Low-cost Solutions to Keeping Animals Safe, Healthy and Happy Revealed in Holistic Pet Care Guide

Tucson, AZ (PRWEB) January 26, 2006

Most pet owners strive to provide the best care possible to their four-legged friends, but many do not know how to determine which foods are actually nutritious and which are simply marketed to appear that way. Truth Publishing’s latest consumer guide, “The Real Safety Guide to Pet Health,” explains common pet food ingredients and provides tips on optimum nutrition, seasonal safety precautions, training ideas, and more. Co-written by natural health authors Mike Adams and Dawn Prate, the guide is available at http://www.realsafety.org/PetHealth.html.

“What you feed your pet can make a huge difference in its longevity and quality of life,” said Adams. “Some varieties of pet food are essentially high-salt junk foods, and they cause diseases such as diabetes, cancer, and obesity. You don’t necessarily have to buy the most expensive brand, but you do need to know which foods have quality ingredients.” In “The Real Safety Guide to Pet Health,” readers will find a comparison of pet food options including commercial, alternative, and raw foods. The guide explains how to determine which choice will be best for both the pet and the owner, based on health benefits, cost, and amount of preparation time. In addition, readers will learn:

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