Vet Education Webinars
Best Practices for Feeding Aged Dogs and Cats
Free Webinar brought to you by Hill’s Pet Nutrition, Canada
Dr. Sarah Abood (Alison)
Who is it for?
November 12, 2019
November 12, 2019
In what ways should we be thinking about diet modifications for older/aging pets? In order to clearly appreciate what our senior or geriatric patients need nutritionally, we must be skilled in conducting a thorough nutritional assessment. This webinar will review key components of a nutritional assessment–one of the most important tools in your tool kit! We’ll also review the nutritional differences between products marketed for ‘senior’ pets and other viable options.
When is it?
USA and Canada
Date: Tuesday, 12 November 2019
Time: 20:00 EST
Australia and New Zealand
Date: Wednesday, 13 November 2019
Time: 12:00 AEDT [Sydney] | 14:00 NZDT [Auckland]
All Countries are Invited to Join this Webinar! To check the time in your zone/country, please click here.
Note: This webinar is being recorded. If you are unable to attend the live lecture, a link to the recording will be shared with you a few days following the lecture.
Sarah Abood (Alison)
Following undergraduate and veterinary training at Michigan State University, I completed a one-year internship in large animal medicine and surgery at the University of Minnesota. Then, under the guidance of Dr. Tony Buffington at The Ohio State University, I completed a clinical nutrition residency and PhD. From 1994 to 1999, I was a nutrition scientist in Research and Development at the Ralston Purina Company. In 2000, I returned to academia for a 16-year stint at Michigan State University where I served as Assistant Dean for Student Programs and the small animal clinical nutritionist. My entrepreneurial streak includes starting a private consulting business in 2009 and collaborating with Dr. Rebecca Remillard in 2017 to start Pet Recipe Designers. I happily joined the Ontario Veterinary College’s Clinical Studies Department in June 2018 where my focus is providing nutrition consultations for in-hospital patients, teaching nutrition to veterinary students, and collaborating on nutrition projects with faculty and graduate students. Research interests include nutrition support of hospitalized patients, obesity prevention and management, communication skill-building, client adherence, alternative diets, veterinary ethics and welfare issues, and business skills and professional development.