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Books you should read

  1. What are the best books out there to read on animal nutrition?

  1. What are the best books out there to read on animal nutrition?

    These books are highly recommended by our customers!

    Foods Pet Die For
    by Ann Martin

    • Description: The commercial pet food industry has a secret to hide -- and Ann Martin wants to make sure you know it. Her research reveals some startling facts: that the pet food industry conducts animal testing in order to improve their product, and includes euthanized cats and dogs in the mix to heighten protein content. In this revised and updated edition, Martin continues to explore the shocking processes by which commercial pet foods are produced. She offers alternative recipes for feeding pets, nutritional advice, and an exploration of "Pet Peeves," in which she explores several scams aimed at pet owners. This groundbreaking book gives us a glimpse into exactly what we are doing when we buy pet food.

    The Nature of Animal Healing
    by Martin Goldstein

    • Description: For two decades, Dr. Martin Goldstein -- America's most successful, renowned holistic veterinarian -- has healed and helped his animal patients with the same natural therapies that benefit humans. The results have been so astounding that today critically sick pets are brought to him from across the country for a new chance at life and health.

    Dr. Pitcairn's Complete Guide to Natural Healing for Dogs & Cats
    by Richard Pitcairn

    • Description: The guide to a natural lifestyle for dogs and cats is now completely updated. The authors, noted specialists in chemical-free nutrition and natural healing for pets, show dog and cat owners how to provide the very best in companionship and lifelong care.

    The Whole Pet Diet
    by Andi Brown

    • Description: Despite their promise of a complete and balanced meal, most commercial pet foods are chock-full of dangerous by-products, indigestible fillers, and chemical preservatives. It's no wonder that owners spends thousands of dollars every year treating their pets' digestive disorders, tumors, joint and back problems, skin irritations, allergies, and heart, liver, and kidney disease. In THE WHOLE PET DIET, Andi Brown combines simple home cooking with natural supplements, dedicated playtime, exercise, and good old-fashioned pampering to help regulate pets' weight and tap into their natural healing powers.

    The Holistic Dog Book
    by Denise Flaim

    • Description: "This book is an important contribution to improving the health, well-being and care of our closest animal companion, the dog. No one with a dog should be without this book." — From the Foreword by Dr. Michael W. Fox. "The Holistic Dog Book" addresses your whole dog and all the ways you can bring a more natural approach to your dog's care. Whether you're interested in essential oils, homeopathy, natural diets, herbal remedies, acupuncture, massage or emotionally satisfying training, you'll find what you need to make well-informed decisions about what's right for the both of you.

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