The Right Pet Food

How To Choose The Right Food For Your Pet. The Quality And Freshness Of Ingredients Are Important!
Choose the right food for your pet. I know it is hard to decide as to which dog or cat food to buy for your “best friend”, and also who to trust. Although you may think all pet food manufacturers have your pet’s best interests in mind, this is not always the case.
Current pet food regulations allow manufacturers to use ingredients that you would never knowingly
give to your pet.
1. Get your bag of food. Look for the Ingredient Statement on the label.
2. Read the first 5 ingredients. They play a significant role in the nutritional make-up of a food. What are the protein sources? We believe the primary source should come from quality animal protein, not vegetable protein or grain. Foods that list 2 or more grains in the first 5 ingredients may have more vegetable protein than animal protein.
Look for identifiable animal proteins such as “chicken meal” rather generic terms like “poultry meal,” which can consist of any fowl (turkey, chicken, geese, etc.). You should be aware that some manufacturers use grains such as wheat gluten or corn gluten as less expensive sources of protein.
Grains like soy, corn, corn gluten, wheat and wheat gluten are generally used asinexpensive sources of protein. Also, these grains are prone to molds, which can be toxic. Are also difficult to digest, which means in comparison less nutrition and more clean up.
3. Are there by-products? Some manufacturers consider by-products inferior sources of protein and, depending on the source, they can be difficult to digest. (feet, bones and intestines, etc.)
4. What are the fat sources? Some fats are better than others. In comparison we believe the primary fat source in dog food should be animal based because animal fats contain a profile of fatty acids that are easily metabolized and thus are generally more available to the body.
Animal fats can vary in quality, so look for a species-specific fat like “chicken fat” versus “animal fat” to be certain of the kind of fat your dog is eating.
5. Does your food contain other health-promoting ingredients, such as: Vegetables, Beet fiber, Antioxidants, Omega Fatty Acids, Proteinated Minerals, Bacteria cultures?
Look out for harmful chemicals and preservatives that are added to both wet and dry food. For example, sodium nitrite, a coloring agent and preservative and potential carcinogen, is a common additive.
Preservatives include Ethoxyquin (insecticide that has been linked to liver cancer) and BHA and BHT, chemicals also suspected of causing cancer. The average dog can consume as much as 26 pounds
of preservatives every year from eating commercial dog foods.

How To Choose The Right Food

For Your Pet

The Quality And Freshness Of Ingredients

Are Important!

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Choose the right food for your pet. I know it is hard to decide as to which dog or cat food to buy for your “best friend”, and also who to trust. Although you may think all pet food manufacturers have your pet’s best interests in mind, this is not always the case.

Current pet food regulations allow manufacturers to use ingredients that you would never knowingly give to your pet.

1. Get your bag of food. Look for the Ingredient Statement on the label.

2. Read the first 5 ingredients. They play a significant role in the nutritional make-up of a food. What are the protein sources? We believe the primary source should come from quality animal protein, not vegetable protein or grain. Foods that list 2 or more grains in the first 5 ingredients may have more vegetable protein than animal protein.

Look for identifiable animal proteins such as “chicken meal” rather generic terms like “poultry meal,” which can consist of any fowl (turkey, chicken, geese, etc.). You should be aware that some manufacturers use grains such as wheat gluten or corn gluten as less expensive sources of protein.

Grains like soy, corn, corn gluten, wheat and wheat gluten are generally used as inexpensive sources of protein. Also, these grains are prone to molds, which can be toxic. Are also difficult to digest, which means in comparison less nutrition and more clean up.

3. Are there by-products? Some manufacturers consider by-products inferior sources of protein and, depending on the source, they can be difficult to digest. (feet, bones and intestines, etc.)

4. What are the fat sources? Some fats are better than others. In comparison we believe the primary fat source in dog food should be animal based because animal fats contain a profile of fatty acids that are easily metabolized and thus are generally more available to the body.

Animal fats can vary in quality, so look for a species-specific fat like “chicken fat” versus “animal fat” to be certain of the kind of fat your dog is eating.

5. Does your food contain other health-promoting ingredients, such as: Vegetables, Beet fiber, Antioxidants, Omega Fatty Acids, Proteinated Minerals, Bacteria cultures?

Look out for harmful chemicals and preservatives that are added to both wet and dry food. For example, sodium nitrite, a coloring agent and preservative and potential carcinogen, is a common additive.

Preservatives include Ethoxyquin (insecticide that has been linked to liver cancer) and BHA and BHT, chemicals also suspected of causing cancer. The average dog can consume as much as 26 pounds of preservatives every year from eating commercial dog foods.

I hope this helps you choose the right food for your pet. Recent studies have shown processed foods to be a factor in increasing numbers of pets suffering from cancer, arthritis, obesity, dental disease and heart disease.

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Most Important Choose a Pet Food That Has NEVER Been Recalled!

How is your pet food comparing?

The quality and freshness of ingredients, where the products are manufactured, how long they are stored before they are sold on the market makes a huge difference also.

Americans are constantly being misled by clever marketing tactics regarding which food is best for their pet. The unsuitable and harmful ingredients they use, how long it is stored before it is ever placed on shelves for sale. Many pet food companies create several varieties same ingredients just a different bag. So you need to make sure you read the label.

  • Did you know that the FDA does not regulate the pet food industry?
  • Did you also know that most commercial pet foods are made from less than human quality ingredients?
  • Did you know that most pet foods bought in the store have been sitting around for as long as 18 months before you even buy it?
  • Did you know that dogs and cats have the genetic potential to live 20 – 25 years but we are robbing those years from their lives with cheap pet food.

Here are just a few of the procedures that we follow to provide pets with a safe and nutritious product.

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  • All the products are manufactured in a USDA facility,with USA ingredients.
  • All of our ingredients are individually inspected for human quality and carry the APHIS certification (a European standard for human quality ingredients)
  • Every vendor must supply an ‘assurance statement’ with each shipment. This statement must provide nutritional quality of ingredient provided AND must state it is free from any mold, bacteria, and so forth.
  • Our formulator has the ingredients tested AGAIN before manufacturing to make sure the quality is as stated AND it meets her standards. The product is tested 3 times during the manufacturing process – to again to assure everything is ‘as it should be’.
  • The product is tested again after manufacturing and again when it arrives at the warehouse. One bag of food is kept at the warehouse – from each batch – to test in case a Customer has a problem or concern with the product. Each ‘one bag’ from each batch is kept for 6 months.

Home Delivery

Our products are shipped directly from the warehouse to the Customer – no middleman warehousing (concerns of proper  storage and pest control).

To help your dog live a longer and happier life you might want to consider changing to an all natural dog food like Life’s Abundance.

Optimal protein levels for growing puppies and adults Unique blend of antioxidants that support dogs throughout their life cycle.

Comparison to other major cat food brands.

Comparison to other major dog food brands.

Important Facts:

  1. Everything we use is considered to have a beneficial effect on the health and well being of both puppies and adult dogs.
  2. Has the perfect blend of calcium and phosphorous to support growing and aging bones.
  3. Our kibble has tested extremely positively with both puppies and adult dogs, regardless of breed or size.

Want healthy safe cat food or healthy safe dog food? The choice is yours.

Need healthy safe treats for your dog.

Safe and healthy treats for your cat.

Do You Know; By offering pet owners healthy solutions to common pet problems, you can help animals live a longer life, which also allows you to earn a monthly residual income for life.

I am serious about what I do which is offering a safe and healthy pet food.  I am also serious about helping you build a successful business for yourself if you decide this could be something for you.

Pet Lovers and Business Seekers check out ==>The Pet Food Business

Help Your Pet Live A Longer Healthier Life!

To You and Your Pets Health,

Alice

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