Dog Food Secrets by Andrew Lewis guarantees that feeding your dog according to their simple guidelines will improve the health and extend the lifespan of your dog. Andrew Lewis claims there’s a dog food conspiracy and offers research that his system can increase a dog’s life by up to 8 years! Also, on their website are numerous customer testimonials about curing their dogs of ear infections, skin problems, epilepsy, lethargy, loss of appetite, sore joints and more. Dog Food Secrets is a downloadable ebook that comes with a 60 day refund policy.
Dog Food Secrets by Andrew Lewis
Dog Food Secrets Review
Andrew Lewis is a expert nutritionist who devoted himself to discovering the secrets behind the multibillion dollar pet food industry after his beloved Beagle’s life span was cut drastically short. What he found out is liable to open the eyes of many pet owners. In his book, “Dog Food Secrets” Andrew shows you the potential hazards surrounding many commercial dog foods and what alternatives there are to ensure your dog lives a long and happy life.
What you get:
The Gold Package includes :
-Dog Food Secrets 4th Edition
-Canine Diet Changeover Guide
-23 healthy and delicious doggy treat hand picked recipes
-60 day money back guarantee
-Free lifetime updates
-The confidential dog food report
-Homemade canine supplements guide
-Recipes and guides for puppies and special needs dogs
-All natural remedies plus how to make all natural soaps and shampoos
The price is $47, which is about average for a package like this. There is also a $27 Bronze Package which includes the ‘Dog Food Secrets” book, the diet changeover guide, and the 23 doggy treat recipes but no bonuses. Right now, the Silver Package costs the same as the Gold but includes less stuff so it’s not even worth looking into.
Reading discussions about Andrew Lewis and his product in the various online forums, it is clear that his controversial claims about the pet food industry has rattled a few cages. Some people who never even read the book are ready to denounce “Dog Food Secrets” as a “scam” which uses “scare tactics” in order to ensnare unsuspecting pet owners. However, many people who actually bought the book claim that the book has indeed opened their eyes to what they may be feeding their pet. Users tend to agree that the guide has “good recipes” and that the books and reports offered in the package deal saved them hours of research.
The one serious red flag that shows up when looking into “The Dog Food Conspiracy” is the overall lack of consumer support. According to some users, “Dog Food Secrets” seems to have no desire in responding to e-mails from people looking for a refund. However, since the user’s purchase is processed by Clickbank, and the product is backed by a Clickbank 60 day money back guarantee, these users would have been better off contacting Clickbank directly for their refund.
Looking into some of the scary claims laid out by Andrew Lewis, I found all of them to have validity. However, I have to agree with those who say that you can find many of these facts out for yourself through diligent research. This research however, will most likely be very time consuming and after getting through it, you will still need to figure out what else to feed your best friend. I also have to agree that some of the information is presented in a way that could be construed as misleading, especially the information concerning what goes on in rendering plants. I would recommend “Dog Food Secrets” not for its reports on certain dog food companies, but rather for its valuable recipes that you can make at home.