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The Story of Mayhem Maya and Insane Ida: How to Prioritize Nutrition for Kitties with Comorbidities

The Story of Mayhem Maya and Insane Ida: How to Prioritize Nutrition for Kitties with Comorbidities
Using case examples, this course will discuss how to prioritize nutrients for cats with multiple disease states. Specifically, we will review how to appropriately triage diseases and how to evaluate dietary nutrient analyses in order to tailor the patient’s optimal nutritional support. Additionally, we will discuss successful feeding in a multi-cat household.

• To be able to triage/ prioritize diseases, and thus nutrients, in a comorbid cat
• To be able to accurately evaluate a dietary technical analysis
• Strategies to implement with patients in a multi-cat household

Lindsey Bullen, DVM, DACVIM (Nutrition)
Dr. Lindsey Bullen earned her BA in Chemistry and BS in Zoology in 2007. She remained at NC State for her post-baccalaureate training where she received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2012, completed a medical and surgical internship in 2013, a residency in 2016, and a fellowship in 2017. Following board-certification in veterinary nutrition, in 2017 Lindsey created the Clinical Nutrition Service at the Veterinary Specialty Hospital of the Carolinas. 2022 brought new opportunities as Dr. Bullen, in partnership with Dr. Emily Luisana, created the Clinical Nutrition Service at Friendship Hospital for Animals in the DC area; and she has been working there happily since.

Dr. Bullen is particularly interested in clinical nutrition application, specifically: critical care, multi-disease state, and assisted feeding. Though she is no longer in academia, Dr. Bullen brings experience and a strong passion for teaching. And when she is not actively working in clinics or speaking at conferences, Dr. Bullen acts as an industry advisor and consultant through her company, Bullen Veterinary Consulting, PLLC.

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:
• AAVSB-Registry of Approved Continuing Education (RACE) - 1.00 Hours
• New York State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners - 1.00 Hours

This webinar is sponsored by: