PNA offers valuable resources for the entire team, such as:
Make nutritional assessments and recommendations. These tools can help you share vital information along with a take-home worksheet.
Quickly search and find answers for a wide range of nutrition-related issues.
Perform a diet history, assess the patient’s body condition score and muscle condition score with PNA’s useful forms.
Provide a complete, balanced, and individualized diet and help pet owners choose the appropriate pet food.
American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) members can find additional pet nutrition resources on the AVMA website. Below are just a few selections to get started. Not a member? Learn why more than 97,000 veterinary practitioners call AVMA their professional home.
The American Veterinary Medical Foundation (AVMF) would like to recognize and thank the educational outreach partners who have contributed to our efforts and are working to provide critical outreach to veterinary professionals and pet owners.
Thank you to these partners for working with the AVMF to bring tools and resources to provide healthy diets for pets to larger audiences. Together we build bridges of knowledge and information for veterinary professional(s) and the pet owning public.