Does ‘stress colitis’, aka ‘irritable bowel syndrome’ really exist in dogs? According to the literature, it does. And it is especially seen in first-line general practice. The support for these patients will be covered, which is centered around a highly digestible food, with added alpha -casozepine.
HEIN MEYER DVM PhD DIPL-ECVIM
After graduating from the Utrecht University Veterinary College in 1983, Dr Meyer spent five years in private small animal practice on the beautiful Caribbean Island of Curaçao. He joined the Utrecht Veterinary College in 1988 where he completed an Internship and Residency in Internal Medicine at the Small Animal Clinical Department. He is a Diplomate with the European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (Companion Animals). As lecturer at the Small Animal Clinical Department, he was responsible for the areas of hepatology & nephrology.
He conducted extensive research and wrote numerous peer-reviewed papers and book chapters in the field of hepatology and internal medicine and received his PhD in 1998 on hepatic encephalopathy in dogs.
He was presented the prestigious 'Award for Distinction' in 2003 by the Royal Netherlands Veterinary Association for his work in organising national and international CE for many years.
Hein Meyer joined Hill’s Europe as Director of Professional Affairs in 1999, and is currently Director of Professional & Veterinary Affairs in Europe, the Middle East and Russia, overseeing the veterinary business channel for Hill’s in the region.
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