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What to Feed Your Dog By KamiLee Woodring
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Are you ever worried about what human foods are dangerous to your dogs? This book explains easily and briefly the foods you can and cannot give to your dog. It also contains some other information;... More > such as recipes, training tips, vocabulary, and information about poisonous plants.< Less
Feed the Dog... Let Out the Cat By Don Baird
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Join us in a journey of Ideas and Barks. Learn a Stray Dog's secret how to finish what you start. Go ahead and have the ahaaaa - your latest great idea! Now you'll have more tools to pursue it. It's... More > all about attitude!< Less
“ Feed Your Dog” A Cookbook for the Dog Lover in YOU! By LA Snyder
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Healthy meals that you can make for your dog! You can really make good, nutritious food for your dog and not take hours out of every day doing it!
Natural Feeding for Dogs and Cats: A Brief Introduction By Christopher Day
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FREE! This eBook is produced in order to introduce the subject of more natural feeding of dogs and cats, as a viable and (in the author's opinion) preferable alternative to manufactured pet food. It... More > is designed mainly with the beginner in mind. Seeking to mimic Nature as closely as possible and practical seems more logical, since dogs and cats have evolved with natural feeding over millions of years. Modern manufactured foods are the product of a profit-driven industry and have only been with us for just over half a century. Those who feed a fresh and species-appropriate diet that is close to Nature claim great health and welfare benefits for their animals.< Less
Feeding the "Dog-Tired" The Field Trialer's Cookbook By Tessa Hughes
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A collection of delicious recipes and interesting photographs from members of field trial and hunting clubs.
Not for Dogs By Joanie Halter
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Feed Your Dog the Natural Way : The Platform Upon Which to Build Health By Christopher Day
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Christopher Day MRCVS advocates a relaxed, common-sense and simple-to-follow approach to providing your dog with a species-suitable, fresh and wholesome diet, which has brought health and welfare... More > benefits to so many of his patients. He draws on more than 43 years of experience in holistic veterinary practice. In the author's opinion, expensive and vigorously-marketed manufactured dog foods are not the best way to feed your dog for tooth, musculo-skeletal and immune health and for a long, happy and active life. Fresh food is best for us and for our dogs. The dog's omnivorous adaptation makes him an easy animal to feed, which means that dietary advice needs to be neither complex nor strictly regulated. If wished a raw diet or prey-model diet can be fed. This book provides a simple guide to taking your dog's health and well-being into your own hands. Your dog will thank you for it, every day. 3rd Edition< Less
A Manual of Toy Dogs : How to Breed, Rear, and Feed Them (Illustrated) By Mrs. Leslie Williams
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Contents: Toy dog for profit; On breeding; The toy bitch when pupping; On rearing pups: On feeding toys; Exhibiting and preparing for exhibition; The choice of breeds; Ailments and illnesses; Club... More > standards, descriptions and points of various toy breeds. “To persuade dog-owners to give meat-feeding a trial—one honest experiment has never in my experience failed to convince the most sceptical—has been my constant endeavour, and I cannot let the "Toy Dog Manual" go forth on another journey without once more laying emphasis on the fact that the really successful dog-owner's secret is a very simple one, spelt in the four letters—MEAT.”< Less
Upcycled Feed Sack Sewing Patterns for Tote Bags By J. F. Johns & C. A. Johns
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Woven polypropylene feed sacks are a durable fabric often covered with stunning natural images. Upcycling feed sacks into beautiful and yet extremely practical products will reduce the amount of... More > non-biodegradable feed sacks in our landfills. This is a book of tote bag sewing patterns designed to use woven polypropylene feed sacks as the fabric. There are patterns for two wine totes, a large tote bag, and a yoga mat tote bag. Inspire your life with the vivid images of natural beauty found on woven polypropylene feed sacks. Upcycled feed sacks are an excellent fabric for making tote bags of all sizes and shapes. The fabric is exceptionally strong for safely carrying heavy loads and extremely easy to keep clean and sanitary with a damp cloth and household cleansers. All you need to get started is some basic sewing skills and a few woven polypropylene feed sacks. Use your imagination to add custom touches and trims to the patterns.< Less
An Ounce of Prevention: Raising and Feeding Animals Naturally By Alethea Kenney, B. S., D. Vet. Hom
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Farming methods have changed substantially in the last 100 years. Pollution, degradation of the ground and water have resulted in soils unable to sustain life for healthy plants, animals, and people.... More > Animals are now a commodity, their lives and health treated with disdain. In An Ounce of Prevention, author Alethea Kenney says there’s still time to change and return to a sustainable way of life. She shares information on how animals live, thrive, reproduce, and die. Kenney focuses on the holistic connection between farm animals and their environment, each species’ unique digestive system and physiological needs, and the most natural way to meet their nutritional needs in a farm or home setting. Complete with a list of resources, this book gives practical advice on raising farm and companion animals based on natural principles, and it reflects on the health of the environment as well as the health of animals, homes, and farms.< Less