In this blog I will talk about pet food and opportunities selling pet food for individuals, pet professionals, and breeders.

Why do you need to feed canned food to your cat?

Starting your kitten off on the right track will pay dividends in his or her health for years. While it’s convenient to only feed dry kibble to your cat it’s not in their best interest. By nature cats have an inherently very low thirst drive and therefore they need to consume water with their meals. Cats being carnivores are designed to eat meat and hunt, which in the wild is where they get most of their moisture, as their prey contains about 70-75% water. (more…)

Take a bite out of dental disease!

The American Veterinary Medical Association has declared February National Dental Health Month. Now is a good time to evaluate your dog or cats oral Hygiene and take corrective measure if needed. You will want to check your pet for bad breath, discolored teeth and excessive drooling.  Red gum and a reluctance to eat are also some of the signs of trouble.  Learn more about brushing your dogs teeth here  HOW TO BRUSH YOUR DOGS TEETH

What you don’t know about your pet’s food could be harming your pet!

Did you know that the FDA, despite federal law prohibiting it, allows pet food manufacturers to utilize sick, diseased, drugged and even euthanized animals as common pet food ingredients; camouflaged under less offensive sounding ingredient names.

Did you know many pet food manufacturers continue to purchase cheap ingredients from China even through China continues to struggle with quality control? In 2007 Chinese imported ingredients were responsible for killing thousand of dogs and cats.

Did you know that modern science has linked many common pet food ingredients to cancer and serious illness in our pets? Even through there are healthier choices many pet food manufacturers continue to use cheap, risky ingredients.

Be informed! Read labels! Our pets depend on us to ensure that they live long, healthy lives.

The Best Food for You and Your Pet

The single most important decision you will make for your pet is about diet and nutrition.  Proper nutrition is the key to a long and healthy life for your dog or cat. Don’t underestimate the importance of nutrition.

Do you want your pet to THRIVE or merely to SURVIVE?

Thank you for visiting my blog.  Today I would like to touch on the subject of nutrition for dogs and cats. Nutrition supplies the very foundation upon which the fundamentals of health, vigor, longevity and quality of life are built. Just as the right nutrition provides a rock solid foundation for your pet, the wrong nutrition will contribute to a weak and shaky foundation which in turn can destroy a dog or cats quality of life. There are many foods on the market today that are filled with unhealthy ingredients and allow our pets to merely “survive” and the foods are sold everywhere.  But the key is to feed our pet’s foods, treats and supplements that allow our pets to “THRIVRE”.  Which would you prefer, you’re pet to survive meaning to simply stay alive or you’re pet to flourish, to be healthy inside and out? Be sure that your pet food only contains wholesome ingredients and is without harmful chemicals or preservative, unhealthy by-products, corn, wheat, soy or glutens of any kind.

How Does Your Pet Food Compare?

Thinking of switching to Life’s Abundance Holistic Pet foods?  The secret to superior pet food lies in the formula itself – not only in the ingredients, but also in the proportions of those ingredients to each other. Compare other brands to Life’s Abundance and see how the competition measures up.

Brighter Tomorrows with Rainbow Rescue

Founded by a brother and sister duo, Rainbow Rescues of Chicopee, MA, provides a safe haven for dogs, cats and rabbits. Since 2008, they and their team of devoted volunteers have operated in the attempt to make the world a better place, one adoption at a time.

Upon receipt of a new rescue, their animals are almost immediately placed in a foster home. In fact, both Maria and her brother Shawn foster dogs in their own homes, while overseeing and coordinating a network of volunteer foster pet parents. None of their rescues spend time in cages or kennels, which helps to soothe the rattled nerves of relocation.


Take the Life’s Abundance Challenge

Your pet depends on you to make the right choices.  You can depend on Life’s Abundance to provide you with the healthiest foods, treats, supplements and care products available…it’s our promise to you and your pets!

The importance of a puppy nap!

Congratulations on your new family member! A new puppy!!! We all want the best for our puppies and we must start off right to ensure that our puppies are confident and comfortable when we are not with them.  Puppies whose owners are gone all day will often get used to the routine of being alone during the day and accept that without any problem. Many times the owner will feel so guilty about leaving the puppy “locked up” all day that they will keep the puppy with them all the time whenever they are home.   The puppy accepts this routine without any problem.  But, when the owner does need to go out and the routine is broken it can stress the puppy and cause anxiety.

Another scenario many puppies encounter is when someone is home with them most of the day, they get so accustomed to that constant contact that any absence from home from the owner can also cause that dog to become anxious!

So how do we ensure that our puppies develop into confident dogs?  By not creating the idea in our puppies’ minds that they need to be with us at all times when we are at home.  He or she can learn that that being away from you can be quite comfortable and his world is not turned upside down by your absence.  How? By what I call the “Puppy Nap” Simply when you are at home purposely put your puppy in his or her crate in a room by himself.  Be sure to make going into the room exciting, you can give it a name such as “it time for our nappy” or whatever you choose and be sure to give him a treat when he goes in.  Then shut the door and go into a different area of the house.  If and when he start whining, barking or scratching at the door, go to the room, give the command NO! or QUIET! And tap firmly on the door. Then leave again.  After he has been quiet for just a moment or two, go back to the room and  calmly let him out. Be sure that going into the room is exciting and coming out of the room is very calm and no big deal.  Gradually increase the length of time the puppy is by himself from a few minute to several hours.  His confidence will go up each time he is away from you and he realizes that everything is all right and that you really do return!