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Andrew Lewis' Dog Food Secrets And Daniel Stevens' SitStayFetch Or Secrets to Dog Training Reviews


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By : Fersner Stromyer   99 or more times read
Submitted 2013-07-05 02:04:05

If you are a dog lover, you undoubtedly wish no less than a longer life for your canine friend and would do every necessary step possible to make sure that that happens. Nutrition is one of the most important factors involved in prolonging a dog's life and the good news is, you have complete control over it. This is why it is necessary that you get yourself educated on the kinds of food that you serve your dog, especially processed ones, and get to know what really goes into those. Your dog relies on you heavily for its sustenance just as you rely on it for its loyalty and companionship, so you pretty much owe it as much.

Dog Food Secrets by Andrew Lewis is a no holds barred expose of how we have been unwittingly scammed by many companies, including and especially big ones, into buying dog food that they say have nutritional components but are in fact junk that include road kill, plastic, decaying carcasses of animal that does indeed include dogs and other poisonous substances. The book details how all these are stuffed into the product. Needless to say, I strongly suggest you get a copy of the book. I know these are bold words to say, that's why you have to read it to believe it.

Among the many diseases and illnesses your dog may experience if you continue to feed it with these toxic dog food are: weak or deformed bones, chronic skin and ear infections, chronic flea and worm infestations, an impaired ability to heal from wounds, kidney failure, liver failure, immune system collapse, epilepsy, cancer and even behavioral alterations like aggression that makes dog unsafe around children. And these are even just a few of the effects. On a side note, behavioral problems like aggression may have other causes than toxic dog food. So if you've ruled the latter out, try using as reference this excellent dog training book called Secrets to Dog Training (SitStayFetch) by Daniel Stevens.

Getting back on track, the good news is you can identify or separate the bad dog foods from the good ones through a trick called "reading labels". The ingredient "animal sources" in dog food should give you an idea that the company behind the product can technically put any kind of animal in there. There are those that name their animal sources like "chicken" or "beef" and, yes, they will be legally bound to put only byproducts that come from these animals. It has to be emphasized though that this qualification can include the specified animal's dung, carcasses, diseased meat and unusual organs, among others. If you think this isn't acceptable for your dog, make sure you buy products that have "human grade ingredients" in their labels. If you want to learn more techniques and tricks on how to read and decode dog food labels, check out SitStayFetch Review at ReviewMOZ.org.


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