Cats adapt whole-body nutrient metabolism in response to changes in dietary macronutrient content.
Potato fiber could be a functional dietary fiber source in dog foods.
In osteoarthritis dogs, a therapeutic diet containing omega-3 improved locomotor disability and performance in daily activities.
Calcium concentrations exceeded recommended limits in some maintenance foods labeled for all life stages, underscoring the need to feed diets appropriately formulated for specific life stages.
Dietary dissolution is safe and effective for eradication of sterile struvite uroliths in cats.
Monk parrots can readily convert α-linolenic acid to the long-chain omega-3 derivatives.
Pet owners can minimize the risk of mycotoxins by avoiding cheaper petfoods that are more likely to contain vegetable cereals and corn or wheat fillers.
Overeating may be a sign that an animal's psychological well-being is impaired.
Endoscopic ultrasonography appears to be a useful technique for assessing esophageal wall integrity in dogs.
The potential beneficial effects of domperidone in horses with ileus need to be evaluated.
Enzyme addition did not result in improved digestibility of a diet high in non-starch polysaccharides for dogs.
Bioavailability estimates of AA may be less than those used to derive allowance estimates for dog foods.
Dogs might not respond to commercial limited antigen diets because such diets are contaminated with potential allergens.
Soluble corn fibers and their blends may be beneficial as components of low glycemic foodstuffs.
Enzymes can increase gut fermentation activity and improve soybean meal proteic value.
Pelleted diets may be more beneficial when dealing with metabolic disorders commonly observed in macaws.
Fecal calprotectin may be a useful biomarker in dogs with chronic diarrhea, especially dogs with histologic lesions.
Research is needed in feline patients with LUTS on dietary components.
Soybean products are good protein sources for both adult and growing dogs, provided they are heat treated before diet extrusion.
A better knowledge of myocardial involvement in disease-affected dogs might beneficially affect morbidity and mortality rates and provide new treatment approaches.
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