Friday, January 7, 2011

Compare Blue for Adult Dogs

Cost to Feed a 30 lb Dog
$0.64 a Day for Life's Abundance $0.66 a day for Blue

As a caring pet parent, one of the most important decisions you can make is the food you feed your dog. That’s because the brand you choose will serve as your dog’s primary source of nutrition. To help you make an informed decision, we evaluated Blue for Adult Dogs Chicken and Rice Recipe based upon nine nutritional measures critical to making a superior food. In the following comparison, we discovered that this brand of Blue dog food does not contain guaranteed amounts of probiotics or vitamins A, C and E, nor does it contain diverse proteins. If you are thinking about or are currently feeding your dog Blue for Adult Dogs Chicken and Rice Recipe, we urge you to consider trying Life’s Abundance Premium Health Food for Puppies and Adult Dogs, which is veterinarian-formulated to help your dog achieve and maintain optimum health.

Do you really know what's in your dog's food?
Your dog eats the same food every day. The brand you feed is your dog's main source of nutrition and vital to a long and healthy life. As a caring pet parent, it is important to see through clever marketing ploys when choosing a food worthy of your best friend.
Although you may think all pet food manufacturers have your pet’s best interests in mind, this is not always the case. Some manufacturers use ingredients that you would never knowingly feed your dog. In fact, you may be shocked to learn what some brands of dog food really contain.
Life’s Abundance Premium Health Food is veterinarian-formulated with safe and wholesome ingredients, including a blend of vitamins and minerals, high-quality proteins, whole grains, an antioxidant system, nutritious vegetables and fruits, omega fatty acids, calcium and phosophorus for healthy teeth and strong bones and dietary fiber to help maintain a healthy digestive tract. Life’s Abundance contains no artificial flavors or colors. And there’s no corn, corn gluten, wheat or wheat gluten.


Chloe's Collars said...

I love your blog, it is so informative! I also own a Standard Poodle and also have a Etsy shop where I make dog collars..

I have another dog (wheaten terrier) with bad skin allergies.. I recently switched his food to California Natural hoping it would be good for his allergies.. Do you have any thoughts about this kind of food?
I would love to know what you think of it.



spotts said...

Hi Leslie,

Thank you for your kinds words and your link. Do you own Chloe's Collars? Would you like to make more money this year? Perhaps we can do a link exchange.
Standard Poodles are the best in my opinion. Wheatens are great little dogs as well.
I'm so glad you asked about the food. I just posted a comparison to California Natural so please check that out.

Chloe's Collars said...

Thank you for that comparison. I will be checking out the dog food you recommend.

Since I have started feeding California Natural my Wheaten has had not had many breakouts, although we are not completely certain that it is a food allergy. It might be an outdoor allergy that has gone away now because of it freezing over. We will see when spring comes around. This is all new to me!

I agree that Standards are the best dogs!! I am totally committed to them for life. I will always have one and they are wonderful dogs.

I do own Chloe's Collars. I don't have a blog or anything and I am not sure that Etsy allows us to post others websites on our sites. They have many rules as to what we are allowed to post. I do sell wholesale if you would be interested in buying some for your shop. I am a fairly new business and trying to get my name and collars out on the market.

Thanks Again,