Knowledge Base

This hub contains references and links to sites and papers of potential interest in relation to veterinary and comparative nutrition.These are generally peer-reviewed but there may also be links to discussions and clinical case studies of interest from our members’ experiences. The Board has the final decision on all postings. Although materials or links are available on our website, ESVCN and its Board do not endorse either the studies or the findings and conclusions. These are for general information only.

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2021 ESVCN Congress

Steffen, C., & Dobenecker, B. (2023). The Phosphate Additives Phosphoric Acid and Sodium Phosphate Lead to Hyperphosphatemia as well as Increased FGF23 and Renal Phosphate Excretion in Healthy Cats. J Urol Ren Dis, 8, 1339. 

2015 ESVCN Congress

Siedler, S., Dobenecker, B. (2021) Effect of different P sources in high phosphorus diets with balanced Ca/P ratio on calcium and phosphorus digestibility and serum PTH in dogs,

2016 ESVCN Congress

Dobenecker, B., Kienzle, E., Impact of faecal dry matter excretion on faecal calcium losses in dogs fed complete moist or dry pet foods – a contribution to solve the enigma of canine calcium requirements,

2016 ESVCN Congress

L. F. Böswald, E. Kienzle, B. Dobenecker, Observation about phosphorus and protein supply in cats and dogs prior diagnosis of chronic renal insufficiency,

2016 ESVCN Congress

B. Dobenecker, S. Reese, W. Jahn, M. Schunck, J. Hugenberg, S. Oesser, Bioactive collagen peptides as supplement for horses with osteoarthritis,