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Landmark Purina Institute study: Pivotal step towards reducing cat allergens
Typical management strategies for cat-origin allergies in humans have included avoiding contact with cats or, at the very least, spending less time with them. Cat allergies can be a barrier to cat ownership and potentially lead to rehoming or relinquishment. The landmark study and science has identified a new approach to reducing cat allergens in a safe and accessible way, giving people and cats a chance to stay closer together.
On Tuesday 3 November, the veterinary profession was invited to a webinar to be informed of the feline-friendly breakthrough in the reduction of cat allergens.
Craig Ruaux - Association Professor in Veterinary Science, University of Sydney (Webinar lead and Q&A panellist)
David Thomas - Associate Professor of Companion Animal Science and Environment Director at the Centre for Feline Nutrition, Massey University (Webinar guest speaker and Q&A panellist)
Michael Zajac - Nutrition & Technical Education Manager and Purina Institute lead for Australasia (Webinar Q&A panellist)
NZVA members can access the MyCPD activity record to save it in their MyCPD record.
Once you have viewed the webinar and digested the information, could you please submit your feedback.
Nestlé Purina PetCare, New Zealand
09 337 1359