Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (Nutrition)
Education & Postgraduate Training
DVM – Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
Rotating Internship, Small Animal Medicine and Surgery – Animal Medical Center, NYC
Residency Training, Small Animal Nutrition – Tufts, University of Pennsylvania, Angell Animal Medical Center, Oradell Animal Hospital
Joined OAH in 1997
Professional Interests: All things nutrition including weight management, chronic kidney disease, and chronic gastrointestinal disease
American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (Nutrition) (2010-Present, ACVN Board member 2019-2021)
American Academy of Veterinary Nutrition (2000-Present)
American Veterinary Medical Association (1993-Present)
New Jersey Veterinary Medical Association (1997-Present)
From Dr. Eirmann: The most rewarding part of being a veterinary nutritionist is seeing a dog or cat thrive when eating a healthy diet tailored to that pet’s individual needs. I enjoying watching pets become more active simply by losing excess weight. I’m fortunate to be part of a pet’s health care team along with the family and my colleagues at Oradell.
Eirmann LA. Diet- or patient-induced adverse reaction to food. In Cote, E., editor: Clinical Veterinary Advisor Dogs & Cats, 4th ed. 2019. St. Louis, Elsevier.
Eirmann LA. Food allergy, gastrointestinal. In Cote, E., editor: Clinical Veterinary Advisor Dogs & Cats, 4th ed. 2019. St. Louis, Elsevier.
Eirmann L: Antioxidants, nutraceuticals, probiotics, and nutritional supplements. In Ettinger SJ, Feldman EC, Cote E., editors: Textbook of Veterinary Internal Medicine. 2017. St. Louis, Elsevier.
Dinallo GK, Poplarski JA, Van Deventer GM, Eirmann LA, Wakshlag JJ. A Survey of feeding, activity, supplement use and energy consumption in North American agility dogs. J Nutr Sci 2017 6 e45.
Eirmann L. Nutritional Assessment. Vet Clin North Am Small Anim Pract 2016 :46(5) :855-867.
Whitehead K, Cortes Y, Eirmann L. Gastrointestinal dysmotility disorders in critically ill dogs and cats. J Vet Emerg Crit Care 2016 26(2) :234-253.
Eirmann L. Esophagostomy feeding tubes in dogs and cats. In Chan, DL., editor : Nutritional Management of Hospitalized Small Animals. 2015. West Sussex, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.