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The Good Food Cookbook for Dogs: 50 Home-Cooked Recipes for the Health and Happiness of Your Canine Companion review List Price: $19.99 Deal Price : $11.99 You Save : $8.00 (40 %) Or Click Here Usually ships in 24 hours Eligible for FREE Super Saver Shipping Detail : ASIN: 1592530672 Paperback Book Product Description-The Good Food Cookbook for Dogs: 50 Home-Cooked Recipes for the Health and Happiness of Your Canine Companion We are an animal-loving population, with consumers in the United States, Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom spending top dollar on their pets. This trend indicates that pet owners want the best for their dogs and cats. Scientific research shows that home-cooked meals are better for your pets -- especially dogs and cats -- than store-brand food. Feeding pets all-natural homemade food and treats not only provides nutritional and health benefits, but allows pet owners to meet their pet's taste preferences and special needs, and gives them the opportunity to nurture their dog or cat as they would any other member of the family.The Good Food Cookbook for Dogs is full of information on nutrition for your pet and dozens of stories and recipes from real animal lovers and pet owners that give an intimate, personal voice to the book. Related Product: - The Healthy Dog Cookbook: 50 Nutritious & Delicious Recipes Your Dog Will Love - Dr. Pitcairn's New Complete Guide to Natural Health for Dogs and Cats - The Culinary Canine: Great Chefs Cook for Their Dogs - And So Can You! - Real Food for Dogs: 50 Vet-Approved Recipes for a Healthier Dog - Everything Cooking for Dogs Book: 150 Quick and Easy Healthy Recipes Your Dog Will Love (Everything: Cooking) http://astore.amazon.com/konhollow-20/detail/1592530672 http://store.xiiiv.com/?t=the-good-food-cookbook-dogs-50-home-cooked-recipes-health-happiness-your&i=1592530672 Customer Reviews: 77 of 79 people found the following review helpful Good Transitional Book, July 2, 2006 By Josephine Biasi (Fremont, CA, USA) This review is from: The Good Food Cookbook for Dogs: 50 Home-Cooked Recipes for the Health and Happiness of Your Canine Companion (Paperback) I am completely obsessed with cooking for pets. I still buy every book out there on the subject. I recently went to Barnes and Noble and found this book there so I picked it up.First the bad:She has VERY conflicting information in her introduction. First she claims that commercial dog food is best for dogs because "dogs have complex nutritional needs" and "they need crunchies to keep their teeth clean" Personally I don't believe either of these statements. The dog food company came about to prevent waste in the meat industry and so all meat not fit for human consumption when to pet food manufacturers. Also if commercial dog food was good for dog's teeth, why do we have so many dogs with teeth problems that have lived in commercial food for such a long time? Nope that just doesn't make sense to me.Then after she makes the above claims she states that if you make food for your dogs "you will know what is in the food you make" and "It will have few to... (4) 40 of 41 people found the following review helpful My dogs give it 4 paws up, February 28, 2005 By Gizmom This review is from: The Good Food Cookbook for Dogs: 50 Home-Cooked Recipes for the Health and Happiness of Your Canine Companion (Paperback) FINALLY! A cookbook that suggests portion sizes based on the size of the dog. (It's something that was seriously lacking in the other cookbook I've read). And one that lists ingredients that I can actually find in the grocery store. The stews are wonderful. One batch feeds my gang of three for over a week. My guys love it -- they are all now members of the "Clean Bowl Club". Can't wait to try some of the treat recipes on them. 25 of 25 people found the following review helpful Fun book but not what I expected, March 8, 2007 By A. Schaeffer "missycakes" (austin, tx) This review is from: The Good Food Cookbook for Dogs: 50 Home-Cooked Recipes for the Health and Happiness of Your Canine Companion (Paperback) I bought this book and Barker's Grub. This book is fun, and nice to look at and does have some good recipes (especially for treats) but I honestly didn't feel comfortable cooking these recipes for my dog on a daily basis. They seemed a bit more careless and thrown together (as in = your dog will love this) and not as conscious of what's healthy and nutrious for your pup. They also seem to be items that go with your dog's processed food instead of "in lieu of." I'd recommend it if you just want something to spice it up every once in a while but not as a full-diet.
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