Useful information about the needs of cats and dogs with nutritionally sensitive health conditions.
Brain & Cognitive Disorders
Multimodal strategies that include targeted nutrition may help manage signs and slow progression of cognitive dysfunction syndrome in dogs.
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Feeding a diet containing medium chain triglycerides may be a useful adjunct to anticonvulsant medications in dogs with refractory idiopathic epilepsy.
Learn about the history, uses, and benefits of amino acid-based enteral diets.
Diet plays an important role in the diagnosis and management of cats with food-responsive enteropathy.
Diet modification can play either a central or an adjunct role in a multimodal approach to managing cats with chronic enteropathy.
Restricting dietary fat is a critical nutritional modification in the management of dogs with lymphangiectasia.
Diet plays an important role in the management of dogs with protein-losing enteropathy.
Addition of dietary fiber is key to managing dogs with fiber-responsive colitis and chronic idiopathic large bowel diarrhea.
Abnormal Body Condition
Obesity has many adverse impacts on pet health. Dietary therapy is a cornerstone of weight management in dogs and cats.