This book is filled with lots of useful information on safely nourishing your dog from the inside while you benefit from the outside in!
Dog Chefs of America
People spend a lot of time chasing their tails when it comes to feeding their dogs natural home prepared meals.They read dog food ads that say "100% completely digestible," they listen to their vet as he suggests certain commercial dog food (sometimes available for sale at his office) and they discuss with their friends the problems of e-coli in raw meat.
This book stills the waters of confusion when it comes to the safest way to home prepare dog food and what might be served.Chasing ones tail won't get you anywhere, but reading this book will elevate you to Master Dog Chef status!
Excerpt from Chapter 2 "Getting Intimate With A Butcher." "When clients consult with me about home cooking for their dog, our first lesson is to have them "meet their butcher." At first, most people are apprehensive about such a meeting and say they would rather not do it. I tell them that we are going to meet and talk with a butcher, not a priest. I also flatly refuse to go any further unless they do what I say and soon they relent.
Why is meeting your butcher so important? Because he is the one who can share many "secrets" with you. Just as my grandmother and Ollie the butcher used to do. After my grandmother's expected kiss, Ollie took her aside and told her secrets about the best meat to purchase. How important would those secrets be for us and our dogs today? Very important!"