Large Breed Puppy Nutrition - Fact or Fiction

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11:59 PM

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Join ROYAL CANIN for a FREE webinar around large breed puppy nutrition to understand the importance of prioritising appropriate feeding during the developmental stage, as well as answers to the common questions from your clients to best support the conversation of nutrition during your puppy consultations.

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Questions around puppy nutrition are common, and how and what to feed. This includes common challenges by breeders around the levels of protein, calcium, phosphorous etc in commercial pet foods, as well as raw feeding. Providing accurate and up-to-date information on the topic will arm veterinarians to handle these challenging conversations.

Date and Time:

This webinar will be hosted live at 9pm on the 6th July, and the on-demand for the following week allowing you to view the recording, ask questions and download your CPD certificate.

Speaker:

Dr. Becca Leung - BSc, BVSc, PhD Candidate, ACVN Credentialed Candidate

Dr. Becca Leung was born in Hong Kong, and raised in the United States of America. She received her bachelor’s degree in Animal Science from the University of Florida, and then decided to travel across the world to Massey University in New Zealand to complete her veterinary degree. Becca always had an interest in nutrition and so after completing veterinary degree, she stayed on at Massey University to complete a combined PhD and ACVN nutrition residency program with Dr. Nick Cave. She has since completed her residency and is sitting her boards this year. Becca joined Royal Canin two years ago in the role of R&D research manager for the territory of Ageing

CPD points:

This event has been accredited by the NZVA for 1 CVE point.

Need any more help?

You can contact us at webinars.au@royalcanin.com if you have any trouble accessing this event

You can also view all of our other webinars (past and present) via the Royal Canin Vet Portal