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Five Ways Being Overweight Can Harm Your Dog’s Health

Wednesday, October 18th, 2017

Though dogs may not have to be worried about being made fun of by other dogs at the dog park, being overweight has been linked with many conditions that can affect a dog’s health including…

Copper-Associated Liver Disease in Dogs

Monday, October 2nd, 2017

The accumulation of too much copper in the liver is a common cause of liver disease in some breeds of dog. Both medications and diet are used to manage this condition in dogs.

Five Ways Being Overweight Can Harm Your Cat’s Health

Thursday, September 21st, 2017

With up to 63% of cats currently overweight, we now know about the problems that cats face when they are too heavy. If your cat is overweight, your cat is at risk for these common problems.

The Problem with Pumpkin

Friday, September 1st, 2017

Pumpkin is frequently recommended as a fiber supplement for pets but is it as good as it is often claimed to be?

Feeding pets with cancer

Wednesday, August 16th, 2017

Many pet owners change their pets diets after a diagnosis of cancer. But which changes are likely to be effective versus which ones may cause more harm than good?

Comparing nutrient levels between two pet foods

Monday, August 7th, 2017

Frustrated by trying to compare nutrients between different foods? Try our convenient calculator so you can more accurately compare the amount of a nutrient in canned and dry pet foods and treats.

Speaking Engagements & Media appearances – Jan-July 2017

Friday, August 4th, 2017

All three of us frequently speak at continuing education conferences for other veterinarians, present our research at scientific meetings, and give interviews to the media. Here are some of our more recent speaking engagements and media appearances.

You Are What You Eat – Providing a Good Diet History

Tuesday, August 1st, 2017

It’s important to be able to provide your veterinary care team with detailed information about what you feed your pet so that they can make the best recommendations for your pet. Here are the things that are important, and not important, to include in a thorough diet history for your pet.