Pet Food Nation (Google eBook)

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HarperCollins, Nov 10, 2009 - Pets - 176 pages
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A Must-Read for all Pet Lovers

For decades, dog and cat owners have depended on popular commercial foods to keep their beloved animals well-fed. Until 2007, when the national pet food catastrophe left pet owners scrambling for an alternative to mass-quantity, factory-produced food.

How can you break away from your reliance on the commercial pet food industry? Pet Food Nation offers the solution: Stop feeding your pet from a bag or a can—gradually, and then permanently. Instead, let's return to the way our ancestors fed their cherished pets since the dawn of time, with a variety of fresh and cooked foods from our own homes, the smart, simple, and healthy way.

Pet Food Nation features :

  • How to transition your pet from commercial food to a healthier diet
  • Six signs of dietary problems with your pet
  • Why homemade food is better for your pet
  • The best diet for an older pet
  • What to feed your breed
  • Basic easy recipes for dogs and cats

Buy this book and learn how to feed your pets properly and safely now!

  

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User Review  - periwinklejane - LibraryThing

I've been simultaneously reading several books on pet nutrition, and this is the first I've finished. The is clear, to-the-point, and incredibly well written. Ms. Weiskopf makes clear distinctions ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jennifer - Goodreads

Out-dated information and very simplistic Read full review

Contents

Why You NeedThis BookNow
17
What Your Pet Wants You to Know
33
Know Your Breed
97
For Cats
109
Basic Recipes for Dogs
115
Basic Recipes for Cats
125
Joans Vitamin Chart
135
Doing It Right
147
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About the author (2009)

Joan Weiskopf is a nationally recognized veterinary clinical nutritionist, dog breeder, and show handler. She attended Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine and is featured as an expert on Animal Planet.

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