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Tips and tools for effective nutrition conversations with case scenario examples. 



  • Dr. Julie Churchill

    When to Start Having Nutrition Conversations

    Every client visit is an opportunity to discuss the importance of good pet nutrition.

    1 min to 5 min

  • Dr. Julie Churchill

    Milestones That Should Spark a Nutrition Conversation

    Throughout a pet’s life, there are multiple events that should trigger a nutrition conversation.

    1 min to 5 min

  • Dr. Julie Churchill

    Why the Veterinary Team Is the Best Source for Nutrition Information

    Encouraging clients to turn to the veterinary team for their pet’s specific nutrition needs.

    1 min to 5 min

  • Dr. Julie Churchill

    Using Open-Ended Questions to Elicit Accurate Nutrition Information

    Getting accurate information is the first step toward creating a solid nutrition plan.

    1 min to 5 min

  • Abyssinian cat

    SPARKS, a Cat With Suspected Adverse Food Reaction

    Get to know Sparks, a young, adult cat with pruritus.

  • Domestic Shorthair cat

    GENERAL, a Senior Cat

    Get to know General, an indoor-outdoor senior cat.

  • an overweight adult domestic shorthair cat

    JEMMA, an Overweight Cat

    Meet Jemma, an overweight, indoor-only, adult cat.

  • Orange indoor domestic shorthair cat

    SOPHIE, an Indoor Cat

    Say hello to Sophie, an indoor-only adult cat.

  • Dr. Julie Churchill

    Engaging Clients Regarding Pet Obesity

    Discussing this sensitive topic starts with the health and wellbeing of the pet in mind.

    1 min to 5 min