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Updated as of November 2015!
Now with all-new sections on:
- Nutrition-related diseases (urinary tract, dental, kidneys, hyperthyroidism, gastrointestinal, diabetes, respiratory, cancer, obesity, and aging)
- The pet food industry (and why it’s not particularly interested in you or your cat!)
- The science behind homemade diets, to help you communicate more effectively with your veterinarian.
This best-seller clearly explains all you need to know about feeding your cat:
- What you can (and can’t) learn from a pet food label
- The differences among types of food (dry, canned, raw, etc.)
- How your cat should eat for optimal health
- How to shop for your feline companion
- How to get your cat to switch to a better diet
- How to make nutritious food for your cat at home
- Dr. Jean’s “approved brands” of canned, dry, and frozen/freeze-dried/raw diets; treats, toppers, and meal supplements
- Resources, including helpful websites and specific (brand) supplement recommendations
- Fully referenced with the latest scientific discoveries.
This edition of What Cats Should Eat contains more than double the information of previous editions, but right now you can get it for the same low price! This won’t last, folks; the price WILL be going up very soon!
Understanding Lab Values ($0.99)
Understanding the results of a chemistry panel or bloodwork can be as confusing as understanding the mechanic’s esimate on your car. What valuable insights can be gained by educating yourself about medical terms like BUN, Creatinine, T4, ALT, ALP, and CBC? Find out what values are commonly measured in the blood, and what they mean to your cat’s health.
Has your cat been diagnosed with diabetes? Are you looking for up-to-date information on this condition in cats? Are you interested in alternative treatments? Do you want to know how to prevent the disease from developing? Nearly 1 in 200 cats will develop diabetes — up from 1 in 400 just a few years ago. But this devastating disease is both preventable and treatable! This in-depth e-book discusses conventional and holistic treatment details as well as the current scientific research on the causes and solutions to this difficult disease.
Is your tabby getting tubby? How big is too big? Does your feline pal need to enroll in kitty aerobics? Overweight cats are at risk for diabetes, arthritis, fatty liver disease, and other serious maladies. Find out what really causes obesity, and how to safely and effectively reduce your cat’s weight. Diet foods or restricting intake are NOT the right answer! Coming soon for Barnes & Noble Nook!
This information-packed, lavishly illustrated book by nutritionist Dr. Celeste Yarnall and Little Big Cat’s own Dr. Jean Hofve is the 2010 winner of the prestigious Muse Medallion award for Best Book, as well as a Certificate of Excellence, from the Cat Writers’ Association! To order the book as an instantly downloadable electronic (PDF) file, just click on the “Add to Cart” button above. To order it in paperback from Amazon.com, click here. If you’d like an autographed copy from Dr. Celeste Yarnall, please contact her through Facebook..
How NOT to Kill Your Dog or Cat
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