How To Get Your Dog To Eat: A Pet Parent's Guide to Picky Eating

How To Get Your Dog To Eat: A Pet Parent's Guide to Picky Eating

by Mary DiTosto

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ISBN-13: 9781973839521
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 07/23/2017
Pages: 126
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

About the Author

Mary DiTosto is an author, a pet blogger at the YourDesignerDog Blog, and most importantly, a Dog Mom to a sweet little Yorkipoo named Sadie.

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Reviewed by Sarah Stuart for Readers' Favorite How To Get Your Dog To Eat: A Pet Parent’s Guide to Picky Eating (Happy Healthy Dogs Book 2) by Mary DiTosto is a marvellous book. You have a dog that doesn’t want to eat? You’ve consulted a veterinarian and ruled out illness? Read on. Causes of a lack of appetite… Assorted ways to make your dog’s food more attractive in taste and smell… What to avoid doing that might cause your dog not to want to eat… Different feeding routines… Homemade games that cost nothing… How to choose the best puzzle toys for your dog… How do you know when your dog is ready to eat at the weekend, or on holiday, when his/her routine is disrupted? Still have questions? Mary DiTosto very likely has the answers. I have had dogs all my life, either from puppies or rescued adults. I’d seen it all, or I thought I had, until I read How To Get Your Dog To Eat: A Pet Parent’s Guide to Picky Eating. Who would have thought that dogs’ feeding bowls could have such an effect on the taste and smell of your dog’s food? We all know puppies miss Mom, but has it crossed your mind that Grandma’s poppet, who absolutely adores you, misses Grandma if you care for him/her while she’s on holiday? Mary DiTosto’s How To Get Your Dog To Eat is a treasure trove of tips, a fun read, and beautifully illustrated. Buy it to meet Sadie and keep it forever. If Grandma wants to borrow it, buy her a copy too.