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"The Thinking Person's Pet Food"™ – Since 1979


Wysong Pet Health &
Nutrition Publications

One of the primary responsibilities of a pet owner is to ensure that their animal is receiving proper nutrition. Advertisements for healthy pet food are ubiquitous, so one of the best ways to find out what your pet truly needs, is to stay informed. Below we have collated a list of helpful publications on how to nourish your pet and cultivate a healthy digestive process, and address numerous ailments through their diet. Our free booklet "How to Apologize to Your Pet" discusses the science behind pet nutrition, and offers recipes and tips for how owners can provide the healthiest diet for their companion. Learn about what kinds of foods are harmful, helpful and what many major pet food companies are trying to get away with. Show your cat, dog or horse the best kind of care by helping them get the vitamins, protein and minerals they need through a healthy pet food diet. We aim to supply you with the information you need to make the best choices of healthy pet food for your dog or cat.

A groundbreaking book exposing the dangerous myths of today's pet food industry.
(10 MB PDF Download)
The Truth About Pet Foods
The Truth About Pet Foods
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Free informational brochure!
Does America Owe An <em>Apology</em> to its Pets?
Does America Owe An Apology to its Pets?
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Provides a fundamental, unique understanding for why excess weight in people and pets is a modern epidemic.
The Synorgon Diet
The Synorgon Diet
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A guide to alternative sources of health care, self-improvement, environmental improvement, and much more.
Directory of Alt. Resources
Directory of Alt. Resources
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A revealing and concise critique of the prevailing belief that fat and cholesterol cause cardiovascular disease.
the Cholesterol Myth
the Cholesterol Myth
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Why materialism, evolution, and religion have it wrong.
Solving the Big Questions
Solving the Big Questions
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