Home-Prepared Dog and Cat Diets

Wiley-Blackwell (Verlag)
  • 2. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 24. August 2011
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  • 560 Seiten
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Home-Prepared Dog and Cat Diets, Second Edition provides anintroduction to nutrition of the healthy dog and cat and anextensive discussion of medical disorders that can be managed inpart through diet. Presenting easy-to-follow recipes that can beprepared at home, this new edition of DonaldStrombeck's classic handbook has been completely rewritten bynew author Patricia A. Schenck to reflect the latest nutritionalrecommendations based on current research. New chapter topicsinclude feeding the puppy and kitten; feeding the pregnant orlactating dog or cat; feeding the senior pet; feeding theperformance dog; and the role of diet in pets with cancer.
Diets are now listed together in a cookbook style for ease ofuse, and recipes are adjustable for any size dog or cat, allowingexact nutritional values to be calculated. Nutrient content forprotein, fat, carbohydrate, and fiber have been provided for everydiet, along with the nutrient density. A companion website featuresdownloadable spreadsheets with complete nutritional breakdowns foreach recipe.
Useful for both veterinarians and pet owners alike,Home-Prepared Dog and Cat Diets, Second Edition is a uniquehandbook written by an expert in the field providing anintroduction to the nutritional management of dogs and cats witheasy-to-use recipes for home-prepared diets.
Clarification: Calcium Carbonate
We've had some questions from readers regarding the use ofthe term "calcium carbonate," which is listed as aningredient in a number of the diets found in this book, andtherefore wanted to clarify what is meant by this ingredient.Baking soda comes in two forms: sodium bicarbonate and calciumcarbonate. The sodium bicarbonate version is widely available as"baking soda" and is commonly used in baking, but noneof the recipes in this book use it as an ingredient. Thecalcium carbonate version of baking soda is sometimes sold as"baking soda substitute" and sometimes referred to assimply "baking soda."
To avoid confusing sodium bicarbonate and calcium carbonate, anytime the calcium carbonate type of baking soda has been used in adiet in this book, the ingredient includes the specific term"calcium carbonate." There are severalmanufacturers of calcium carbonate baking soda; for example, Amazoncarries the Ener-G Foods product baking soda substitute. Calciumcarbonate can also be sold for garden use, which is non-food-grade,so to avoid the use of the garden product in foods, the term"baking soda" was used in this book instead to indicatethat readers should be sure to select a food-appropriateingredient.
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Patricia A. Schenck, DVM, PhD, is the section chief of the endocrinology section at the Diagnostic Center for Population and Animal Health at Michigan State University. She is a well-published author, and frequently lectures on endocrinology and nutrition. She is a dog and cat owner, and has trained and shown dogs in conformation, obedience, and rally events.
Preface vii
Acknowledgments ix
Section I. Nutrition and Dietary Management 3
Chapter 1. Homemade Diets 5
Chapter 2. Food Safety 15
Chapter 3. Nutrients 23
Chapter 4. Canine and Feline Energy Requirements 51
Chapter 5. Feeding the Healthy Adult Dog or Cat 85
Chapter 6. Feeding the Puppy or Kitten 95
Chapter 7. Feeding the Pregnant or Lactating Dog or Cat 103
Chapter 8. Feeding the Senior Pet 113
Chapter 9. Feeding the Performance Dog 119
Chapter 10. Food Intolerance and Allergy 129
Chapter 11. Obesity 135
Chapter 12. Skeletal and Joint Diseases 143
Chapter 13. Diet and Gastrointestinal Disease 151
Chapter 14. Diet and Chronic Renal Disease 181
Chapter 15. Diet and Urinary Tract Stones 195
Chapter 16. Diet and Skin Disease 207
Chapter 17. Diet and Endocrine Disease 215
Chapter 18. Diet and Heart Disease 229
Chapter 19. Diet and Pancreatic Disease 237
Chapter 20. Diet and Hepatic Disease 243
Chapter 21. Diet and Cancer 255
Section II. Home-Prepared Diets 265
Tools Needed 265
Choosing a Diet 265
Preparing Diets 267
Dog Diet Recipes 269
Dog Diets 277
Cat Diet Recipes 433
Cat Diets 438
Appendix 1: Dog Diets by Protein Source 507
Appendix 2: Cat Diets by Protein Source 513
Index 517
See the supporting companion Web site for this book:www.wiley.com/go/schenck

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