A Dinner Fit For A King
"Here King, Here King, c'mon & get your dinner." Actually, it's "DEXTER" & not "King," & the book is, "What's For Dinner, Dexter?: Cooking For Your Dog Using Chinese Medicine Theory." Dr. Judy Morgan, a nationally renowned veterinarian certified in acupuncture, food therapy, & chiropractic care for dogs, cats, & horses along with Tonya Wilhelm, an outstanding dog trainer & behavior specialist, have put this "unique" book together, & it's a "Certified Read" for ALL pet lovers & owners. The pet-owner bond is strengthened when owners feel they are contributing to their pet's well-being & good health on one of the most intimate levels of human bonding: food. Home cooking for your dog can be FUN & easy. By using Chinese Medicine theory, you can keep your pet healthy using fresh, wholesome food ingredients. YOU can learn to use food as medicine by following the simple guidelines in "What's For Dinner, Dexter?" I owned a short haired dog a number of years ago & sprinkled some dynamite powder in my dog's supper bowl...my thinking was that his hair would grow out in bangs. Unfortunately it didn't work out. His remains are now buried in 3 western states & 2 Canadian provinces! On a serious note, I've read the book & I'm here to tell you that it's one "doggoned GOOD read."