There are homemade dog food books on the market written by well-meaning authors, but many include ingredients that are harmful to dogs: peanut butter, brewer’s yeast, yogurt, sugar and syrups to name a few. Ellen points out in her book that dogs today are getting calcium, but not absorbing it. This is why many dogs suffer from arthritis, weak bones, gall stones, and dental decay. Because farm soils are so depleted, dogs, as well as people, are not getting enough of the minerals essential to good health. Some of these lost minerals are necessary for the absorption of calcium. Dog owners no longer have to despair. Ellen unfolds real answers and solutions to what is the best food for dogs. She has untangled the confusion and taken the guesswork out of homemade dog food. Dog lovers everywhere, who are searching for answers about their dogs’ health, will connect with A Dog’s Life Diet.
Contact: Ellen Tomy, 1165 Marka Lane, Alpharetta, GA 30004, 770-855-5797, Lntomy@comcast.net
The book cover and a recipe are attached. If space is available, please print them with the news release. Review copies are available upon request. Thank you for your attention.
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ELLEN TOMY is an accomplished portrait artist, dietary research specialist for canines, and a writer about dogs’ health based on her discovery of their nutritional needs.
Southern born and a native of Jackson, Mississippi, Ellen now lives in Atlanta. She is well known to the Atlanta community as their preferred portrait artist for both timeless family portraits, as well as paintings of their honored and beloved pets. From painting dogs to feeding dogs, today her main focus is on writing and educating all dog lovers on the best nutrition for their dogs.