To dog owners, their pets are regarded as cherished members of the family, and they care about their health and well-being as they would that of a human. And, as with humans, animal illness is often traced to a poor diet, commonly caused by processed food made with preservatives. This book aims to change the way people feed their dogs, with 50 easy- to-follow recipes for nutritious and easy- to-make meals adjustable for dogs of different weights, sizes, breeds, and activity levels.
Liviana Prola is a research scientist at the Department of Veterinary Science at Turin University, Italy. A doctor of veterinary science, she also has a PhD in Animal Nutrition, is a diplomat at the European College of Veterinary and Comparative Nutrition, and runs a pet nutrition consultancy service for pet-food companies, vets, and animal owners. She is also president of the Italian Society of Animal Nutrition.