Tuesday, August 16 / 12-1:00P

Chronic Enteropathies – How Diet and the Intestinal Microbiome can be Changed to Your Patient’s Advantage

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Speaker: Gary Oswald, DVM, MS, DACVIM

This lecture will review the most common causes of chronic intestinal disorders in cats and dogs and focus on therapeutic diet trials and manipulation of the intestinal microbiome as effective treatments that are to be considered prior to intestinal biopsy collection.

Objectives:

  • The attendee will learn which conditions most frequently associated with chronic enteropathies.
  • The attendee will learn how to utilize therapeutic diet trials, including adjusting dietary fat and protein content, use of hydrolyzed and limited ingredient diets, in cats and dogs with chronic enteropathy.
  • The attendee will learn how to utilize prebiotic and probiotic supplements in cats and dogs with chronic enteropathy.
  • The attendee will learn how to utilize antibiotic therapy in cats and dogs with chronic enteropathy.

Dr. Gary P. Oswald is a native of Cleveland, Ohio and a graduate of The Ohio State University (BS 1983, DVM 1987) and Colorado State University (MS 1991). He is a veterinary small animal Internal Medicine specialist and a diplomate of The American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine. Dr. Oswald was a founding member of Tampa Bay Veterinary Specialists and Emergency Care Center in Clearwater Florida and was a practicing medical internist and Chief of Staff from 1993-2020. He is currently the CEO of Tampa Bay Veterinary Medical Consultants. Dr. Oswald is a frequent speaker at veterinary continuing education meetings throughout the United States and abroad. He currently splits his free time between Clearwater Beach Florida, Marathon Florida and Sedalia, Colorado.

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