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Work Wonders: Feed your dog raw meaty bones
If dogs could talk, what would they say is the best diet to keep them healthy, happy and in tiptop condition? Would they suggest highly processed packaged food from the supermarket, or would they recommend half a chicken or a fresh rabbit?
For more than three decades, veterinarian Dr Tom Lonsdale has given voice to the voiceless – revealing that when it comes to your pet’s diet, nature’s teachings set the standard.
From years of experience as a leader in his field, Dr Lonsdale knows that pet owners need simple, clear and practical advice on natural feeding. Work Wonders does just that, examining dietary needs from a dog’s perspective, based on easily understood science and sound common sense.
It dispenses all the essential information you need to give your pets the very best.
You will learn about the critical importance of your pet’s dental health, about the deficiencies and dangers of highly processed ‘junk pet food’ and how raw meaty bones provide the ideal remedy.
First published in 2005, Dr Lonsdale’s no-nonsense guide is packed with timeless truths. Try it and be amazed at the transformation. Your dog will be forever grateful.
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Testimonials for Work Wonders
As an insightful and informative guide to the reader, Work Wonders is a confident recommendation for all dog owners, and a “must-read” if our canine friends are likely to stay with us for a long companionable road ahead.
This book is certainly worth reading and provides an opportunity to reflect on what you are feeding your pets and the possible consequences. With a freezer full of bones and chicken necks (and a greatly reduced grocery bill) I for one am willing to give it a shot
‘Work Wonders’, if you follow it, will do just that – ‘Work Wonders’. Whether it’s for yourself, a friend, neighbour, or vet, it will ‘Work Wonders’. An excellent and wonderful follow up to ‘Raw Meaty Bones’ that is a credit to Tom.