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With a growing trend in fresh foods, we are unfortunately seeing an increase in the availability of poor quality and unbalanced diets. Feeding a complete, species appropriate diet is the number one thing you can do to support health and longevity. But are we causing harm instead? Do you know how much to feed? Is 2% body weight enough? Is there a need to feed fruit and vegetables or is 80:10:10 best? Can you assess a diet for nutritional balance? What impact could deficiencies have on canine behaviour? As pet owners and professionals, we need to be able to assess diets. In this talk I will teach you how.

Regan Carnwath | Natural Canine Nutrition: Can We See the Whole Picture?

  • Dr Reagan Carnwath is a holistic vet at Herbal Vet Scotland. Holistic veterinary medicine is my passion. With 10 years in clinical practice, I have seen the limitations of conventional medicine for chronic disease. I believe as vets we are missing the foundation stone to health, nutrition. ​

    I am a member of the British Association of Veterinary Herbalists, International Veterinary Acupuncture Society, Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, and the Raw Feeding Veterinary Society. ​​

    For me, working in this way is much more than just a job. It’s about integrating ancient and modern techniques to provide safe and effective therapies that improve the health and welfare of animals committed to my care.

  • 16th June 2024

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