From August Abolins@1:153/757.2 to All on Sat Oct 16 12:58:14 2021
In this path-breaking guide, two of the world’s most popular and trusted pet-care advocates reveal how to delay aging and provide a long, happy, healthy life for our canine companions.
" Like their human counterparts, dogs have been getting sicker and dying prematurely over the past few decades. Why? Scientists are beginning to understand that the chronic diseases afflicting humans—cancer, obesity, diabetes, organ degeneration and autoimmune disorders—also beset canines. As a result, our beloved companions struggle with preventable health problems throughout much of their lives. Because dogs can’t make health and lifestyle decisions for themselves, it's up to pet parents to make smart, science-backed choices on their behalf.
" Rodney Habib and Karen Becker, DVM, travelled the world collecting wisdom from top geneticists, microbiologists and longevity researchers. They also interviewed people whose dogs have lived into their twenties and even thirties. The result is this unprecedented and comprehensive guide, filled with surprising information, invaluable advice and inspiring stories about dogs and the people who love them.
" The Forever Dog prescriptive plan can be tailored to the genetic predisposition of particular breeds or mixes. The authors discuss various types of food—including details commercial manufacturers don’t want us to know—and offer recipes, tips and easy solutions for ensuring our dogs obtain the nutrients they need.
" They also explore how external factors that we often overlook can greatly affect a dog's overall health and well-being—including the role our own lifestyles and our vets' choices play. Indeed, the health equation works both ways and can travel "up the leash."
The Forever Dog: Surprising New Science to Help Your Canine Companion Live Younger, Healthier, and Longer | Paperback -by- Rodney Habib | Karen Shaw Becker
Published Oct 12, 2021 | Sales (#327)
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