Albany, New York (PressExposure) March 19, 2009 -- If you are confused about what to feed your dog or cat in light of the ever-expanding pet food recall, there is one tried, tested and true solution: home cook for your pet.
Canine Kingdom founder Mary Beth Close has compiled proven nutritional advice and information about the pet food recall in a free e-book entitled, âHome cooking for your dogâs health.â It also includes information about cooking for cats. It is available on the Canine Kingdom Web site at [http://www.caninekingdom.com].
âCanine Kingdom doesnât print a lot of informationâwhat we do print is vitally important to dog parents,â says Close. âWhat we publish has been thoroughly researched and verified, and often we have experts weigh in on the issues.â
Canine Kingdom was established last year as to develop a far-reaching and permanent solution to understanding pet dogs. We research, organize, develop and validate information and methods about communication, training and care needs.
In the e-book, you will find: Recipe for stew (cook weekly and freeze) Feeding guidelines Snack ideas Suggestions about vitamin supplements
âWe sought out advice from some of the countryâs best experts on nutrition and health care before developing this e-book,â says Close. âI know that dog and cat owners need viable and immediate feeding options.â
Close established Canine Kingdomâs parent company, For the Love of Dogs, in 1999 with the vision of making understanding dogs as easy as loving them. She has worked for 25 years in business consulting and dog industry, and developed four business consulting companies. She holds an undergraduate degree in animal husbandry as well as two advanced degrees.
Editorâs note: Close is available for interviews.