Natural Nutrition for Dogs and Cats: The Ultimate Diet

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Hay House, 1999 - Health & Fitness - 135 pages
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There are an estimated 60 million dogs and 70 million cats living as beloved companions in American homes, and feeding pets is a multi-billion dollar business. With pet disease and illness on the rise, a significant proportion of pet owners are turning to holistic health care to prevent disease and enhance their pet's well-being. The foundation of holistic care is optimal nutrition. Our own doctors extol the virtues of eating fewer processed foods and more fresh foods if we wish to enjoy good health. Certainly, our pets deserve the same consideration. This easy-to-read book will help pet-lovers enable their dogs and cats to enjoy an ideal quality of life through a species-appropriate diet of raw, natural foods. Readers learn how to easily prepare a healthy homemade meal so their pet can have a shiny coat, healthy skin and digestion, clean teeth, bright eyes, and no fleas or "doggy breath". Also included are the Holistic Animal Yellow Pages, an invaluable information resource.

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Lots of information if you are thinking about feeding your dogs a raw diet. Informative menus tips on nutrition and balancing their food. Read full review


CHAPTERONE SpeciesAppropriate Nutrition
CHAPTERTWO The Ultimate Diet
CHAPTERTHREE Making the Meal

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