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Introduction Pets are affected by numerous nutrition-sensitive conditions (eg, developmental orthopedic disease, diabetes mellitus, food allergy dermatitis, chronic enteropathies, kidney disease, and obesity), which negatively influence

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changes in canine MMVD that may respond to nutritional modifications. 11 , 12 The objective of this article is to review the evidence regarding key nutrients associated with metabolic or functional changes in cardiac health across multiple species, as

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Introduction Nutrition is considered the fifth vital assessment along with temperature, pulse, respiration, and pain, as established by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) and World Small Animal Veterinary Association. As one of

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gastrointestinal or other systemic disease. 5 Since an underlying etiology is rarely identified, management of dogs with this syndrome is typically empirical. 3 , 6 , 7 Recommended options for empirical management of IAD include nutritional modification

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Introduction Nutrition is an essential part of veterinary patient care and a fundamental component to maintaining patient well-being, preventing disease, and improving clinical outcomes of healthy and sick small animals. 1 In addition to the

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nutritional product recommendations and sales, compared with the current practices of board-certified veterinarians. To accomplish these objectives, referring veterinarians in private practice, board-certified veterinarians and veterinarians in residency

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nutritional requirements for mature, idle horses. 21 Experimental procedures A randomized, crossover design was used to compare the basal diet (control diet) and the basal diet supplemented daily with 150 g of a DHA-rich microalgae meal, b which

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nutritional interventions may potentially influence expression of FIC and its sequelae by decreasing urine concentrations of proinflammatory mediators and crystallogenic minerals, increasing urine concentrations of anti-inflammatory or proresolving lipid

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a proprietary algorithmic calculation of energy expenditure from the manufacturer based on the pet’s phenotype. This is in contrast to an oDER, which is the actual nutritional caloric intake recorded while maintaining body weight. Historically

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