With 500 pages and 1200 references, Feeding Dogs is the most thorough examination of the canine nutrition debate to date. It's meticulously researched and methodically written to provide a solid understanding of canine nutrition based on the latest studies.
If you're craving the facts, or still have doubts about fresh feeding, dive into Dr. Conor Brady's book!
About the Author
SECTION ONE: Carnivore or Omnivore?
Chapter 1: What Is an Omnivore?
Chapter 2: Canine Ancestry
Chapter 3: Diet Selection by Feral and Free-Ranging Domestic Dogs
Chapter 4: The Digestive Anatomy and Physiology of the Domestic Dog
SECTION TWO: Issues with Kibble
Chapter 5: Introduction to Dry Pet Food
Chapter 6: Carbohydrates
Chapter 7: Wheat Gluten
Chapter 8: Protein
Chapter 9: Vitamins & Minerals
Chapter 10: Fats
Chapter 11: Teeth
Chapter 12: Chemicals
Chapter 13: Hazardous Microbiologic Contamination
Chapter 14: The Argument for Raw Feeding
SECTION THREE: Why all the confusion?
Chapter 15: Veterinary Nutritional Training
Chapter 16: The Science of the Human Food and Drug Industries
Chapter 17: Corporate Influence in the Veterinary Sector
Chapter 18: What Does Scientifically Proven Pet Food Mean?
Chapter 19: Who are the Pet Food Police?
SECTION FOUR: Feeding Species-Appropriately
Chapter 20: The Raw Market
Chapter 21: Will A Meat Diet Provide Everything They Need?
Chapter 22: What Might the Ideal Raw Dog Food Diet Look Like?
Chapter 23: DIY Raw Dog Food
Chapter 24: Raw FAQs