The Farmer's Dog Handbook

Recipes, Tips & Advice for Giving Your Dog the Best Life

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About The Book

From the cofounders of The Farmer’s Dog comes a handbook to empower you to improve your dog’s overall health and well-being—including a collection of fresh, easy recipes to make for your dog right at home.

The Farmer’s Dog Handbook is written by the creators of the wildly successful fresh pet food company, who understand the challenges of navigating pet care and the simple solutions that can have a transformative impact on our pets’ well-being. Whether you’ve been home-cooking since day one or are just starting to explore the world of pet health and wellness, there will be something in this book for you! From fresh, healthy, and tasty meals and snacks to a variety of natural remedies, you’ll learn how to cook and care for your dog using ingredients you probably already have in your home. The Farmer’s Dog Handbook features fresh, all-natural recipes vetted by board certified veterinary nutritionists and also includes meal plans for your dog based on its size and lifestyle.

But that’s not all. Organized by nutrition, wellness, and lifestyle, this beautifully photographed book is a vital resource for you and your dog, whether you are a new or lifelong dog person. Providing information on different topics such as allergies, anxiety, travel, and even dental hygiene, The Farmer’s Dog Handbook is a complete guide to better living with your dog.

About The Authors

Brett Podolsky and Jonathan Regev are cofounders of The Farmer’s Dog, a company rethinking how we feed and care for our pets. Their first product is a service that delivers fresh, healthy pet food through personalized plans—replacing millions of highly processed meals each month. Both Podolsky and Regev were named to Forbes’s 30 under 30 list, and have been featured on the Today show, Fast Company, The Wall Street Journal, Vogue, and more.

Product Details

  • Publisher: Tiller Press (October 1, 2020)
  • Length: 160 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781982136512

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