Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Pet Food Makers * Who Makes your Pet food?

Who Makes Your Pet Food?
You might be surprised to learn who is in the Pet Food Business today. The same companies that make many of your household items like toothpaste, potato chips, laundry detergent, and more, are also making the majority of pet foods in the commercial marketplace. Here is a small list for you to be aware of...

•Proctor and Gamble - Iams and Eukanuba
•Colgate/Palmolive - Science Diet
•Del Monte - Gravy Train, Natures Recipe, Kibbles and Bits
•Diamond - Kirkland, Chicken Soup, Nutra Gold
•Nestle - Purina products
•Mars - Royal Canin, Pedigree, Sensible Choice
•and more

Although there is nothing particularly wrong with the fact that these large companies are now in the pet food business, the real consideration is whether or not you choose to purchase your pet's food from a company whose primary focus is NOT pet food vs. a company whose primary focus IS pet food. The question simply boils down to, who do you trust to feed your pet?

Life's Abundance is the careful creation of renowned formulator and Holistic Veterinarian, Dr. Jane Bicks, whose primary focus is pet food. She is the author of three national books on pet care and nutrition and has served on professional boards including the Cornell Feline Health Center. Dr. Jane served as the President of the Veterinary Medical Association in NYC and was appointed by former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani to help start one of the largest animal shelters in the United States. She has also appeared on many network television and cable programs and numerous radio stations as a veterinary expert.
Dr. Jane is dedicated to the creation and advancement of the purest pet products she can make and has a mission to help pets live a longer, healthier, happier life. Her food is carefully made every couple of days and is shipped freshly and safely to your home within weeks of manufacturing. All of the ingredients are inspected for human quality and are purchased from strict, reliably consistent sources.

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