Nature’s Logic Dog Food earns the Advisor’s top rating of 5 stars.
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Both of my dogs seemed to prefer the variety over the beef but they consumed both varieties without complaint. This actually lead me to realize that both dogs also seem to prefer chicken flavored treats over beef ones, so I think its just their taste preference. In the past when switching (even with mixing) both Frank & Beans would have upset tummies for a few days. When we switched to Nature’s Logic we didn’t have any problems with their bathroom habits at all and it seemed to decrease the frequency of constipation which was a problem we had on the food they were on previously.
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The Nature’s Logic Dog Food product line lists eight dry recipes.
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“Dog Food Logic: Making smart decisions for your dog in an age of too many choices” is now available! Click on the images for more information and to order. (Note: E-versions are already available from Dogwise, and will be included on Amazon soon).Dog Food Logic is an indispensable book for any pet owner who wants to make thoughtful, informed decisions about what to feed his or her canine companions. The dog food industry is a bewildering, ever-changing landscape of companies and brands, and dog owners are inundated with marketing masquerading as science, with rigid advice from self-declared experts, and with fads every bit as intense and short-lived as those in the human weight loss business. Dog Food Logic cuts through the noise and chaos and provides pet owners with a rational, science-based approach to evaluating their pets’ dietary needs and their feeding choices.Linda Case, MS is a trainer, canine nutritionist and owner of AutumnGold Consulting and Training Center in central Illinois. She is the author of Dog Food Logic and other books, and blogs at .In Dog Food Logic, the author displays a deep understanding of not only the science of nutrition but of the human-animal bond. Feeding our pets is more than providing them with essential nutrients. It is an expression of love and one of the most enjoyable shared experiences between pet and owner. Ms. Case understands that the emotional nature of feeding our animal companions must be appreciated and nurtured, but that it can also make us vulnerable to manipulation. Advertising and advice about what to feed our pets often plays on our anxieties about their health and happiness and our desire to do everything possible to ensure a long and healthy life for our dogs. Ms. Case is able to help us see through such manipulative marketing and make sound feeding decisions based on science while still respecting the role of feeding in the deep bond between owners and our pets.