Press & News
Modern Dog Magazine –Spring, 2012
“Innovative diet principles and detailed guidelines…If you want to keep your fur child’s weight in check, this is a must-have. We love the extensive photography used to simplify the comprehensive nutritional information.”
PETS Magazine –February/March, 2012
Author Katie Newman speaks at Vegas Pet Expo 2012 about her experiences with conquering her dog’s obesity and how weight truly affects our best friends. Learn principles for a healthy diet, guidelines for meal and treat servings, and how to shape your pooch’s eating habits into a process that is healthy, economical, easy and fun! -February, 2012
PetPR.com –January, 2012
Katie Newman became a canine diet expert to save her Labrador, Hustler, from obesity. Unable to exercise because of severe hereditary joint issues, his weight had ballooned to 96 pounds.
PET AGE Magazine –January, 2012
“Good resource for those dog guardians not ready to take the plunge into a completely raw food diet… This book is a good start to better health for dogs.”
Natural Horse Magazine –January, 2012
Katie joins Russ & Jillian on Atomic Dog Radio -November, 2011
“A how-to guide for canine weight loss done right. Love the appendices provided, including toxic foods for dogs and a super handy fruit and vegetable nutrition chart.”
Fidose of Reality –November, 2011
Author Katie Newman speaks at Pet Expo USA’s Holiday Pet Expo 2011 about how feeding your dog the wrong foods, or even the right foods too often, can lead to obesity. -November, 2011
“The Amazing Treat Diet for Dogs: How I Saved My Dog from Obesity” by Katie Newman offers key guidelines and principles for a nutritious and balanced pet diet
SHERMAN OAKS, Calif. – “The Amazing Treat Diet for Dogs: How I Saved My Dog from Obesity” (ISBN 0615510515), a dog diet book by Katie Newman, tells the story of how Newman improved her own dog’s life and how other pet owners can learn from her struggle.
The Association for Pet Obesity Prevention estimates that more than half of all U.S. dogs are overweight or obese and Newman’s dog, Hustler, used to be no different. Unable to exercise because of joint issues, his weight had ballooned to 96 pounds, well past the healthy range for a dog of his size and breed. In her book, Newman shares how Hustler lost 27 pounds in four months without additional exercise and how other pet owners can do the same for their dogs. The book includes principles for a healthy diet, guidelines for meal and treat servings and how to shape owner and pet habits into a process that is healthy, economical and easy.