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Emi Kate Saito

Emi Kate Saito

VMD, MSPH, MBA, Dip. ACVPM (Epidemiology)

United States

Dr. Saito qualified from the Veterinary Faculty at the University of Pennsylvania in 1997. She was awarded a Masters in Public Health by Emory University in 2001 and studied for her MBA at the University of Colorado between 2010-2012. She has worked for Banfield’s Applied Research and Knowledge team since 2013, following a period when she worked for both the US Department of Agriculture and the US Department of the Interior as an epidemiologist. She has wide experience of wildlife and regulatory livestock diseases and has published several papers on these topics.

Contributions from Emi Kate Saito

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Co-morbidity of overweight and obesity in dogs and cats

Issue number24.3 Published 10/02/2021

Co-morbidity of overweight and obesity in dogs and cats

Obesity is a nutritional disease of concern in both canine and feline pets, with up to 35% of adult dogs and cats in the United States reported to be either overweight or obese.

By Emi Kate Saito

Occurrence of congenital conditions in puppies

Issue number26.1 Published 15/03/2021

Occurrence of congenital conditions in puppies

The addition of a puppy into a household is a fun and exciting time for new pet owners.

By Emi Kate Saito and Catherine Rhoads