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Feeding Older Dogs e-Booklet

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Presenting truths and identifying myths about feeding older dogs. The importance of feeding correctly before problems arise cannot be overstated.

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  • The physiological changes during old age, truths about the links between diet and arthritis, impact of diet and supplements on older kidneys, hearts and much more, are the focus of this booklet.

    The information provided should be of interest to people feeding a home-prepared diet to canine seniors. Owners of younger dogs are urged to become familiar with facts before problems of old age may arise. Never underestimate what proacive nutrition can do!
  • PDF Format - This format is the best for viewing on your PC or if you want to print out the book. You will need the Adobe PDF Reader available here.

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