Avoid the vet by learning how to treat your pup's symptoms and know that a better diet means a healthier, happier dog.
Is your pup fighting to feel better? Your dog's skin problems, ear infections, bowel issues, obesity, seizures, and bladder issues can often be treated by changing the type of ingredients, calories, or moisture in your dog's diet.
The Dog Diet Answer Book helps dog owners better understand their dog's dietary needs and what ingredients to feed them. With this practical guide, veterinarian Greg Martinez helps you:
Diagnose common health problems
Decipher ingredient labels
Feed your dog beneficial nutrients
Identify common allergens
Understand the difference between types of dog foods and diets
Make home-cooked meals and treats for your dog
Decide when to purchase high-quality commercial dog food or add healthy human food, oils, raw food, or home cooking to your pet's diet
This resource will give you the tools to adjust your dog's diet in accordance with his nutritional needs so that he leads a long, happy, and healthy life.
Greg Martinez has been a partner/owner of Gilroy Veterinary Hospital (Gilroy, CA) for more than 30 years. He found that many chronic problems were not helped by medication, like skin, ear, and bowel issues. He began to see more and more success when incorporating better feeding practices in his treatment. Greg's self-published books, Dog Dish Diet and Feed Your Pet to Avoid the Vet teach pet owners how to choose commercial food, avoid grains, feed healthy oils, add human food, or feed homecooked meals to avoid allergies or medical problems.