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Background Information

Employment History

Associate Director of Nutrition and Technology

Hill's Pet Nutrition , Inc.


Adjunct Assistant Professor

Kansas State University


President

American Canine Sports Medicine Association


Affiliations

The Mark Morris Institute

Fellow


Education

DVM


DVM degree

Kansas State University


M.S.

physiology

Kansas State University


Web References(5 Total References)


markmorrisinstitute.org

Dr. Phil Toll DVM, MS
Dr. Toll received his DVM degree from Kansas State University in 1986. He spent two years in private practice working with large animals and racing greyhounds. Dr. Toll returned to Kansas State University and completed an M.S. in physiology in 1990. He remained in the Department of Anatomy and Physiology for another year as a research associate before joining Hill's Pet Nutrition in 1991. He is currently an Associate Medical Director. Dr. Toll's major professional interests are exercise physiology, metabolism, acid-base balance, and clinical nutrition. He is an adjunct assistant professor at Kansas State University, past president of the American Canine Sports Medicine Association, and a Mark Morris Institute Fellow.


www.markmorrisinstitute.org

Dr. Phil Toll DVM, MS
Dr. Toll received his DVM degree from Kansas State University in 1986. He spent two years in private practice working with large animals and racing greyhounds. Dr. Toll returned to Kansas State University and completed an M.S. in physiology in 1990. He remained in the Department of Anatomy and Physiology for another year as a research associate before joining Hill's Pet Nutrition in 1991. He is currently an Associate Medical Director. Dr. Toll's major professional interests are exercise physiology, metabolism, acid-base balance, and clinical nutrition. He is an adjunct assistant professor at Kansas State University, past president of the American Canine Sports Medicine Association, and a Mark Morris Institute Fellow.


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Philip W. TollDr. Toll received his DVM degree from Kansas State University in 1986.He spent two years in private practice working with large animals and racing greyhounds.He returned to Kansas State University and completed an M.S. in physiology in 1990.He remained in the Department of Anatomy and Physiology for another year as a research associate before joining Hill's Pet Nutrition in 1991.He is currently Associate Director for Science Diet® Product Development at the Hill's Science and Technology Center. Dr. Toll's major professional interests are exercise physiology, metabolism, acid-base balance, and clinical nutrition.He is an adjunct assistant professor at Kansas State University, past president of the American Canine Sports Medicine Association, and a Mark Morris Institute Fellow.


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Dr. E. Philip Toll Hill's Pet Nutrition, Inc.


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"You can sit on your chair and use a laser pointer" on the wall to get them moving, said Phil Toll, associate director of nutrition and technology at Hill's Pet Nutrition. But there also are new products on the market that could help indoor cats lose weight.Toll designed a food called Prescription Diet m/d that changes a cat's metabolism.It can be prescribed by a veterinarian and works like the Atkins diet: It shifts the animal from a diet high in carbohydrates to one with more protein and fat. And similar to people, a diet isn't a quick fix for cats.They are likely to gain weight again if their environment isn't continually controlled, Toll said.


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