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On June 5, 2012

WATT eLearning launches three companion animal nutrition online courses

Log on to www.wattelearning.com to learn more about the new courses and to sign up for an account today. Registered eLearners receive exclusive discounts and updates when new sessions are added.

WATT eLearning has launched three new companion animal nutrition online courses. Now available for enrollment on www.wattelearning.com, these courses are designed to help you and your pet industry colleagues gain valuable knowledge and enhance your professional development.

Created by industry expert Linda Case, MS, the three courses are a natural continuation of the “Building Blocks of Companion Animal Nutrition” course, but can also be taken independently for more specialized study:

Feeding Management during Growth in Dogs and Cats 

This four-module online course provides complete information about a growing pet’s nutrient and energy needs, selection of a proper diet and feeding management guidelines that promote good feeding behaviors and support a healthy rate of development.

Nutrition for Adult Animals – Maintenance and Reproduction 

This five-module online course provides complete information about nutrition for adult, non-reproducing dogs and cats and also covers nutrient needs and feeding management during breeding, gestation and lactation.

Nutritional Needs and Care of Senior Pets 

This three-module online course provides complete information about the nutrient needs of senior pets, as well as the basic physiological changes that occur with aging and how these changes can impact a pet’s nutritional needs.

Log on to www.wattelearning.com to learn more about the new courses and to sign up for an account today. Registered eLearners receive exclusive discounts and updates when new sessions are added.

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