We are excited that you’re here. Nothing makes us happier than helping dog owners and dog professionals (dog trainers, etc) obtain reliable nutrition information that will make a difference in the dog’s health. Holly and Sue grew-up surrounded by animals, specifically dogs and cats. They decided to partner and combine their expertise as dietitian and veterinarian to provide nutrition information.
Holly Knows Nutrition
Holly has been a practicing registered dietitian since 1998. She has worked as a clinical dietitian in acute care and provides nutrition treatments for the same conditions that affect your dog. She helps her patients, clients, and university students learn the truth about nutrition .
An avid dog person and certified dog trainer has enabled her to identify that people’s view on their knowledge on dog nutrition falls victim to the same inaccuracies as human nutrition. Her passion for nutrition and dogs has led her to expanded her knowledge by studying canine nutrition. She is also studying functional nutrition which provides a holistic approach to health and wellness for both dogs and their owners. Some of Holly’s background education includes:
- Diploma in Companion Animal Nutrition (College of Agricultural Sciences, Southern Illinois University)
- Canine Behavior Counseling program from the American College of Applied Science, nutrition course
- Animal Behavior College, certified dog trainer
- BSc degree (biology major), BSc degree (foods and nutrition)
- MS (exercise sport and science)
- Functional Nutrition (Institute for Functional Medicine)
Holly currently resides in Fredericton, NB with her husband and 2 Bernese Mountain dogs, Rin and Bae, and thoroughbred Gigi.
Sue has a lifelong love of animals. She desired a career in veterinary medicine since childhood. With her husband they began a practice in 1991 upon graduating from the UPEI Veterinary School. Sue is a member of the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association. Her gentle demeanor and accomplished bedside manner allows her to excel in the care of her patients. She puts a major emphasis on educating pet owners on their pet’s overall health and wellness. Sue and her family lives on a farm in Miramichi, NB. Along with her 2 dogs, cat and 3 horses, she has rescued many animals for which she has found loving homes.