Keeping animals happy and healthy is definitely a priority for pet owners. There are many hot topics that can be encompassed in how to manage and maintain happy, healthy pets. One of the more prevalent topics is obesity. Because obesity in animals has been linked to many other health problems like cardiorespiratory disease, orthopedic disease, urinary disorders and more, addressing weight issues is paramount. Both nutritionists and veterinary nutritionists have come together to discuss the health and well-being of our pets, which includes the challenge of obesity.
Please join us July 9, 2018 at the ASAS-CSAS Annual Meeting for Companion Animals, where nutritionist provide new insight on pet nutrition.
Speakers and Titles:
2:00PM: Introduction. K.S. Swanson
2:15PM: Different protocols and technologies employed to help pets lose weight. A. Verbrugghe
2:45PM: Feeding dogs and cats with renal disease: What do we really know. L.P. Weeth
3:30PM: Effects of glucose metabolism and carbohydrate sources on cardiometabolic health in dogs and cats. L. Weber and J. Adolphe
4:00PM: Feeding the critical care patient. S. Perea
To attend, make sure you are registered! Remember to save by registering early before Thursday February 8, 2018.
Housing information can also be found online here.
If you have any questions, please contact the ASAS Business Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to seeing you in Vancouver!