Canine Nutrition

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This complete guide enables owners to help their dogs be the healthiest ever through proper nutrition. The author teaches owners how to interpret dog food labels to enable them to make informed decisions. He also offers extensive chapters on such important subjects as allocating treats and table scraps, deciding whether supplementation is necessary, and feeding dogs through different life stages and with various medical conditions…. More >>

Canine Nutrition

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5 Responses to Canine Nutrition

  • DoubleDogs says:

    I have been making home-made diets for my dogs for years and have several books on nutrition but this book is the one I always reach for first! It is easy to understand yet has lots of detailed information on nutrient requirements and recipes, along with chapters on diets for medical conditions and nutritional supplementation for diseases.

    My copy is dogeared and highlighted and has lots of scraps of paper sticking out of the pages. It will take you a long time to out-grow this book.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  • schultz says:

    this is one of the three best books out there on canine nutrition and a must have for anyone who is serious about cooking for their dogs or even just buying commercial brands. be sure to add this to your collection.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  • Helen M says:

    This book is packed full of must know informatiion for today’s dog owners. I have been a dog owner as long as I can remember, my parents breed collies. It seems though dogs have more health issues now. This book was very user friendly and informative. My current dogs seems to have more issues than any before him. This book has given me information to get him healthy and keep him healthy. Thank you thank you
    Rating: 5 / 5

  • Just Me says:

    This book gives a scientific look at dog nutrition. Not just guesses, but based on studies. Thorough coverage of the topic — pregnancy, growth, work, etc. Wish they would update it though.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  • Overall, the book gives a good review of vitamins, minerals, etc and what roles they play in the body. I was looking for the recipes mostly but found them a bit weird, honestly. Psyllium husks were used in every recipe “for fiber.” I prefer the recipes by Dr. Strombeck in his pet recipe book.

    Rating: 3 / 5