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This book is what ALL sporting dog fanciers need, a no-nonsense guide to feeding, keeping, and breeding sporting dogs on a serious level. It's what your vets won't tell you, what your breeders won't tell you, but what you need to know. Information like getting expensive prescription drugs for pennies, legally, and without a prescription. Information about the truth concerning the dog food industry and how over 90% of dog food is slow poison to a dog. In fact, here are some of the testimonials:
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Right now, $50 for a paperback is more then most of us can do. I am struggling to continue the feed and upkeep on my dogs. Do I think a book like this can be priceless YES. Can I scratch out the $50 right now.... nope
tiffinis wrote:Right now, $50 for a paperback is more then most of us can do. I am struggling to continue the feed and upkeep on my dogs. Do I think a book like this can be priceless YES. Can I scratch out the $50 right now.... nope
I understand and thank you for your interest. The online publisher charges me close to $25 to make and send it, and I'd like to be able to profit a little bit for writing all that info down
Let me ask you something serious though: how many dogs do you feed?
The reason I ask is that, I agree, times are tough---and I agree again that it's expensive to care for a group of dogs, especially if you try to do so to the best of your ability and don't skimp on their neeeds. What would it be worth to you to learn how to feed your dogs better food, and yet to do it for less than what you're feeding now? If you can save just $0.25/day feeding each dog (without stooping to get bad food, but instead upgrading your food to be even better), that adds-up to a savings of $91/year per dog.
It's now becoming flea and tick season again, and buying commercial flea spray costs money, about $16/bottle. What if you learned to make your own for $16 for four bottles ... and you made a product that is 6x stronger, and that lasts 10x longer, because you made the base in mineral oil (not water). That $16 will now last you all year, instead of just a month. A lot of people use Frontline/Advantage too, and even smart shoppers pay maybe $4 or $5 per-use for this product. What if you learned how to treat your dog with the same drug for about $0.15 (fifteen cents) per dog? Treating each dog for 6 months with Frontline costs about $30. My way it costs you $0.90 (ninety cents) per dog. So again that's a $29 savings per dog all through tick season.
Added up, by spending $50 on my book, at the end of the year you've saved yourself close to $170, and that's just for one dog. And those are just 3 of the (no telling how many) money-saving secrets I have in this book.
In the end, I think the information will pay you back so much more than what you spent, that I think you'll be very glad you got it. But either way, I sincerely appreciate your interest.