Nutritional Value Begins with Fresh …..
When a dog is diagnosed with a serious illness, owners often feel like their only option is prescription pet food. A processed food that’s packed full of ingredients like “pork fat,” “dried egg product,” and “brewers rice.” These formulas lack the nutrition that dogs need to thrive, or recover.
What Many Veterinarians and Large Pet Food Manufacturers Don’t Want You to Know is That You DO Have Better Options…
Home Cooking for Sick Dogs was written by Janie Knetzer, founder of YourOldDog.com in collaboration with certified nutritionist, Darleen Rudnick of PurelyPets.com. It features recipes made from whole foods and healthy ingredients.
Ingredients such as egg and fresh chicken breast replace the inexpensive, low grade ingredients used by prescription pet food manufacturers.
The Book Includes a Section for Each Disease/Illness Regarding Which Supplements are Recommended …
We realize how hard it is to not only choose the right diet, but choose the right supplements as well. Supplements are a critical part of healing and that’s why we include specific supplements for each disease and sickness that are best known for their healing properties for these illnesses.
Proven to support and nourish dogs with a variety of existing health conditions including:
|Seizures||Liver Disease||Kidney Disease|
By using the same foods that you have in your kitchen along with the addition of a Multivitamin Tablet with Calcium (or add calcium separately) and a good nontoxic Fish Oil, you can make a tremendous difference in how your dog feels and responds.
Kibble is hard on your dog’s organs. Dogs AND especially cats are not meant to eat dry foods like this over and over. Overcooked, chemical laced kibble is becoming more and more a thing of the past.
Pet owners are starting to understand that diet is your pet’s best defense against health problems. When you download this book, you will not only learn how to optimize your dog’s diet for premium health, but you will also learn:
I just wanted to say that I purchased your cook book a few days ago, and have found it truly wonderful. My sweet old boxer Bessie has been wolfing down every last morsel! She has been a fussy eater her whole life, and especially disinterested in her food the last week or two since we discovered her illness, but is loving her kidney diet.
I have looked online at so many diets for dogs with kidney disease and yours has been the most simple and easy to manage. And obviously tasty! So thank you!
People who knew Zoe before say her new found health is a miracle! But we know it’s just Janie, her advice and her genuine concern. We will forever be in her debt for saving our sweet Zoe!
– The McNamara Family (Zoe’s family)
Natural is God’s way .. it’s the only reason I can think of why He and Mother Nature have provided this earth with such bounty .. .. I am so happy but, Jasper is delighted AND an absolute delight. His old self again, or should I say, his YOUNG self again? Thank you Janie for all your beautiful wisdom.
-C. Howard (Jasper’s mom)
Are the recipes in this book designed by a qualified canine nutritionist?
Yes! Unlike other canine cookbooks written by well-intentioned dog owners, “Home Cooking for Sick Dogs” was written under the consultation of a certified canine nutritionist. Darlene Rudnick has been a student of nutrition since 1987 and her qualifications certainly speak for themselves!
While I too have been working with nutrition for dogs for many years, I do not hold a degree. For this reason, I wanted to work with an expert on nutrition for pets, and Darleen has been studying nutrition health since 1987. Here’s Darlene’s credentials:
Can I feed my dog these recipes if he or she has elevated liver enzymes?
The recipes found in my book can be used for dogs with Early Stage Liver Disease. If your dog has elevated liver enzymes due to ammonia in the blood (Hepatic Encephalopathy) or he or she is vomiting bile due to early stage liver disease; these recipes can be used. The recipes ARE NOT MEANT for dogs who are STORING COPPER in their liver.
If you’re not sure, please ask your vet if your dog has copper storage disease. Also, dogs who are in late stage liver disease, may develop kidney problems and suffer seizures associated with their liver problems.
If this is the case for your dog, then the recipes in this book for liver disease ARE NOT recommended. I recommend talking to a pet nutritionist who can personalize recipes for your dog in either of these cases.
Is home cooking for my dog going to be expensive?
No! You’ll be surprised at how much money you will save by following the recipes in “Home Cooking for Sick Dogs.” Consider the cost of a bag of prescription dog food. Then consider the cost of treating uncontrolled health issues in your sick dog. Now consider the cost of basic nutritious foods and the long-term health of your pet…
Backed by nutritional science, the recipes in this book not only provide your dog with healthy, whole nutrition, but they also allow you to cater your dog’s specific needs by supplementing deficiencies caused by illness.
Does my dog have to be sick to eat the recipes from this book?
Not at all! Whether your dog is suffering from current illness or whether they are completely healthy, the recipes in this book are designed to create well-rounded and appealing meals!
Just keep in mind that whenever you cook for your dog it is always recommended that you include the following healthy supplements:
Can I feed my dog these recipes if they have limitations on their phosphorus intake?
Yes! This book includes several recipes for dogs who need a low phosphorus diet!
Can I feed my dog these recipes if they have ‘X’ blood creatinine levels & Kidney Issues.
Yes! The kidney disease recipes in this book are safe for all levels of Creatinine in the blood!
It’s important to act quickly when your dealing with sickness or disease. You do that by implementing a plan of how you’re going to fight your dog’s illness and hopefully regain his or her good health.
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