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Do you want to feed your furry best friend in a healthy and sustainable manner? Are you tired of reading scary dog food recalls that are putting your pets health at risk? Do you just want a simple solution that puts you in control, and allows for your dog to live a happier and healthier life? Then keep reading… When stepping into a grocery store or pet shop you are Do you want to feed your furry best friend in a healthy and sustainable manner? Are you tired of reading scary dog food recalls that are putting your pets health at risk? Do you just want a simple solution that puts you in control, and allows for your dog to live a happier and healthier life? Then keep reading… When stepping into a grocery store or pet shop you are greeted with aisles and walls of different pet food options. All these bright colored packages of dry and wet foods creatively marketed to get your attention… unfortunately, most of these options are not necessarily the best and healthiest for your dog.  Just as humans have switched from healthy, natural and traditional diets to processed and mass-produced foods, we have made the same choices on behalf of our dogs. We are feeding our dogs the same “fast food” day in and day out, and this limits their nutritional intake. Just as people need variety in their diet, so do dogs. After all, wouldn’t you get tired of having spaghetti as your only meal for years on end? Luckily, there is a better way that is both simple and effective… a fresh food diet (either store-bought or homemade). Instead of eating biologically inappropriate foods full of questionable meat sources and additives that can cause health problems, your pup can enjoy simple freshly cooked meals.  You might be wondering… won’t this homemade cooking take a long time? Or isn’t this more expensive than buying a bag of food at my local store? This book will guide you through the entire process and you will find preparing healthy food for your dog is easier and less expensive than you think. Here’s just a tiny bit of what you’ll discover inside our ‘Dog Nutrition & Cookbook’:  The problems with commercial pet foods (these facts will shock and surprise you). The 7 major nutrients dogs need in their diet. How much should your dog eat?  Do you own a puppy or a senior dog? A large breed or a small guy or gal? They all have a different set of nutritional demands, and it’s all covered inside. 25 foods dogs should steer clear of at all costs.  More than 17 ‘PAWsitively’ delicious meal recipes and 5 treat recipes that your dog will love and are guaranteed to spoil her/him with nutritional goodness. An easy to follow and prepare 2 week meal plan that will save you time and money. How to properly read a dog food label and understand what’s really inside your dogs food. How to make mealtime positive and even more effective with simple training tricks. … and much, much more. This is a great book for those looking to get more information on dog nutrition and keeping their dogs healthy. There is a lot of conflicting and overwhelming information out there. This guide simplifies the process and silences the noise. Ready to get started and find out more? It’s as easy as scrolling up and tapping “Buy Now”.


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Do you want to feed your furry best friend in a healthy and sustainable manner? Are you tired of reading scary dog food recalls that are putting your pets health at risk? Do you just want a simple solution that puts you in control, and allows for your dog to live a happier and healthier life? Then keep reading… When stepping into a grocery store or pet shop you are Do you want to feed your furry best friend in a healthy and sustainable manner? Are you tired of reading scary dog food recalls that are putting your pets health at risk? Do you just want a simple solution that puts you in control, and allows for your dog to live a happier and healthier life? Then keep reading… When stepping into a grocery store or pet shop you are greeted with aisles and walls of different pet food options. All these bright colored packages of dry and wet foods creatively marketed to get your attention… unfortunately, most of these options are not necessarily the best and healthiest for your dog.  Just as humans have switched from healthy, natural and traditional diets to processed and mass-produced foods, we have made the same choices on behalf of our dogs. We are feeding our dogs the same “fast food” day in and day out, and this limits their nutritional intake. Just as people need variety in their diet, so do dogs. After all, wouldn’t you get tired of having spaghetti as your only meal for years on end? Luckily, there is a better way that is both simple and effective… a fresh food diet (either store-bought or homemade). Instead of eating biologically inappropriate foods full of questionable meat sources and additives that can cause health problems, your pup can enjoy simple freshly cooked meals.  You might be wondering… won’t this homemade cooking take a long time? Or isn’t this more expensive than buying a bag of food at my local store? This book will guide you through the entire process and you will find preparing healthy food for your dog is easier and less expensive than you think. Here’s just a tiny bit of what you’ll discover inside our ‘Dog Nutrition & Cookbook’:  The problems with commercial pet foods (these facts will shock and surprise you). The 7 major nutrients dogs need in their diet. How much should your dog eat?  Do you own a puppy or a senior dog? A large breed or a small guy or gal? They all have a different set of nutritional demands, and it’s all covered inside. 25 foods dogs should steer clear of at all costs.  More than 17 ‘PAWsitively’ delicious meal recipes and 5 treat recipes that your dog will love and are guaranteed to spoil her/him with nutritional goodness. An easy to follow and prepare 2 week meal plan that will save you time and money. How to properly read a dog food label and understand what’s really inside your dogs food. How to make mealtime positive and even more effective with simple training tricks. … and much, much more. This is a great book for those looking to get more information on dog nutrition and keeping their dogs healthy. There is a lot of conflicting and overwhelming information out there. This guide simplifies the process and silences the noise. Ready to get started and find out more? It’s as easy as scrolling up and tapping “Buy Now”.

50 review for Dog Nutrition and Cookbook: The Simple Guide to Keeping Your Dog Happy and Healthy

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kait

    Just made one GIANT batch from one of these recipes We were feeding our dogs human grade dog food that was fresh since they’d been puppies. They were happy, heathy, energetic and slept well during the night. During shut down during COVID 19, the company was no longer opened and has still yet to do after 2years. Our female, Maizie as well as her brother/littermate also came home with us- (after some serious pleading and another check written to breeder)we were proud owners of 2 AKC Golden Retrieve Just made one GIANT batch from one of these recipes We were feeding our dogs human grade dog food that was fresh since they’d been puppies. They were happy, heathy, energetic and slept well during the night. During shut down during COVID 19, the company was no longer opened and has still yet to do after 2years. Our female, Maizie as well as her brother/littermate also came home with us- (after some serious pleading and another check written to breeder)we were proud owners of 2 AKC Golden Retriever’s. They were born July1, 2018. They were trained to be assistive therapy dogs as I am very ill &our loyal 15 yr old Golden had passed 9 months before we took the pups home in 2018. They’ve also been wonderful with children, other adults and make a lot of stops to friends who need some love. (We do this to help spread the love and laughter in community, they aren’t working or hired.) Once Maizie started having diarrhea and was doing so inside the house unable to make the door to get out and had also developed what were raised rash or eczema bumps&flaky skin and was red, itchy and extremely swollen, we were relieved when her vet got tests back and said it’s an allergic reaction but nothing besides her food had changed and she’s never had allergies before. It was obvious we needed to begin making healthy, safe and a variety of different foods, vitamins through the fruits and vegetables and get in some of their supplements in either by ordering some(but was cautious as nothing is ever as it’s marketed as) or making my own ensuring all nutrients and minerals they required would be inside their meal. So, when I found this book I wanted to cry. Finally!!!! Last week I’d made 3 different crock pot recipes and I tripled the recipe as it is safe to freeze whatever you’ve made for following week for up to 3 months. We gave the dogs their first Mom&Da home cooked food and they’ve been so happy, breath smells better, no more runny poo or diarrhea. I’m very optimistic and feel that this was the answer to the dogs good health and our concerns. I also made 2 recipes for the homemade treats and the dogs are absolutely thriving! Their eyes seem brighter, coats are shinier less dull or messy looking and they lick those bowls for long after they’ve finished their breakfast and dinner- they NEVER did that before!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Amy Jennings

    A reasonable book on dog nutrition. I paid £17.95 and I think that was too much for what the book actually contained, for that price I had expected a fairly comprehensive book discussing different caloric needs to different breeds and stages of life, what nutrients were needed in those stages and how to get them as well as the mentioned "over 23 recipes." I'd say £9.99 would have been closer the mark for a 191 page paperback. The book is a really good starters guide if you're brand new, explainin A reasonable book on dog nutrition. I paid £17.95 and I think that was too much for what the book actually contained, for that price I had expected a fairly comprehensive book discussing different caloric needs to different breeds and stages of life, what nutrients were needed in those stages and how to get them as well as the mentioned "over 23 recipes." I'd say £9.99 would have been closer the mark for a 191 page paperback. The book is a really good starters guide if you're brand new, explaining the concerns of commercial foods, both dry and wet. It then goes into "human" foods you can and cannot feed your dog. Not the most extensive list of foods, this section lasts 18 pages but was probably the part I found most useful, having picked up a some lessons on foods I was using that had less goodness in than I'd expected and a few I didn't know about. The recipes are okay. There is only five specialist recipes (diabetes, senior, puppy, poorly and skin allergies) the rest being tailored towards healthy adults, some also being treats. The book is very US-centric, all recipes are in cups and some ingredients are difficult/impossible to get outside of the US (I've never even heard of "diatomaceous earth" for example which is an ingredient in the Fresh Breath Cookies.) Overall a good book for beginners or first time dog owners. If you're a well-seasoned dog owner or confident in hunting online for information, I'd probably skip this one or borrow from the library for a quick skim.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Pat

    The recipes in this book are easy to follow and a great read on nutritional value for your dog! My dogs enjoyed the recipes that I fixed for them!

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