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The dvm360 Five - Episode 8

January 19, 2010

The Five is live from NAVC: new nutrition guidelines from AAHA, insights to get associates up to speed fast, and more.

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UC-Davis shows vitamin E role in treating equine neurologic disease

December 1, 2009

Horses' condition makes it easier for vitamin E to do its work protecting cells from free-radical damage.

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Study says as the planet's temperature increases, so will cattle nutritional stress

November 29, 2009

Manhattan, Kan. -- How will climate change affect the nutritional resources of cattle in the future? Likely, protein availability through grazing will diminish, prompting the need to start thinking about supplemental nutrition sources now, according to a study from Kansas State University.

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84M pets are overweight, obese

October 13, 2009

This association estimates half of the dogs and cats in the United States are too heavy.

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Owners should note nutrient data on pet food

October 10, 2009

People should be vigilant on behalf of their animals, a veterinarian says.

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Exercising with pets has benefits

September 13, 2009

Owners exercising with their pets not only improves the health of both but can strengthen the human-animal bond.

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APPA survey provides data on veterinary visits, obesity

August 11, 2009

Dog visits to the veterinarian increased about 8 percent last year to an average of 2.8 annual visits, while cat visits remained unchanged at an average of 2.1 annually, according to a national survey.

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Nutro recalls dry cat food

May 21, 2009

Nutro Products Inc. is voluntarily recalling some of its dry cats foods due to incorrect levels of zinc and potassium.

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AVMA, Hill's target obesity in new broadcast

April 25, 2009

National Report -- The AVMA and Hill?s Pet Nutrition have teamed up to create a public service announcement that they hope will spur dialogue on pet obesity between veterinarians and pet owners.

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