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Diet, GI Heath, the Gut Micriobiome, and the Effects on Behavior and the Neuroendocrine System

CE Event Information

  • Description:
    How could an upset stomach exacerbate a problem behavior? Could canned dog food be contributing to a pet's behavior problem? How in the world could birth control pills influence an animal's behavior? What's the basis behind calming diets and do they really work?

    Join our panel of experts in this roundtable discussion about diet, gut health, and the effects on behavior and the neuroendocrine system. Our panelists will discuss the effects of environmental pollutants on gut health and behavior as well as the role of nutrition in managing patients with aggression and anxiety disorders.

    Running time:  57 mins

    Free registration for Premium members and Evidence Based Update subscribers http://vetvine.com/article/181/evidence-based-update-subscriptions).  Regular Member Fee: $ 24.95
  • Sponsor: VetVine Specialty Consulting Service
  • Presenter(s): Cheryl S. Rosenfeld, DVM, PhD;, E'Lise Christensen, DVM, DACVB
  • Fee (Basic Membership): $24.95


Featured Publications


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  • Tools of the Trade: Psychopharmacology and Nutrition

    Feline Behavioral Health and Welfare, 2016, Chapter 19, Pages 245-267. Authors: Theresa DePorter, Gary M. Landsberg, Debra Horwitz Member fe...  more
  • Stress—Its Effects on Health and Behavior: A Guide for Practitioners

    Veterinary Clinics of North America: Small Animal Practice, Volume 44, Issue 3, May 2014, Pages 525-541. Authors: Daniel Mills, Christos Kar...  more