Renee Streeter, DVM, DACVN

Title

Clinical Nutrition Services Principal Nutritionist

Company

BSM Partners

Panel discussion:

Optimizing the e-commerce boom for your pet food business — Already in growth mode before 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic sent pet food e-commerce into overdrive, also fueling brands with direct-to-consumer distribution models. Selling your pet food online is now a given, new technologies, insights and data are continually emerging that can help you find the best opportunities for your brand and maximize success. Topics and experts include:

  • Don’t bury the bone: Ways to influence product content performance on major online pet food retailers — Megan Lippert, OneSpace
  • Future of personalization in the direct-to-consumer pet food market — Renee Streeter, DVM, BSM Partners
  • What’s next in pet food e-commerce: Using IoT to get consumer insights, auto replenishment — Adhithi Aji, Adrich

Experience:

Renee Streeter, DVM, DACVN, is a doctor of veterinary medicine and diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Nutrition. She obtained her undergraduate degree in animal science from Cornell University and served as a farm animal nutritionist for a major feed company before attending veterinary school at Ross University. Her clinical rotations were done at Cornell University’s college of veterinary medicine, where she stayed on to do her clinical nutrition residency. There, she saw clinical nutrition cases and researched the relationship between omega-3 fatty acids, adipokines and canine obesity as well as selenium deficiency and white muscle disease in horses. While working in general practice and clinical nutrition for the next six years, Streeter also founded her own veterinary nutrition consulting company. She currently helps industry clients through her position as the Clinical Nutrition Services Practice Principal at BSM Partners and helps veterinary patients as a clinical nutritionist, taking referrals through veterinarians and seeing patients at a specialty hospital in Upstate New York. She has given student lectures at Cornell University, presented an abstract at AAVN symposium and given multiple continuing education lectures for pet owners, veterinarians and other pet food industry professionals.