Discover how to protect your dog's health
with these dog nutrition secrets...
You Can Save $1,000s in Vet Bills By Making A Few Simple Changes
your Dog's Diet
Are you sure that the food you feed your dog
has all the proper nutrients and none of the toxic ingredients that can
make him sick?
Let's face it. Your dog will get sick. They all do. Does this make you
It doesn't have to, because there is something you can do. In a few
moments, you'll have all the information you need to help prevent
disease in your dog.
If your dog already suffers from a health condition, such as
arthritis, diabetes or cancer, you'll know how to ease the disease and
aid in recovery through diet.
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Poor Nutrition Dangers
First, let's look at some of the health problems
your dog could face if
he (or she) does not get good dog nutrition.
poor physical development
weak bone structure
major illnesses (diabetes, cancer, liver
disease and more...)
... and many other conditions
As you can see, dogs need good quality food just
as humans do. They are just as susceptible to health issues if they do
not get it.
I know you love your dog.
You will do whatever is necessary to keep him or her healthy... Right?
it surprise you to know that you can help prevent diseases in your
dog? And if your dog already has a condition, you can help in the
recovery process by making simple adjustments to your dog's diet.
All you do is switch your dog to an entirely new diet that is loaded with the
right nutrients... nutrients that actually fight disease naturally. You
can get it from quality commercial food and from making nutrient-rich
find out how to do that in my completely revised book...
Healthy Dog Nutrition Secrets
Disease specific nutrition advice to
help prevent disease and aid in recovery
My book spells out exactly what you need
to know about dangerous toxins and healthy nutrition.
It provides a wealth of information on
dog nutrition and how it can affect your dog's ability to fend of and
recover from typical illnesses.
It focuses on specific diseases that
are common in dogs, from minor issues like fleas and allergies to more
serious ones like diabetes, cancer, kidney disease, and heart problems.
You no longer have to just hope for
can take action right now.
Discover what foods encourage health in your dog.
Find out what foods are dangerous and even lethal to dogs.
Get advice on specific diseases, how to prevent them and
how to treat them naturally through dietary changes.
This comprehensive manual
begins with an overview of certain diets - the good and the bad. It
provides a breakdown of all the nutrients your dog needs through all
stages of life and how they help. It explains which foods help prevent
illnesses and those that treat many of the diseases that pose
a threat to your dog.
Take a look at this abbreviated
list of what the book covers.
Healthy Dog Nutrition Secrets
Vegetarian Dog Food
Do-It-Yourself Vegetarian Dog Diet
People Food - Good and Bad
What is the raw food diet?
Basics of Nutrition
The Truth About Garlic
Bones, Joints, Arthritis
Glucosamine and Chondroitin for arthritis and hip
How to Ease Arthritis Pain In Your Dog
Dietary recommendations for dogs with cancer
Anti-cancer diet suggestion
A Word About Raw Food Diets and Cancer Patients
Skin & Coat Problems
Stages of Life
What are my
qualifications for writing this book?
Granted, I am not a dog or nutrition
professional, but I do know how to find vital information.
My background is journalism which entails
understanding the research and presenting it in a way that the layperson
can understand and apply. Through 25 years of experience in research,
writing, editing and publishing, I have earned three distinguished
journalism awards for excellence.
Perhaps more important, I am a lifelong
dog owner, so I have a vested interest in learning this material for
my own use as well as yours.
Prior to writing this book, I made many of
the mistakes you could be making. For instance, I paid no attention to
dog food labels. The cheaper the food, the better, because that was all
I could afford. However, I paid for it in other ways.
Let me tell you a little story about my dog,
Cindy was an energetic, fun-loving puppy who was a vision of health:
shiny coat, bright eyes, lots of character.
But she got cancer and died.
I had to ask why. How did it happen? What could I have done to
prevent it? It was too late by the time I found the answers - things I
could have done that would have given Cindy all of the years we should
have enjoyed together
Cindy was especially precious. She was 10 when she
died of cancer.
She was a robust lab/chow mix who
should have lived much longer.
At 8, she had developed an orange-sized
tumor on her chest. The operations ran me $1,500, but our efforts to
save her came too late. The cancer spread to her heart two short years
It was devastating to see
her take those final few steps into the emergency vet hospital. Yes, she
Cindy was brave and strong, but the cancer was too
much for her. The next morning, I stood comforting her while she lay
convulsing on the examination table, her eyes glazing over and slowly
rolling upwards. All the vet
could do was ease her final moments with an injection. And it was all
Cindy was gone.
Devastated, I wept as I stroked her for the last time
No doubt, you have a beloved dog like my Cindy. And chances are, you
know how painful it is to lose your loving companion.
puppy, she was funny and an absolute delight to have around. Even as an
adult, she loved to play with her squeaky toy. It accompanied her
She frequently made me laugh when we played her favorite
games, like 'catch me (and my toy) if you can' as we raced around the
Two years after her death, I still miss her
twinkling eyes and mischievous character.
did not get proper nutrition as a puppy
from a home where the owner could not afford to feed the mother of her
litter. I kept in touch with the person who took one of her siblings.
One year later, her dog was very ill. She had joint problems and could
barely walk, and her coat was dull. She died before her 5th birthday.
I think it
was because she did not get the proper food as a puppy. And I think
that's also part of the reason why Cindy didn't live to her life
expectancy of 12 years.
happened to Cindy doesn't have to happen to your dog.
think you are giving your dog quality food, but you might be surprised
to learn that many commercial brands don't meet that expectation.
Discover the hidden dangers that lurk in that bag or tin of dog food...
And other vital facts
that you need to know to ensure your
dog stays healthy and gets the best care possible.
Since Cindy's untimely death, I've done considerable research into just
what could have caused her cancer and took her from me. That's when I
learned about how dog food additives can affect a dog's life.
When I read about the tainted gluten that China supplied to our dog food
manufacturers, I got angry.
It was causing various health issues in pets. Those who didn't die or
fully recover were left with ongoing medical problems including kidney
The more I researched, the more upset I became.
Nikki, my lovable American Eskimo, is the dog I decided to use on my
He was more fortunate than Cindy. He lived a happy, healthy life to the
ripe age of 16-1/2 when he died of kidney failure.
Nikki didn't suffer very long, but knowing what I do now, I can't help
but wonder if his kidney failure was a result of the food I fed him all
Like you, I trusted the dog food manufacturers to provide quality,
nutritious and safe food. I've since discovered that even Purina, one of
the top producers in the country, used corn as a filler. Corn provides
little if any food value to dogs. It just fills them up so they feel
Did you know that
dogs cannot digest corn very well?
This important fact makes this even
more disturbing. If you've ever given your dog corn in table scraps, you
know what I mean. It passes right through.
Scientists now know that many products just don't deliver. In fact, many
contain additives that are toxic and can cause any number of diseases in
your dog, including cancer and kidney failure.
Some dogs will eat anything.
Here's another mistake I made.
Are you one of
those dog owners who pamper your dog? Or do you believe that dogs have a
strong constitution and don't need much pampering?
This information that
I'm about to share is equally important to both types of owners. You can
pamper your dog into a short life or you can miss some important details
about dog care that can jeopardize your dog's life.
It's vital that
you choose your dog food wisely to ensure your dog stays healthy, energized and
fit. The goal of this letter is to inform you, so that you know exactly
what foods to avoid, what to look for when you make your selections, and
overlook proper dog training as part of your dog's health regimen.
Training helps to keep your dog safe in so many ways, from chewing toxic
substances to obeying your commands. To help you get started with some
of the basics, I've put together this free mini-course to guide you in
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the Desk of: Sylvia Dickens
Fellow Dog Lover,
May I share a little story with
mother always sent us to the local Purina manufacturer down the
road to buy our dog food. Back then, Purina provided local farms with
food for their animals, including chickens. The store was handy. The
food was affordable (we didn't have much money back then). And it came
directly from the farm. It had to be good.
I'll never forget walking
across those creaky wooden floors at the outlet every single week to pick up our
supply and inhaling that odor of chicken feed.
Looking back now, I
can't help wondering whether a chicken feed supplier has sufficient
expertise to provide quality dog food. Back then, we didn't pay that
much attention to our dogs' diets.
used to give our dog table scraps along with the dog food. Since there
were five of us, that amounted to a significant quantity of leftovers. We
kids delighted in experimenting with different food items to see just
what Jeannie, our Cocker Spaniel, would devour.
got grapes, radishes, raisins, apples, pieces of orange, orange rinds, potato
peelings, raw potatoes (she loved those), potato chips, chocolate chip cookies, candies,
and so much more.
Little did we know that
dogs cannot tolerate many
human foods. We had no idea the risk we exposed her to.
For instance, we
had no idea that chocolate can cause a dog to have seizures or that
raisins can cause digestive upset in dogs! Heaven knows the effect other
foods could have caused our pets.
course, our antics did little to enforce our parents' dog training
efforts. She begged constantly and she ate almost anything she found
which, in itself, posed a danger. Once she even ate cigarette butts.
A few years ago, I began
hearing about dog allergies and food reactions and how apparently
innocent food can hurt my dog.
I was stunned to hear of dogs dying from Gluten, a
chemical food additive
led to some revealing truths.
toxic and dangerous chemicals are added to dog food. For years, manufacturers have minimized the real food value and
fillers. It's a strategy to do one thing only... boost their profits
while cutting costs.
Did you know
that with every meal, your dog could be ingesting Pentobarbital,
a drug used to
euthanize cattle and horses? According to the FDA, scientists
ran tests on several samples of dog food and discovered residues of
pentobarbital, that they assumed to be entering the pet food from
euthanized, rendered cattle and possibly horses.
my research continued, I discovered the dangers that
my dogs faced at every meal. When the truth about gluten and
melamine was revealed, it
spread like wildfire through the news media and the internet. Every few weeks, it was something
else… and reports of yet more dogs dying or becoming severely ill.
don't know about you, but I was panicked!
I had new dogs to worry about since Cindy's death.
After reading the literature and taking notes, I put together my
Healthy Dog Nutrition Secrets package to help you avoid the
hefty vet bills and heartache that so many people continue to suffer.
You can benefit from my knowledge
by reading my new book,
Dog Nutrition Secrets" and avoid the suffering Cindy
endured in her final year of life.
It explains everything you need to know
about dog food and how to keep your dog healthy for many years to come.
It tells you – sincerely and in practical, down-to-earth language – what
you can do to protect your beloved dog through diet.
discusses not only processed dog food, but human foods that can harm
your dog. The package includes some great recipes you can make
to ensure your dog gets only the best nutrition, free of dangerous
chemicals and useless fillers.
This is a
must read for any dog owner! If you are serious about your
dog's health, you really need to get Sylvia Dickens' book
'Healthy Dog Nutrition Secrets'.
This huge 160+ page book is the most in depth book on this
subject that I have ever read. There is a massive section on
diet, dog food and allergies and believe me if you think you
know everything about this subject, you don't! I learned
about certain daily supplements that I can give my dog to
help with her arthritis.
In the rest of the book, Sylvia also covers things such as
the problems created by worms and fleas as well as dental
problems and then she offers the solutions to these
This is an excellent and informative read, thanks Sylvia!
new book, Healthy Dog Nutrition Secrets, is
experience, insights, knowledge and personal writing
style you’ve brought to this endeavor make this a
Must Have for anyone who has even THOUGHT of owning
wealth of information you’ve presented is an amazing
array of every facet of dog nutrition, and your
research skills are commendable.
love for dogs shows, too, in each of your personal
stories, and gives me a strong sense of trust in
you, so much! Your book will truly make our dog’s
life a more pleasant, HEALTHY one!
Discover what I
dog nutrition and dog food dangers
and how your dog can be
Healthy Dog Nutrition Secrets, you'll read about:
The value of a good diet and what
a poor diet means to your dog
The detrimental effects of an
Your dog's nutrition regimen and
why puppies are protected (for awhile)
Dog food choices and how to
choose the best one for your dog
Help for an overweight dog – Is
diet dog food the right choice?
Facts you should know about table
scraps – hint: Bones are taboo
Does your dog need vitamin
supplements? You might be surprised
The importance of food choices
for a pregnant dog, and why you should care
The real story behind dog treats
– Your dog could be allergic – or worse
other surprising dog nutrition facts.
addition, you'll discover just how devastating poor nutrition can be for
your dog. Did you know… right now he or she might be at risk of developing any one of these
life-threatening illnesses caused
by improper nutrition?
attributable to a build up of artificial calcium deposits in the
one of the leading causes of dog death each year.
caused by a build-up of toxicity from certain dog food ingredients
and chemical additives.
directly related to sugar in pet foods
from ingesting artificial phosphorus and proteins (gluten) in
commercial dog food
caused as the liver struggles to detoxify the dog's body of the
artificial chemicals, drugged or contaminated meats and other
undesirable ingredients in poor quality dog food.
directly related to sugar and carbohydrate levels that are in
store-bought dog foods