LICKING THEIR CHOPS
The dog owners complete guide to natural feeding.
by Zoe Loudon
About the Book
"I have heard so many different opinions on what is best to feed my dog that now I'm confused and don't know what to do?"
This book is based on the most commonly asked question in dog ownership. What to feed?
'Licking Their Chops' was written to tell you the difference between man made foods vs. raw natural diets. It explains what you will find in a bag of dry or tinned processed food, where do the ingredients come from, how is it made in the factory, how to make an informed decision on buying the right type of food and what benefits do raw foods have for your dog?
This comprehensive feeding guide is broken up into three easy to read sections.
The first section explains how commercial kibble is made and what ingredients are actually in a bag of dog food.
The second section will tell you what ingredients in your kitchen are either safe or toxic when feeding to your dog.
The third section gives you both raw and cooked recipes that are quick and easy to make for your dog.
Natural is in!
These fast & fool proof recipes are designed for both puppies and adult dogs for everyday use.
There are also recipes for specific ailments & health issues your dog may have such as arthritis, malnourishment, obesity, sensitive stomachs, skin conditions and allergies.
Written by a professional with years and years experience. Easy to understand, knowledgeable and one of the best dog food books you will ever read.
Zoe Loudon is an Australian animal lover who has a passion for pet health and nutrition. Previously a veterinary nurse for many years, and with over a decade experience working in the animal industry, she noticed a lack of concern over what pet owners feed their pets. Food is medicine! Just like us humans, what we give our pets to eat dictates their overall health and life span. "Licking their chops" is her first book all about nutrition and recipes to make at home for dogs. She hopes to follow up with a second book soon. Zoe lives in Melbourne with her two children, whippet Flynn, two black and white cats and rabbits.