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Journal January 2008 (Vol 29, No 1)

NOTE: You have already passed this course.
NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

Managing Obesity in Dogs and Cats by Dana Call , RVT, VTS, (ECC)

1.Which of the following would not be asked on a diet history form?
2.As part of the medical evaluation, the veterinarian may order a __________ to rule out a medical condition.
3.Which of the following is not a method of obtaining a BCS?
4.When measuring commercial dry food, owners should be instructed to use a standard cup, which is
5.Which of the following is false?
6.In regard to RBW, a value of ______ is considered optimal.
7.A nutritionally balanced diet that provides __________ of calories necessary to maintain current body weight usually results in adequate weight loss.
8.Which of the following is considered to be the cause of obesity?
9.For most pets, a weight loss goal of __________ of body weight per week is recommended.
10.More calories can be burned per minute by _________ compared with ___________.
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