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Banfield, The Pet Hospital(R) Welcomes Board Certified Nutritionist, Medical Specialist to Practice
Date:11/18/2009

PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Banfield, The Pet Hospital® today announced Denise Elliott, BVSc (Hons), PhD, Dipl. ACVIM, Dipl. ACVN, as its medical specialist/nutritionist. With nearly 20 years experience in veterinary medicine, Dr. Elliott is uniquely qualified to help build a platform that will position Banfield as a leader in veterinary nutrition for general practice.

Dr. Elliott will serve as part of the Medical Quality Advancement team at Banfield's main campus in Portland, Ore., where she will lead nutrition counseling for doctors and paraprofessionals as well as develop nutritional continuing education programs. This new position serves as a joint partnership between Banfield and Royal Canin, in an effort to help Banfield's clients understand the role nutrition plays in the overall health and wellness of Pets. From 2004 until 2009, Dr. Elliott served as the director of scientific affairs, Royal Canin USA, and most recently, as health and nutritional sciences director for the Americas for Royal Canin SAS in France.

"Dr. Elliott's role will help further Banfield's commitment to medical quality, specifically in the area of nutrition," said Karen K. Faunt, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACVIM (Small Animal), Banfield's vice president of medical quality advancement. "I am confident Dr. Elliott will help grow our ability to proactively prevent illness and aid in the treatment of disease through nutrition."

Board certified in both internal medicine and veterinary nutrition, Dr. Elliott has a deep working knowledge of Banfield--she has been an instrumental partner of the practice for the past nine years by providing continuing education to doctors as well as nutritional input to the Banfield Formulary committee which determines formulary items such as pharmaceuticals and biologics for more than 750 hospitals.

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