Small Animal Clinical Nutrition

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Table Updates

Following are updated tables for Small Animal Clinical Nutrition, 5th Edition. Note that some of the table titles have been shortened for space, indicated by ellipses (...).

Please note: Nutrient profiles and availability of pet foods change frequently. The dates included on the individual tables reflect the last time they were updated. If there is no date, the table is the original from 2010. Be sure to confirm these values with the manufacturer or a current product guide prior to finalizing your recommendations.

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Table 50-5 Key nutritional factor content of selected commercial veterinary therapeutic foods for dogs with esophagitis/gastroesophageal reflux...

Table 50-6 Key nutritional factor content of selected commercial veterinary therapeutic foods for cats with esophagitis/gastroesophageal reflux...

Table 52-3 Key nutritional factors in selected commercial veterinary therapeutic foods compared to recommended levels for dogs with gastritis...

Table 52-4 Key nutritional factors in selected commercial veterinary therapeutic foods compared to recommended levels for cats with gastritis and/or gastroduodenal ulceration.

Table 54-3 Key nutritional factors in selected moist commercial veterinary therapeutic foods compared to recommended levels for dogs with gastric motility and emptying disorders.

Table 54-4 Key nutritional factors in selected moist commercial veterinary therapeutic foods compared to recommended levels for cats with gastric motility and emptying disorders.

Table 56-4 Key nutritional factors in selected highly digestible commercial veterinary therapeutic foods marketed for dogs with acute gastroenteritis or acute enteritis.

Table 56-5 Key nutritional factors in selected fiber-enhanced commercial veterinary therapeutic foods marketed for dogs with acute gastroenteritis or acute enteritis.

Table 56-6 Key nutritional factors in selected fiber-enhanced commercial veterinary therapeutic foods marketed for cats with acute gastroenteritis or acute enteritis.

Table 56-7 Key nutritional factors in selected fiber-enhanced commercial veterinary therapeutic foods marketed for catss with acute gastroenteritis or acute enteritis.

Table 57-3 Key nutritional factors in selected highly digestible veterinary therapeutic foods marketed for dogs with inflammatory bowel disease compared to recommended levels.

Table 57-4 Key nutritional factors in selected fiber-enhanced veterinary therapeutic foods marketed for dogs with inflammatory bowel disease...

Table 57-5 Key nutritional factors in selected highly digestible veterinary therapeutic foods marketed for cats with inflammatory bowel disease...

Table 57-6 Key nutritional factors in selected fiber-enhanced veterinary therapeutic foods marketed for cats with inflammatory bowel disease compared to recommended levels.

Table 58-3 Key nutritional factors in selected veterinary therapeutic foods for dogs with lymphangiectasia/protein-losing enteropathy compared to recommended levels.

Table 58-4 Key nutritional factors in selected veterinary therapeutic foods for catss with lymphangiectasia/protein-losing enteropathy compared to recommended levels.

Table 59-2 Key nutritional factors in selected commercial veterinary therapeutic foods for dogs with short bowel syndrome compared to recommended levels.

Table 59-3 Key nutritional factors in selected commercial veterinary therapeutic foods for cats with short bowel syndrome compared to recommended levels.

Table 60-2 Key nutritional factors in selected highly digestible commercial veterinary therapeutic foods marketed for dogs with small intestinal bacterial overgrowth compared to recommended levels

Table 60-3 Key nutritional factors in selected highly digestible commercial veterinary therapeutic foods marketed for cats with small intestinal bacterial overgrowth compared to recommended levels.

Table 62-2 Key nutritional factors in selected fiber-enhanced veterinary therapeutic foods marketed for dogs with acute or chronic colitis compared to recommended levels.

Table 62-3 Key nutritional factors in selected highly digestible veterinary therapeutic foods marketed for dogs with acute or chronic colitis compared to recommended levels.

Table 62-4 Key nutritional factors in selected fiber-enhanced veterinary therapeutic foods marketed for cats with acute or chronic colitis compared to recommended levels.

Table 62-5 Key nutritional factors in selected highly digestible veterinary therapeutic foods marketed for cats with acute or chronic colitis compared to recommended levels.

Table 63-4 Key nutritional factors in selected veterinary therapeutic foods for dogs with idiopathic bowel syndrome.

Table 64-3 Key nutritional factors in selected veterinary therapeutic foods for dogs with constipation and intermittent obstipation compared to recommended levels.

Table 64-4 Key nutritional factors in selected veterinary therapeutic foods for cats with constipation and intermittent obstipation compared to recommended levels

Table 64-5 Key nutritional factors in selected veterinary therapeutic foods for cats with chronic obstipation (megacolon) compared to recommended levels.

Table 65-2 Key nutritional factors in selected veterinary therapeutic foods for dogs with excessive flatulence compared to recommended levels.

Table 65-3 Key nutritional factors in selected veterinary therapeutic foods for cats with excessive flatulence compared to recommended levels.

Table 66-2 2. Key nutritional factors in selected veterinary therapeutic foods for dogs with exocrine pancreatic insufficiency compared to recommended levels.

Table 66-3 Key nutritional factors in selected veterinary therapeutic foods for cats with exocrine pancreatic insufficiency compared to recommended levels.

Table 67-4 Key nutritional factors in selected veterinary therapeutic foods for dogs with pancreatitis compared to recommended levels.

Table 67-5 Key nutritional factors in selected veterinary therapeutic foods for cats with pancreatitis compared to recommended levels.

Table 67-6 Key nutritional factors in selected veterinary therapeutic foods for obese or hypertriglyceridemic dogs with pancreatitis compared to recommended levels.

Table 67-7 Key nutritional factors in selected veterinary therapeutic foods for obese or hypertriglyceridemic cats with pancreatitis compared to recommended levels.

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