AS AN ASPIRING VETERINARIAN, YOU KNOW THAT A PROPER DIET IS AT THE FOUNDATION OF EVERY HEALTHY, HAPPY PATIENT. BUT WITH SO MANY DIFFERENT KINDS OF PET FOODS OUT THERE, HOW DO YOU DETERMINE WHICH IS BEST?
Do dogs really need carbs? And just what is chicken byproduct? Get the answers to these questions and more with our on-demand session with Alumna Dr. Renee Streeter ‘10, Veterinary Clinical Nutritionist with R.M. Streeter Animal Nutrition Consulting! This is your opportunity to:
- Get familiarized with the different nutritional needs of cats and dogs
- Learn to decipher important information on pet food labels, from caloric density to ingredient quality
- Understand the various types of pet food claims and what they mean
- Learn about the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO) and how pet food is regulated
About Our Host: Dr. Renee Streeter
Dr. Streeter is a Veterinarian and Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Nutrition. She obtained her undergraduate degree in animal science from Cornell University and worked as a farm animal nutritionist before attending veterinary school at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. Her clinical rotations were done at Cornell University’s college of veterinary medicine, where she stayed on to do her Clinical Nutrition residency. Thereafter she worked in general practice and nutrition. Currently she helps industry clients through her position as the Clinical Nutrition Services Practice Principal at BSM Partners and helps veterinary patients as a Clinical Nutritionist, taking referrals through veterinarians.
Discover the veterinary profession like you never have before. Join Ross Vet alumni, faculty, and colleagues for on-demand webinars that can kick-start your knowledge of veterinary medicine. Explore our learning environments, veterinary specialties, procedures, and case studies before you even become a vet student!
Earning your DVM from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine offers you much more than a path to animal practice. It unlocks a much larger world of far-reaching career opportunities in veterinary medicine, from companion and exotic animal care, to research that could affect animal and human health on a global scale. From general practitioners to researchers and more, there's a world of possibilities out there to explore.
ABOUT ROSS VET
Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine is accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association Council on Education (AVMA-COE). Since its founding in 1982, RUSVM has graduated over 6,000 veterinarians, many practicing in every US state, in Canada and Puerto Rico, and abroad.