Royal Canin Launches New Podcast For Veterinarians
St. Charles, MO (April 9, 2019) – Royal Canin, a global leader in pet health nutrition, announced the launch of a new podcast series, “Vet Talk with Royal Canin,” to address a wide variety of topics of interest for veterinarians and veterinary clinics. The podcast features discussions with some of the industry’s top veterinarians and aims to create a dialogue to help veterinarians address the issues they face every day. Vet Talk with Royal Canin provides discussions, including tips, about the most common challenges veterinarians face.
“For more than 50 years, Royal Canin has been a committed partner of veterinary professionals across the world, and Vet Talk with Royal Canin is another opportunity to help facilitate conversation within the veterinary community,” said Dr. Brent Mayabb, Chief Veterinary Officer and Vice President of Corporate Affairs at Royal Canin. “We understand that today’s veterinarians face a landscape with a unique set of both challenges and opportunities, and we developed this podcast series to have an open, candid discussion on some of these topics.”
The first episode of the series, “How to Have Uncomfortable Conversations with Pet Owners,” features guest veterinarians, Dr. Andy Roark and Dr. Megan Hill, as they offer various ways veterinarians can broach difficult topics with pet owners, including pet obesity. Other episodes will focus on how to find happiness and stay positive as a veterinary professional, nutritional myths, and the future of the industry.
The podcast is hosted by Brenda Andresen, founding partner of The Bridge Club.
“I’m excited to be part of this series, connecting every practicing or aspiring veterinarian to some of the most amazing veterinary leaders across the country,” said Andresen. “We dive into the real issues veterinarians face, sometimes daily, to open the discussion and offer different approaches that our listeners can implement in their practice.”
ROYAL CANIN USA
Royal Canin USA is a leader in science-based cat and dog health nutrition. Founded by a veterinarian in 1968, Royal Canin has more than 50 years of experience in delivering individualized nutritional solutions. In collaboration with an expert team of nutritionists, breeders and veterinarians from around the world, Royal Canin places cats and dogs at the central point of the innovation process. The Royal Canin product line offers a range of diets based on size, age, breed, lifestyle and therapeutic requirements. Royal Canin diets are available at veterinary hospitals and pet specialty stores nationwide. Royal Canin is a subsidiary of Mars, Incorporated. To learn more about Royal Canin, visit www.royalcanin.com and “LIKE” us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/royalcaninus.