Chapter 9 Pt 3

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Unformatted text preview: blood volume and helps prevent injury during intense training of dogs ò༏  Oversupplementation of any given nutrient will displace the intake of other nutrients and may lead to deficiencies, the feeding of diets that are complete and balanced for all nutrients is recommended Stress/Performance Diets ò༏  Working dogs have higher energy requirements than nonworking adult dogs ò༏  Requirements vary with the type of intensity of the work and environmental conditions ò༏  Examples of stressful work situations include: ò༏  Police duty, ò༏  Guiding the blind ò༏  Show dogs ò༏  Physically strenuous activities include: ò༏  ò༏  ò༏  ò༏  Racing Herding Hunting Search and rescue work Feeding Geriatric Dogs and Cats quality of life ò༏  Objectives is to extend and improve ò༏  Average life span of domestic dogs is 12 years ò༏  Small breeds living as long as 29 years ò༏  Average life span of domestic cats is 14 years ò༏  Some cats living as long as 36 years ò༏  Longevity can be increased with good care and nutrition throughout life ò༏  Most dogs and cats are considered geriatric at 7 years of age and giant breeds of dogs at 5 years Label Information ò༏  Should indicate the species for which it is intended as well as the following information: ò༏  Name and address of the producer/manufacturer ò༏  Name of the product ò༏  Treatment of ingredients ò༏  Name and content of protein, starch, and fiber ò༏  Net weight ò༏  Directions for use of pro...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2014 for the course AVS 201 taught by Professor Mallilo during the Spring '11 term at Rhode Island.

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