We would never knowingly cause harm to our dogs but without knowing the dangers of feeding a poor quality commercial dog food we can in fact be slowly killing them and making them vulnerable to a host of diseases.
Large corporations care about their bottom line—not the health of our dogs! We have to take the time and learn what we need to know to give them the best chance for a long and healthy life.
It's easy to see that if you feed your dog garbage (or worse) that it will impact their health and eventually cause them to become sick. Andrew Lewis' comprehensive report, shows you exactly what you need to know about commercial dog food and what you need to look out for.
In addition to causing many diseases like kidney cancer, bladder cancer, skin cancer, stomach cancer, spleen cancer, leukemia (and many other serious conditions) chemicals in commercial dog food have been linked to behavior problems, including increased aggressiveness—very dangerous if your dog is around children.
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All in all it provides a great deal of valuable insights that every dog owner should have. Of course, that's why is has quickly become the most popular dog food and nutrition book online.
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