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Nom Nom Pet Health Webinars — 2020 Schedule

Wednesday, June 03, 2020
By Scott Brinkman

Besides making real, good pet food, we’re also dedicated to bringing you the latest, most important health info for your pets. We can do that because we’ve got a science team consisting of a board certified veterinary nutritionist and an expert in microbiology (that’s gut health). Join them in our Nom Nom webinar series as they break down the science of pet health into tips to help you keep your pets shiny and happy. If you’re a Nom Nom customer, you’ll get your invitations by email. We’ll also be updating this page with new information as it becomes available.


 

Vetinar — Vets, Get Your Nom Nom Questions Answered

Thursday, July 16


More and more vets are recommending fresh diets to help support both curative and preventative courses — learn why.

Join us for a conversation with one of your own — board certified veterinary nutritionist Justin Shmalberg, DVM. Unlike many of our other topics, this webinar is all about you and your questions. If you’ve had qualms about recommending fresh, bring them. If you’ve had success with certain diets, let us know. If you’re exploring how to decrease obesity in your patients, we can dig into that too. It’s your call free online session. Submit all of your questions here.

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The Ultimate Dog Feeding Guide

Wednesday, July 22


The one to watch if you’re interested in the best food to give your dog, and how our veterinary nutrition team develops Nom Nom recipes. 

Dogs will eat almost anything — whether it’s good for them or not. Since you can’t always trust their taste buds to clue you in on the right foods to give them, join us for Part 1 of our Ultimate Feeding Guide webinar series. Learn which foods can help improve your dog’s overall health and immunity and what not to feed them, and what each ingredient that goes into our fresh food recipes does for your dog. 

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The Ultimate Cat Feeding Guide 

Wednesday, July 22


Our veterinary nutrition team explains how they developed Nom Nom’s recipes and shares expert guidance on the healthiest food for your cat.

True or false: Cats need carbs in their diets. Other good questions: Why are cats such picky eaters, and how can you get them to eat food that’s good for them? Join us for Part 2 of our Ultimate Feeding Guide webinar series, all about cats and how the right diet can keep them in purring-good health. 

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The Ultimate Puppy Feeding Guide

Wednesday, August 19

Did you just get a puppy, or are you thinking of getting one soon? Congratulations! And watch this webinar for the best feeding guidance. 

If you have a new puppy, or you’re thinking of getting one, the third part in our Ultimate Feeding Guide webinar series will fill you in on everything you need to know about puppy feeding: the best kind of food, how much and when to feed, and more. A must for new puppy parents or puppy veterans, this webinar will help you set your new pup up for a lifetime of good health. 

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The Pros of Probiotics 

Wednesday, September 30

If your pet has digestive issues, or you want to boost your pet’s immunity, you’ll want to register for this informative, game-changing webinar.


We’ve all heard about probiotics, and that they’re supposed to be good for our digestive systems. But what do they do, and are they good for dogs and cats too? Join us for a look at how these tiny live cultures can have a big impact on your pet’s health and immunity, and the problems probiotics can solve. 

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Why Should You Get Fresh?

October 2020 — TBD

 

You want to know more about how diet affects pet’s health and the benefits of fresh food. This webinar has all the info.

In this webinar, we’ll tell you the story of Nom Nom founder Alex Jarrell’s dog Harley and the health problems she faced. (Spoiler alert: The solution led to a very happy beginning.) Learn how fresh food can impact your pet’s immune system and overall health, how to tell if your pet is getting the right nutrients in the right amounts, and more fresh findings about diet. 

Event date and link to register coming soon 

 

A Health Boost for Your Pet

November 2020 — TBD


If your pet doesn’t seem as active as they used to be, has stomach trouble, or has mobility issues, you’ll want to watch this. 

Good nutrition is an excellent start for your pet’s health, but sometimes they need a little extra targeted help. If your pet has digestive issues, arthritis or other joint pain, or doesn’t seem to have as much energy as they used to, this webinar can help. We’ll take a look at how supplements can improve pet health, how much to give and when, discuss strategies for health issues in certain breeds, and more. 

Event date and link to register coming soon

 

How Long Does This Last?

December 2020 — TBD


Ever wonder why you’re feeding your pet something that can last for months on a shelf? Find out more about how fresh food made from human-grade ingredients can help your pet. 

We’ve all learned that stocking up is a good thing — but how long does pet food last, and if it’s long lasting, is it good for your pets? In this webinar, we’ll take a look at the shelf life of various types of pet food (kibble, canned, raw, and fresh), and the pluses and minuses of each. With this webinar, you’ll be able to keep your pantry stocked and your pet healthy. 

Event date and link to register coming soon

 


Browse our webinar archives and binge on all things pet health: 

Pet Health and Nutrition

April 29, 2020


Learn about the difference a fresh food diet can make for your pet. Dr. Justin Shmalberg, board certified veterinary nutritionist and Nom Nom’s Chief Nutrition Officer, talks about pet nutrition and how he formulates Nom Nom recipes to support your pet based on their age, breed, weight and health goals. 

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The Pet Microbiome
 

June 3rd, 2020

Nom Nom’s Director of Microbiology, Dr. Ryan Honaker, offers a deep dive on the microbiome — what it is, the impact it has on your pet’s immune system and how to keep it (and the rest of your pet) balanced and healthy. 

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DIY vs. Nom Nom Fresh

Tuesday, July 1st

Fresh food made from real ingredients is better for your pet than what’s usually certified as okay in commercial dog and cat food. Does that mean you should make your pet’s meals? Dr. Justin Shmalberg, board certified veterinary nutritionist and Nom Nom’s Chief Nutrition Officer, tells you about ingredients vital to your pet’s health that might be missing from a home-cooked meal, and how Nom Nom recipes are formulated to give your pet what they need.

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