Upcoming Webinar Series  Up to 4 Hours of CE See Schedule

Speakers & Topics

Sponsored By:

Becky Mullis, DVM, DACVIN
Hill’s Pet Nutrition

Dr. Mullis received her DVM from the University of Tennessee in 2010.  She then completed a small animal internship at the Regional Institute for Veterinary Emergencies and Referrals in Chattanooga, TN.  After working as an emergency veterinarian for 2 years, she returned to the University of Tennessee where she completed a residency in clinical nutrition.  She became a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Nutrition in 2016. Dr. Mullis is currently the Associate Manager of Scientific Affairs at Hill’s Pet Nutrition and the treasurer of the American Academy of Veterinary Nutrition.  She is also adjunct faculty at Kansas State University, College of Veterinary Medicine.

Webinars Schedule
Wednesday, May 6
12:00 – 1pm

Nutritional Modulation of the GI Microbiome

Dr. Mullis’s presentation covers an overview of the microbiome and strategies for modulation – prebiotics, probiotics and postbiotics.  This includes how food plays a key role in the management of GI disease and a case based discussion on developing a dietary plan for a cat with chronic diarrhea.

FREE for Members  |  $15 for Non-Members

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**Please note – a final registration email will be sent out the morning of the scheduled webinar around 10:30 am.  Please watch for this email as it will provide your last registration step.**

Wednesday, May 13
12:00 – 1pm

Nutritional Management of Allergic Skin Disease – Stella’s Story

Dr. Mullis’s presentation covers the management of both food allergies and atopic dermatitis in dogs.   The importance of a dietary history, feeding trials, and nutrients important for atopic dogs will be covered.   A case based discussion of Stella, a pruritic dog will be used to illustrate these topics.

FREE for Members | $15 for Non-Members

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**Please note – a final registration email will be sent out the morning of the scheduled webinar around 10:30 am.  Please watch for this email as it will provide your last registration step.**

Wednesday, May 20
12:00 – 1pm

Stones and FIC – How Can Nutrition Help These Cats?

Dr. Mullis’s presentation covers the most common causes of lower urinary tract signs in cats – struvite stones, calcium oxalate stones and feline idiopathic cystitis.   The evidence and research behind nutritional management of each of these conditions will be discussed.   Ingredients used to manage stress in cats will also be covered.

FREE for Members  |  $15 for Non-Members

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**Please note – a final registration email will be sent out the morning of the scheduled webinar around 10:30 am.  Please watch for this email as it will provide your last registration step.**

Wednesday, May 27
12:00 – 1pm

Busting Myths and Misconceptions – What Does Science Tell Us About Nutrition?

Dr. Mullis’s presentation covers nutritional myths regarding protein, carbohydrates and raw foods.   Included in this lecture will be a discussion on how to handle objections from clients as well as the evidence behind nutritional recommendations for protein and carbohydrates and safety concerns for raw foods.

FREE for Members  |  $15 for Non-Members

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**Please note – a final registration email will be sent out the morning of the scheduled webinar around 10:30 am.  Please watch for this email as it will provide your last registration step.**