"Like author Donna Roberts, most of us adore our dogs and want to do everything we can to keep them healthy, to make them happy, and to nurture them as we do every other member of our family. Feeding dogs homemade food and treats not only provides nutrition and health benefits, but allows dog lovers to meet their dog's taste preferences and special needs. The Good Food Cookbook for Dogs is full of information on nutrition for your canine companion; contains more than 50 delicious recipes for stews, casseroles, snacks, treats, holiday and party food, and ethnic specialties; and provides information on feeding dogs with special health considerations. Book jacket."--BOOK JACKET.
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