Companion Animal Symposia
Don't miss the opportunity to join us virtually at the 2020 Annual Meeting and Trade Show. There will be a plethora of symposia topics to choose from.
The Companion Animal Symposium: Feeding Behavior & Management will be held on Monday, July 20th.
Feeding behavior, and management of this behavior, drives successes and failures of pet foods with the consumer. Approximately 60% of cats and dogs in the US are overweight or obese; these figures are similar in other developed areas of the world. Successful management of pet feeding behavior can mitigate many disease states in pets.
Invited Speakers and Titles:
- Jill Villareal, Harris-Stowe State University – Why kennel and cattery food preference trials may not predict pet preferences in home?
- Dr. Thomas Gettys, Louisiana State University – Dietary methionine restriction: An approach to treating obesity that does not involve food restrictions
- Dr. Kadri Koppel, Kansas State University – Sensory analysis related to feeding behavior
- Dr. Aulus Cavalieri Carciofi, UNESP – Dietary Diversity
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