Many books on pet care are published and released yearly, yet only Dog Food Secrets – has focused on an unexpected topic. In his e-book, Lewis reveals the many unknown effects and dangers of dog food which include severe cases such as cancer, and many more.
Andrew Lewis’ Dog Food Secrets has alarmed many pet lovers, especially dog owners, of the health risks they never knew they have been putting their dogs in. But more than it is alarming, it is an informing report that offers pieces of facts and advice not only on what to avoid, but also what to include in a dog’s diet. Lewis has authored the book allegedly after losing his own pet dog Noble from the harsh effects of commercially produced dog food. His research and insights have then been fused into an informative report that is this e-book.
The said Dog Food Secrets book has highlighted one thing in general: That it is best and safest to simply home cook food for your dogs. Just like in human beings where processed food might provide unhealthy effects, dogs are also unhealthily affected by processed dog food. To help his readers with this, Lewis has included recipes for home cooked meals well and healthily suited for your doggies’ diets. He says in this e-book that home cooked food may increase a dog’s health and lifespan by as much as 8 years or so. Lewis also claims that dog food contains harmful to even toxic material that the manufacturers could easily and legally cover up.
Many consumers believe that this e-book is only a conspiracy to pull down progressing dog food manufacturers. They believe that those companies who produce the dog food products have nothing but the best intentions for their pets. However, Andrew Lewis’ book has in it included many supporting evidences to his claim on the dangers of dog food. To be fair, though, he has not stated with finality that all dog foods are toxic. Besides, anything claimed by dog food manufacturers such as protein doses and healthy body weight among other things can easily be achieved by home cooked meals. “There’s nothing to lose in playing safe,” most readers conclude.
In the end, Dog Food Secrets by Andrew Lewis emphasizes the most important information needed for feeding dogs the right diet. This well written e-book gives its readers an easy time understanding even the most important of concepts. Lewis’ revelations are properly laid out so that dog food users could easily be moved by the presented facts. It is also easily accessible as it could be downloaded right after a payment process has been made.
Skeptics and fans are both drawn to Andrew Lewis’ presentation. Its readers can choose to ignore or to fully accept the challenge of understanding what they can do to provide their dogs with the best of health conditions and the longest possible life. Indeed, Dog Food Secrets is just another of man’s best friends.