K9Kitchen: The Truth Behind The Hype
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Cutting through the current myths that surround home-prepared canine diets, this book presents facts as well as respectful consideration to feeding each dog as an individual.
DescriptionWe begin with basic information, moving toward a better understanding of the nutritional needs of dogs, and providing analyses of commonly fed raw meaty bones and green tripe.
The book provides 60 diet plans (20 cooked, 20 raw and 20 combination diets), the latest NRC nutrient requirements for adult dogs, and a step-by-step guideline to help the reader formulate a balanced diet.
Includes nutrient analyses of raw chicken necks, chicken wings, chicken backs, turkey necks, whole rabbit, whole duck and green tripe.
RecommendationsA must-read for dog owners who want facts that can help them to formulate a home-prepared diet and learn more about canine nutrition as a whole.
Product ReviewsAdd your review of this product Global rating: 5.00 from 5 reviewsMay 8, 2022
Exceptional!!! by Linda Baxter ( GA US)
Couldn’t put it down. Reread many times. Now using it as reference. The information will help you understand truths about canine nutrition. Once you know you’ll never fall for hype on social media again. I’d give this 10 stars if I could.Jan 10, 2019
This is instead of a course by J. Golden ( US)
I took an online course on canine nutrition and could have saved money and time if I'd just bought this book first. Monica has a golden reputation for her knowledge and ability to teach through her books. Now I know why.Jan 8, 2012
Only Book On Formulating A Canine DIet by Erich (Des Moines Io US)
I was looking for books based on National Research Council standards for canine diets. Two other books, by Dr Becker and Scott Brown, are both good books with sound information. However, this book appears to be the best one for teaching people create canine meal plans. I feed my dogs mostly raw beef hearts, and turkey hearts. Using this book, I am able to formulate a sound diet based on those two main foods. It helps the reader convert data from the USDA nutrition database to the NRC standards. Have not found a similar book for cats, but it appears creating a feline diet would use the same process. Next step in learning about canine nutrition is to get the actual NRC book, which is about $250.Sep 4, 2011
Great Book by Ana Hill, Dvm, PhD ( Oh US)
This book is full of practical information, educational stories, and personal experience, written in a pleasant and easy-to-read format. It provides the devoted dog enthusiast with balanced recipes and well-researched information, combined with wisdom and sparkling humor. A nutrition-focused tribute to the human/animal bond and what makes having a dog so special!Sep 4, 2011
A Must Read by Susan Wynn, DVM (Atlanta Ge US)
Once again, Monica Segal has taken on the many questions and controversies surrounding homemade and raw diets and beaten them. Her approach is well investigated, fair and comprehensive. This is a must read for pet owners who need responsible information about homemade diets