Let Food Be Their Medicine: Using Nature's Principles to Help Your Dog Thrive

Let Food Be Their Medicine: Using Nature's Principles to Help Your Dog Thrive

by Kristin Clark

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Overview

More and more dog owners around the world are supporting their dog's wellness and vitality by feeding them a species-appropriate raw food diet. By feeding their dogs what they have evolved to need, they are helping to support them so they can thrive. Let Food Be Their Medicine: Using Nature's Principles to Help Your Dog Thrive describes how to get started feeding your dog a species-appropriate raw food diet, the logistics and nuances of feeding this way, common fears about feeding a species-appropriate raw food diet, detoxing and the healing response, and much more.

By taking the mystery out of feeding a "raw" diet, this book helps you feel confident about how to feed your dog so they can live their optimal life. Using a clear, engaging style, and solid, easy-to-understand information, Kristin Clark takes the guesswork out of raw feeding so you can focus on what's really important: enjoying your beloved dog.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781519236814
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 08/24/2016
Pages: 82
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.21(d)

About the Author

Kristin Clark is certified by the American Council of Animal Naturopathy as a Small Animal Naturopath and Carnivore Nutrition Consultant. A member of the American Association of Drugless Practitioners, she is also the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Raw Pet Digest, an international magazine publication devoted to teaching pet owners how to help their dogs and cats thrive naturally. Kristin provides consulting services to owners that want to help their beloved pets live their optimal lives, and she also regularly speaks on topics related to natural pet health promotion. Kristin has 4 dogs and a cat, all of whom would've given two thumbs up for this book if they only had thumbs (except maybe the cat. He wasn't too happy the book was only about dogs, but was willing to overlook it--somewhat--for lots of treats).

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