Choosing the right dog food in a world with too many choices Walking down the dog food aisle in a pet supply superstore can present you with an overwhelming number of choices. Reading about dog food on the internet can make your head spin with so many opinions and stories. And judging the content that you find on dog food packaging can be confusing and misleading. How can the average dog owner make an informed choice in accordance with her dogas age, size and condition? In her latest book, author Linda Case describes how to make logical, evidence-based decisions for what to feed your dog amid all the options available. You will learn ac How pet food marketers appeal to your emotions to persuade you to buy a particular type of dog food. ac To distinguish between scientific, evidence-based information and the anecdotal evidence which is so pervasiveaand often misleadingain the dog food arena. ac Is there a scientific basis for dog foods designed specifically for puppies, senior dogs, canine athletesaeven various breeds of dogs? ac How to read and evaluate all of the material included on a typical package of dog food from the ingredients and label claims (aNatural, a aAnti-Oxidant, a aLow Fata), to the Nutrient Analysis and Nutritional Adequacy statements. ac How to avoid choice paralysis and the cognitive traps that can interfere with clear decision making. What experts are saying about Dog Food Logic Pet food is like a religion for manyabut now those strong emotional ties can be backed up with fact. Linda Case separates fact from fiction, explains the complex terms and offers a guide to pet nutrition in simple to comprehend language. Unlike other books on this topic, there is no agenda hereaexcept to present facts and then allow pet owners to make their own logical conclusions, letting the kibble drop where it may. Steve Dale, CABC, columnist Tribune Content Agency; radio host Black Dog Radio Productions and WGN Radio (Chicago); contributing editor USA Weekend; special correspondent Cat Fancy; author Good Cat! Dog Food Logic is the indispensable guide to the science behind canine nutrition that will help us to make wise, well-informed choices about how and what we feed our dogs. It takes the fear out of trying to understand proper nutrition and will empower us to determine what is best for the health of our dogs. Claudia Kawczynska, Founder and Editor-in-chief of The Bark Donat read this book if you want someone to tell you what to feed your dog. This is a book for people who want to learn, in a reasoned and thoughtful way, how to figure it out for themselves. Dog Food Logic goes way beyond the usual textbook list of nutritional requirements to cover the pet food industry in all its glory: the history, the business, the marketing, and best of all, the science. Case deftly navigates the most controversial topics in pet food and presents the big picture without interjecting judgment about what approach is best. Thereas something here for everyone: pet care professionals and dog lovers alike will learn something new from this informative, easy to read, and well researched book. Jessica Vogelsang, DVM, CVJ, author, speaker, and CEO of Pawcurious Mediatraining centeruses a smelly (horrendously stinky, actually) fishbased soft treatasahighvaluetreatfordogs who are not ... However, theyarealso not well balanced nutritionallyandcause diarrhea insome dogs because of their highfatcontent.
|Title||:||Dog Food Logic|
|Author||:||Linda P. Case, M.S.|
|Publisher||:||Dogwise Publishing - 2014-02-12|