The Natural Pet Food Cookbook: Healthful Recipes for Dogs and Cats

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Wiley, Dec 11, 2007 - Pets - 128 pages
You Want The Best For Your Pets

After the massive commercial pet food recall in 2007, you're probably concerned about why to feed your dog or cat. The Natural Pet Food Cookbook: Healthful Recipes For Dogs And Cats gives you great ways to supplement your pet's primary diet with nutritious meals that you prepare; that way, you're sure your dog or cat gets healthy variety. With nn emphasis on natural ingredients and lots of colorful, fun illustrations, this cookbook gives you:
* More than 50 vet-approved, pet-tested recipes, ranging from basic kibble to casseroles to stews
* Tips on cooking techniques, food selection, and more
* Info on storing and freezing your homemade pet foods
* Details about the nutritional requirements of dogs and cats
* Warnings about potentially harmful foods

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Book is OK

User Review  - jstewart - Overstock.com

Im not much of a cook myself so I was a bit surprised to find how detailed some of these recipes were. I was hoping for simpler recipes but most of the recipes in this book require ten or more ... Read full review

Fun and Informative

User Review  - bethinla - Overstock.com

I started cooking for two of my fussy small dogs months ago and found it cheaper than buying the special canned food from the pet store that often was wasted. This book opened up a whole new variety of food configurations to change up the menu occasionally. Easy to read and a great little book! Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Wendy Nan Rees has been involved in the pet industry for more that 25 years, starting when she founded Lip Smackers, a company that provides all-natural treats for pets. She has authored three pet cookbooks, written for Your Pet Magazine, served as the Pet Lifestyle Advisor on Animal Planet's Petsburg, USA, and helped to create Cedar Green, a line ff all-natural pet odor eliminators. Rees also hosts an Internet radio show, Wendy's Animal Talk, at www.healthylife.net. Her new line of natural pet products can be found at www.wendynanrees.com.

Kevin Schlanger, Dvm, is the owner ff Westside Animal Medical Associates and chief veterinarian of Brent-Air Animal Hospital in Los Angeles. His areas of expertise are general surgery, pediatric medicine, and nutrition. He works with numerous nonprofit rescue groups.

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