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Dr. Matthew Muir discusses how to approach a home cooked diet.

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Published Aug 4, 2020, 2:00 PM

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Matt obtained a degree in Veterinary Science and Veterinary Biology in 2010 with first class honours from Charles Sturt University. He began work as a mixed animal general practitioner in Griffith, Australia before moving to the United Kingdom and commencing out of hours, emergency and critical care work at a royal veterinary college top tier hospital before consulting in wellness and internal medicine. After several years abroad, Matt returned to Australia and joined the team at All Natural Vet Care in Sydney. His Veterinary interests are wellness and preventative health care, soft tissue surgery, integrative dentistry and all disciplines linked to the gut-skin-brain axis.

Topics include:

  • Matt’s approach to a home cooked diet – is there a one size fits all?
  • What should the diet be composed of? Qualitative and quantitative approaches.
  • Are all fats and proteins created equal?
  • Matt discusses raw ingredients and where we should be sourcing our foods from.
  • Dr Muir explains how to transition from a commercial diet to a natural moist diet.
  • The importance of a gradual transition especially if it involves a raw diet.
  • Developing specific diets for specific clinical cases.
  • Matt discusses the importance of realistic expectations on how long it can take to see the benefits from a natural diet.
  • The benefits of regular nutritional counselling.
  • Using probiotics therapeutically during a diet transition.
  • How diets can affect a dog’s skin microbiota.
  • Dr Muir’s approach to grains.
  • Can dogs thrive on a vegetarian or vegan diet?
  • The main mistakes pet owners make when preparing home-made diets.

You can find Matt Muir at All Natural Vet Care,  naturalvet.com.au  or  (02) 9712 5844. You can also go on his online information platform achieveanimalwellness.com or on Instagram achieve_animal_wellness.

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