Signs Your Pet Needs A New Diet

We’ve got exciting news.  We’ve been quietly working on something behind the scenes and we’re finally ready to unveil it.  We’ve written our first e-book called 8 Signs Your Pet Needs A New Diet.  How do you know if you need it for your pet?

There are some pretty big signs that pets need a new diet and not all of them are obvious.  Sometimes it can take some detective work to figure out what’s going on, but we’ve written a handy e-book to help you get started.  Besides being chock full of great information, our e-book is also one hundred percent free!

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What Are The Signs?

We don’t want to spoil the whole book for you, but some of the things we’ll talk about are itching, scratching, dandruff, ear and eye problems and stomach upset.  We’ve even featured some of our own four legged friends from Addiction!

How Do I Get A Copy?

You can get your own copy of our brand new e-book, 8 Signs Your Pet Needs A New Diet for free.  Just click the button below and we’ll send it to you, along with a coupon for $5.00 off your next order at Addiction Pet Foods!


 I’ve Read The Book, Now What?

Once you’ve finished reading the e-book, you may have more questions or you may be ready to make a change to your pet’s diet.  Always go slow when moving to a new food.  If you notice the symptoms getting worse, discontinue the food and try something else.  Keeping a food journal during this time is a really great way to keep track of what you’ve already tried.

Still Unsure? Send us an email at Addiction Foods if you have more questions. We’d love to help you find just the right food your dog or cat.

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