Nutritional Management of Atopy and Food Allergy in Dogs and Cats This lecture will help
Nutritional Management of Atopy and Food Allergy in Dogs and Cats
This lecture will help attendees identify the most common causes of allergic dermatitis and learn how to nutritionally manage food allergic dermatitis as well as atopic dermatitis. This lecture will also address how to conduct a diet elimination trial and which diet options are available for this type of diagnostic trial, as well as an overview of studies on hydrolyzed diets, and a new nutritional approach to food allergy in dogs.. There will also be a discussion on some functional nutrients to help with managing atopic dermatitis in dogs.
Approved for 1hr California Statutorily Approved CE
|Speaker: Shelly Adrian, DVM|
Dr Shelly Adrian received her DVM from Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2007. She went on to a rigorous one-year private practice internship, mainly focused on Emergency Medicine, at the Pet Emergency & Specialty Center in San Diego, CA. She remained with that clinic for an additional 2 years as an emergency veterinarian. In 2010, she entered general practice in San Diego, and continues to practice in coastal San Diego. Shelly’s areas of interest include nutrition, internal medicine, and emergency medicine. In 2015, Shelly joined Nestle Purina Pet Care as a Veterinary Communications Manager, and was named a Senior Veterinary Communications Manager in 2019. Her current responsibilities include supporting several veterinary schools as well as providing education on behalf of the veterinary sales team.
Shelly resides with her physicist husband in San Diego and has 3 dogs: a 97-pound “houndbeast” named Doc, a 77-pound “greyhound-lookin’ thing” named Nutmeg, and a young “Monkey” golden retriever mix, who she found on Petfinder.com.
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