACVN’s foremost nutrition specialists. The primary objectives of the …

Canine Performance & Rehabilitative Nutrition, Part 2: Canine Rehabilitative Nutrition

Justin Shmalberg, DVM, Diplomate ACVN, University of Florida   The American College of Veterinary Nutrition (acvn.org) and Today’s Veterinary Practice are delighted to bring you the Nutrition Notes column, which provides the highest quality, cutting edge information on companion animal nutrition, provided by the ACVN’s foremost nutrition specialists. The primary objectives of the ACVN are …

Canine Performance Nutrition

Justin Shmalberg, DVM, Diplomate ACVN Dogs frequently engage in performance-based competitive and recreational activities, ranging from flyball to sled pulling to agility, and nutrition is increasingly used to maximize an animal’s potential and stamina. Each canine activity has unique requirements for performance, which influence the caloric requirements and metabolism of individual animals. Modification of feeding …

Step by Step: Feeding the Pet with Cancer

Korinn E. Saker, MS, DVM, PhD, Diplomate ACVN North Carolina State University ~Read Practical Approaches to Feeding the Cancer Patient for further information on feeding dogs and cats with cancer. Visit tvpjournal.com/resources.asp#resources for the table, Feeding Guidelines Based on Nutritional Status for Dogs & Cats with Cancer, which provides detailed information on: Clinical assessment (Step …

Practical Approaches to Feeding the Cancer Patient

When nutritional support is overlooked in pets with cancer, malnutrition can develop and jeopardize patient health. Learn how tumors impact nutrition and how to develop and implement an optimal nutrition support plan for each patient.

Korinn E. Saker, MS, DVM, PhD, DACVN The American College of Veterinary Nutrition (acvn.org) and Today’s Veterinary Practice (todaysveterinarypractice.com) are delighted to bring you the Nutrition Notes column, which provides the highest quality, cutting-edge information on companion animal nutrition, provided by the ACVN’s foremost nutrition specialists.The primary objectives of the ACVN are to: Advance the …

Surveying Supplements: Current Trends, Research, & Recommendations

Justin Shmalberg, DVM, Diplomate ACVN, University of Florida More and more pet owners are asking veterinarians for advice on dietary supplements for their pets. The author provides guidance on the use of vitamins and minerals, fatty and amino acids, and herbal supplements. The American College of Veterinary Nutrition (acvn.org) designates specialists in veterinary nutrition, provides …

Nutritional Management of Renal Disease: An Evidence-Based Approach

Sherry Lynn Sanderson, DVM, PhD, Diplomate ACVIM & ACVN University of Georgia Successful treatment of chronic kindney disease involves a multi-modal approach to identify and eliminate exacerbating factors together with implementation of veterinary therapeutic renal diets and medical management. Today’s Veterinary Practice is delighted to announce that the American College of Veterinary Nutrition (acvn.org) has …

A Weighty Matter: Effectively Communicating with Clients about Pet Obesity

This article presents the key concepts to a successful conversation with clients about their overweight pets, and how to implement a weight loss plan.

  The blood and urine analyses recently ordered on a patient show azotemia in the face of low urine specific gravity. Most veterinarians feel quite at ease discussing renal disease with an owner and outlining a plan for follow-up care. When it comes to overweight pets, however, many veterinarians do not feel as comfortable discussing …

[2
[2
2]
2]
MENU