Agenda

Programe-se: veja aqui 'Quando' e 'Onde' haverá palestras sobre Nutrição e Nutrição Clínica de Cães e Gatos recomendadas pelo nutrição.VET. 

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13/05/2020 - II Workshop sobre Nutrição e Nutrologia de Cães e Gatos

Sociedade Brasileira de Nutrição e Nutrologia de Cães e Gatos (SBNutriPet) do Colégio Brasileiro de Nutrição Animal (CBNA). - Sociedad Brasileña de Nutrición y Nutrición para Perros y Gatos (SBNutriPet) del Colegio Brasileño de Nutrición Animal (CBNA). - Brazilian Society of Dog and Cat Nutrition and Nutrology (SBNutriPet) of the Brazilian College of Animal Nutrition (CBNA).

Inscrição: www.cbna.com.br

Numero de vagas: 100

Dentro do evento:

24rd Congresso CBNA Pet 20120- (Colégio Brasileiro de Nutrição Animal).

23/09/2020 - 45th World Small Animal Veterinary Association Congress - WSAVA and 26 FECAVA EUROCONGRESS

Inscrição: https://wsava2020.com/

Numero de vagas: 300

Dentro do evento:

45rd World Small Animal Veterinary Association Congress - WSAVA and 26 FECAVA EUROCONGRESS

16/07/2019 - 44th World Small Animal Veterinary Association Congress and 71st Canadian Veterinary Medical Association Convention

16-19 July, 2019

Inscrição: www.wsava.2019.com

Numero de vagas: 500

Dentro do evento:

44th World Small Animal Veterinary Association Congress and 71st Canadian Veterinary Medical Association Convention.

07/06/2019 - Lisa M. Freeman, DVM, PhD, DACVN - Diet-associated DCM: Answering Owners' Questions and Making Nutritional Recommendations

11:20 AM - 12:10 PM
Friday, June 7 , 2019

Inscrição: https://www.esvcn2019.unito.it/congress

Numero de vagas: 50

Dentro do evento: American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) Forum.

Informações:

 Lisa M. Freeman, DVM, PhD, DACVN - Professor, Clinical Nutrition - Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, Tufts University - North Grafton, Massachusetts.
 
Diet-associated DCM (Part 2): Answering owners' questions and making nutritional recommendations
With the increase in the number of diet-associated dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) cases being diagnosed, clinicians are having to answer more questions about which diets are implicated, what diets should be fed, and the many pet nutrition myths (eg, allergies, grain-free, gluten-free, exotic ingredient, etc).  This talk will provide information on the most common types of diets associated with the current DCM issue, what diets to recommend, and how to combat the proliferation of misinformation about pet nutrition.
Learning Objectives:
Describe how to answer common owner questions about nutritional factors associated with diet-associated DCM.
List possible dietary changes and other steps to take if a dog with diet-associated DCM is identified.
List common pet nutrition myths related to diet-associated DCM and possible responses to owner questions.