In many homes a dog or dogs almost literally become members of our families. The act and surrendering of our human foods over to our dog(s) can seriously harm or even actually kill them. It is because of this love for our animals that this book takes a look at some of the most dangerous foods (and other things) your dog can consume.
Some really surprising details are provided in this book and are documented to advise you on just exactly what foods can cause toxic conditions in your dog. We will look at how our safe food stuffs affect their bodies adversely and what you can and must do when these deadly foods and other consumable emergencies arise.
It cannot be emphasized enough that the many foods we like can be dangerous to animals. This book will alert you to the various symptoms you should be on the lookout for if your dog is fed or gets into the many human foods and household items so commonly available around your home.
Better to be safe than sorry is the norm for a family member and it can be said we should be just as cautious about our pets as well don’t you think? That being said, even if you only suspect your pet(s) have inhaled, consumed or come in contact with some kind of toxic substance, stay calm, cool and collect. This book will tell you what to look for and where to call in the event your dog suddenly has emergency needs.
As hard as it is to do, it is actually best to stick to pet food and the diets recommended by our veterinarians. After reading this book, you will definitely know beyond any reasonable doubt as to why!
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About the Author
Ronald E. Hudkins (1951-Present) was born in Canton, Ohio and grew up in Massillon, Ohio. He was drafted into military service in 1970 where he remained up until 1993 when he retired honorably from the U.S. Army, Military Police Corps. During his service and after, he attended many universities that include Kent State University, Maryland University, Central Texas College (European Branch), Blair Junior College, Hagerstown Junior College and Phoenix University. He mostly completed general studies but declared two majors in the areas of Business Administration and a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology. Although he was an intelligent student he was never on the Dean's List, or voted a most likely to succeed candidate. He did not graduate with any specific degree however if you were to consider all his credits and self-study he could reasonably be considered a Rogue Scholar.