Tue, 08 Aug|
What Research Says...Plant Based Diets for Dogs and Cats
Professor and Veterinarian Andrew Knights has been researching plant based diets for companion animals for over a decade! In this conversation we discuss the findings of his research. So bring you questions on and learn what science has to say!
Time & Location
08 Aug, 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm IST
About the event
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Andrew Knight BSc (Vet Biol), BVMS, CertAW, MANZCVS, DipECAWBM (AWSEL), DipACAW, PhD, FRCVS, PFHEA
Andrew Knight is Professor of Animal Welfare and Ethics, and Founding Director of the University of Winchester Centre for Animal Welfare, and Adjunct Professor in the School of Environment and Science at Griffith University, Queensland. An experienced cat and dog veterinarian, he’s also a UK, European and American Veterinary Specialist in animal welfare. He has around 150 academic and 80 popular publications, and an extensive series of social media videos and several websites (including ww.sustainablepetfood.info), on vegan companion animal diets, climate change and the livestock sector, invasive animal research, educational animal use, humane clinical and surgical skills training, and other animal welfare issues. He has received over 20 awards and research grants for this work.
ABOUT THE EVENT:
In this webinar, we discuss the research that has been conducted on plant based diets for dogs and cats, what was involved, the parameters used to evalute, the findings and conclude if a plant based diet is safe for dogs and cats. We will also have a Q&A session, so if you have those questions where you need to a sciencentific answer, join us and find out more...
Who CAN ATTEND:
This webinar is open to all who are interested in learning more about the science behind plant power for animals. It ideal for pet parents, Veterinarians and Animal Rescuers. It is especially beneficial for veterinarians who are looking to guide pet parents seeking to raise plant based companion animals.
So RSVP now before we close registration as seats are limited!
What Research Says ... Plant Based Diets for Dogs and CatsZoom