Manual of Veterinary Dietetics by Tony Buffington, Cheryl Holloway, Sarah Abood

By Tony Buffington, Cheryl Holloway, Sarah Abood

Guide of Veterinary Dietetics is a complete advisor to vitamin and feeding options for either fit and ill pets. ideas are in keeping with genuine actual and dietary review of sufferers and are designed to fulfill the needs of involved vendors and the sensible realities of the house atmosphere. dietary administration strategies tackle the actual overall healthiness wishes of sufferers, giving attention to such matters as lifestyles phases, nutrition recognition, clinical reaction, and long term profit. the final word aim is to advertise and maintain the dietary wellbeing and fitness of pets in a way that actively includes the landlord and complements the standard of the human-pet dating.

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This statement is intended to help guide consumer purchase, although dogs can eat cat food, and many high-protein, high-fat dog foods probably are relatively safe for cats. In addition, dogs with decreased appetites may be fed diets labeled for cats to improve nutrient intake. , dinner, platter). Table 4-1 shows the AAFCO labeling rules. The net weight is the amount of food in the container, often indicated on the label in pounds and in grams. As mentioned previously the label may give a rough estimate of the energy density of canned foods, many of which contain approximately 1 kcal/g as fed.

Human nutritionists recommend supplements infrequently, but cat foods should be regarded as already “supplemented” with a significant surplus of most nutrients. To add more to such diets does not make sense nutritionally or economically. The excess of nutrients in high-quality commercial diets does, however, allow for provision of treats if the owner desires to give them. As long as treats constitute less than 20% of the daily energy intake of the cat they do not create a significant problem. Another option is for part of the regular dry diet to be set aside for use as treats.

At approximately 3 weeks of age the kittens are old enough to start eating food on their own. The food they will be fed after weaning is moistened into a soft gruel, and a small amount is put into a shallow pan. The kittens are placed into the pan so they get the food on their paws and are introduced to it as they groom themselves. Kittens can be weaned at 6 to 8 weeks of age. They are weaned in 24 hours. The queen is taken away from the kittens the morning before weaning. The queen is deprived of food, and the kittens are fed the gruel they normally receive.

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