Whole Dog Journal Tips December 3, 2012

(The Encyclopedia of Natural Pet Care #4) Do Dogs Require a “Balanced Diet”?

The notion that every meal an animal eats should be completely balanced is a recent invention resulting from the use of packaged foods. If you were restricted to the same food in the same amount every day for the rest of your life, each identical meal would have to be nutritionally balanced because you would have no other source of nutrients. But you don’t eat this way, you don’t feed your children that way and animals in the wild don’t eat that way. It’s completely unnatural. What matters is not whether tonight’s dinner contains 100 percent of every nutrient your body requires but whether all of the combined foods you eat today or this week provide them.

From long-time Whole Dog Journal contributor CJ Puotinen’s  incredible resource, The Encyclopedia of Natural Pet Care,  this  500+ page volume is everything you need to know to ensure good health and long life for your dog. You can purchase it right now from Whole Dog Journal.

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