Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Best Canned Food for Dogs

Life’s Abundance Edge •We have long-relationships with reputable and reliable ingredient suppliers and producers, so we get high-quality ingredients –most of our ingredient suppliers and manufactures are considered friends. •We have great formulations –takes about two years per product (including up-front research) •Our products are formulated to compliment the food –to increase the level of nutrition. They serve important function … to supply pets with various types of nutrients so crucial for a long and healthy life. •We don’t leave any factors that impact safety and quality to chance. •We exercise control at every stage … from preparation to packaging to storage. •Our three warehouses are clean, climate controlled and products are packaged and shipped with care.

Best Porkhide Bones for Dogs

Benefits •Healthy alternative to rawhide. •Hours and hours of chewing pleasure. •Keeps dogs and puppies happily occupied.

Monday, March 28, 2011

Pet Food Business - Getting Started Live Call

Getting Started with Life's Abundance through www.pipschoice.com Tuesday, March 29th at 8:30 pm EST The Getting Started conference call tomorrow night is a very important call. It is not only important to help new Field Reps get off to a good start with their businesses, but it is also a great way for more seasoned Reps to pick up a tip or two that they did not know. That's why we plan to hold the Getting Started conference calls on a regular basis. So don't miss tomorrow night's call with 9-Star Field Rep, Judy Bishop and Customer Service V.P., Ann McEver. Take this opportunity to learn from two people who are very knowledgeable about this business! Conference Call System Please follow the instructions below to participate: Here's how this conference call system works: Each announcement email will contain a unique conference call link. Click on the link a few minutes before the scheduled call. (If you click on it more than one hour before the call, you will simply get a reminder of when the upcoming call will take place.) The link will open a web page that says "Click here to listen in". When clicked, you will have the option to "Listen Live via Web" or "Listen Live via Phone", as noted below: •If you choose "Listen Live via Phone", you have two options: •You can use this general conference call number and ID: (561) 515-1695 and 224012# •Or, you can dial one of the local phone numbers. On the "Listen Live via Phone" web page, click on the link that says "local dial-in numbers". If you find an appropriate local number, then you may not have to pay long distance charges. Use ID 224012# with local call numbers. • •If you choose "Listen Live via Web", keep the following in mind: •There are no phone charges. •This is basically a broadcast option since you will not have the ability to speak. The only way to comment or ask a question is by typing into a instant-message box Remember to get back with me Susan Potts at susanpotts@pipschoice.com

Sunday, March 27, 2011

Dr Sarah Wooten D.V.M.

Dr Sarah Wooten D.V.M.

Staff Veterinarian Dr. Sarah is a veterinarian with 6 years of clinical experience in private practice and not-for-profit shelter medicine. She has extensive knowledge about small animals and spent her senior year at University of California, Davis tracking exclusively small animals. In addition, she has experience in the publishing world and has written for both lay and thesis level audiences on many different subjects.

Veterinary Degree

June 2002 School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California, Davis Small animal track Geraldine R. Dodge Fellow, Frontiers in Medicine – Human- animal bond study Undergraduate Degree May 1998

Wheaton College, Norton, Massachusetts Bachelor of Arts, Graduated Laude Departmental Honors in Biological Sciences Phi Beta Kappa Beta Beta Beta Biological Honors Society

Published Books and Papers Angiogenesis: the in-vivo effect of IL-11 in a choriallantoic membrane assay, 1998, Thesis: Library of Congress 20 Natural Pet Remedies, Barton Publishing, 2008 Joint Relief Remedies for Dogs, Barton Publishing, 2008 Affiliated Associations American Veterinary Medical Association Licensed, State of Colorado

Dr. Jane Foundation

Dr. Jane Foundation Helping companion animals to lead healthier, longer and happier lives is not just our company commitment … it’s our personal mission. That’s why we have worked very hard to not only provide the best, health-promoting products, we have also established a foundation to help improve the lives of abandoned companion animals all across the U.S. The Dr. Jane’s Life's Abundnace Foundation is a non-profit organization absolutely committed to supporting a variety of animal rescue groups, all of which are dedicated to helping to rescue neglected and unwanted animals. Every time you purchase a Life's Abundance product, a portion of the profits are contributed to a fund that supports the operations of this organization. Thank you so much for your continued business! Together, we’re making a positive difference in the world, one animal at a time. Read about the groups that we have helped.

Rat Terrier

This little dog is a
Rat Terrier.

She is old and very sweet. This picture was taken just as she was finishing a big yawn. She looks ferocious

but she is really a sweetheart.

Her teeth are not very good and would really benefit by eating Life's Abundance Dental Treats.

Golden Doodle Doggie

Here's Jack, a very large GoldenDoodle. He was great to clip and his haircut turned out so cute. Jack has a most usual coat color, a blend of grays and browns gives this dog a real sporty look.

Friday, March 25, 2011

Cats Behaving Badly

When it comes to knowing cats, Dr. Jane has the insight to help you understand the cat's attitudes. One being the "Bad Kitty syndrome" as I like to call it. Here is what Dr. Jane Bicks has to say about the matter.

"As a holistic vet, I’m frequently asked, “How can I deal with my cat’s bad attitude?” The problem area dubbed “feline aggression” can be complicated, upsetting and potentially hazardous for pet parents. Not only can cat bites and scratches really hurt, they can transmit diseases, too, such as cat scratch fever (yes, it is real). While most cat moms and dads prefer a purring lap-warmer, especially on cold winter nights, some felines need extra help learning how to sheathe their claws.

Unfortunately, feline aggression is not well understood or handled appropriately. An important first step in dealing with this frustrating issue is to understand the behavior. Learning why a cat lashes out can help pet parents deal with the issue patiently and properly.

In this post I’ll be covering the five basic types of aggression in cats.
Pain- or Health-Related Aggression

A cat who is experiencing pain or ailing may exhibit aggressive behavior, so it’s vital that your first stop be a trip to your vet, especially if what you’re witnessing is a recent change in behavior. Medical conditions that can cause pain and aggression include abscesses, dental disease and arthritis. Additionally, hyperthyroidism is associated with increased aggression in older cats. Alleviation of underlying medical conditions can often resolve the aggressive behavior.

Play Aggression

This form of aggression is typical of young cats and kittens. You can recognize play aggression by the feline’s posture: stalking or crouching like a lion, lashing the tail from side-to-side, especially when their pupils are dilated. As unsuspecting “prey” passes, whether it’s your dog or your spouse ... pounce! The cat who attacks your ankle and then disappears in a flurry of fur isn’t trying to maim you - he’s playing, albeit aggressively.

The best way to address play aggression is integrate a toy, such as a cat fishing pole or a laser pointer, into play sessions. These toys serve a dual purpose - they will hold your cat’s attention while burning off excess energy and keep your hands out of the “strike zone”. A stuffed sock can provide the perfectly-pouncible object. If additional measures are required to curb the behavior, consider blocking access to your cat’s favorite stalking places or use a noise deterrent, such as shaking a can full of coins. Remember that you must use a noise deterrent within the first few seconds of the inappropriate behavior for it to be effective. Never let your cat, even when he is a cute kitty, view you as an acceptable chew-toy. You might also trim her nails to minimize the “ouch factor” (here’s a video that shows you how).

Fear Aggression

When a fearful cat encounters an unpleasant situation, such as the veterinary office, he will likely take steps to protect himself. Fear clues include crouching with tail and legs tucked under, hissing and baring teeth, flattened ears, dilated pupils and fur standing on end. If your cat is fearful, it is important to identify and avoid, if possible, the thing triggering the fear. To overcome fear aggression, you can try to desensitize your cat to the fear-inducing object by keeping it at a distance and rewarding your cat with treats for non-aggressive behavior. Also, try to minimize stress in a fearful feline’s home environment. If your cat is completely out of control, have your veterinarian refer you to a behavioral specialist who can work with you and possibly prescribe medications to get your cat through the rough spots.

Redirected Aggression

I like to refer to this type as “innocent bystander aggression”. Redirected aggression typically occurs when a cat is aroused by one stimulus, such as a bird outside, when another pet or person intervenes. A cat exhibiting redirected aggression can be staring at something while growling and pacing with a lashing tail and dilated eyes. Avoid this cat until he has calmed down because interaction can lead to injury. If you can identify the stimulus that sets off your cat, you may be able to prevent the aggression. If it’s an external stimulus for an indoor cat, try using sticky tape or window blinds to prevent him from perching on windowsills. This, coupled with motion-activated lights (or sprinklers) to discourage outdoor visitors, could end the behavior. If your cat is aroused for an extended period of time, you can herd him with a thick folded blanket to a “time out” room equipped with food, water and litter. After he becomes calm, reward him with loads of attention.


Similar to redirected aggression, overstimulation usually occurs when you are petting your cat and out of the blue they grab you and sink their teeth or claws into you. For highly reactive and vivacious cats, even a single long stroke down the spine can elicit an aggressive reaction. The key here is to recognize the warning signs: when the tail starts twitching, stop petting. Restrict your affections to areas that your cat enjoys, such as behind the ears or under the chin. If your cat grabs you, try not to overact; in fact, if you can, simply freeze … they will usually calm down quickly and let go.

If you take-away anything from this article, I hope it’s to never, ever hit a biting or scratching cat. Physical punishment, even a light rap on the nose, can increase fear and anxiety, potentially worsening the aggressive behavior. With time and patience, you can turn even the most claw-happy kitty into a loving companion."

Thank you for all you do to make the world a better place for companion animals,
Dr. Jane

Monday, March 21, 2011

Lisa & Jeff Larson Life's Abundance Pet reps helping rescue groups make money for their cause

Lisa & Jeff Larson have been Life's Abundance rep for just over 8 months now. They bring to the table their love and compassion for rescue groups. Are you a group that wants to benefit from being a part of a great company that is dedicated to helping pet's live happier, healthier lives? Give them a call 949-291-9063 PST and Lisa or Jeff will be glad to help you.
Click Here for details on becoming a Life's Abundance rep in your area.

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Pet Food Sales On The Rise

Pet Food Sales On The Rise
Report: U.S. Pet Food Sales Up in 2010
The U.S. pet food market continued to grow in 2010, although at a much slower rate than in the past several years, according to a report released last week by market researcher Packaged Facts.

The report, Pet Food in the U.S., 9th Edition, analyzes trends in dog food, cat food and other pet food (birds, small animals, fish and reptiles, collectively) in mass-market outlets, pet specialty stores and other channels, such as veterinary offices and the Internet.

It found that U.S. retail sales of pet food reached $18.4 billion in 2010, up 2.8 percent over 2009 sales. Although pet food sales were up, Packaged Facts reported that the 2.8 percent growth rate was the slowest the market has seen since the turn of the millennium.

Still, despite the sluggish growth, the pet food category saw a number of significant investment deals in 2010: Procter & Gamble acquired Natura Pet Products, NestlĂ© Purina bought Waggin’ Train, and Del Monte, the maker of Meow Mix, Kibbles ‘n Bits and a number of other pet food brands, received a buyout offer by an investor group lead by Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. L.P. The Del Monte deal is expected to close at the end of this month. Packaged Facts anticipates additional acquisitions of natural pet companies by mainstream market leaders during 2011 and 2012.

Also noteworthy, introductions of new pet food products, including complete diets and treats, reached an all-time high in 2010, with 291 reports representing 1,310 SKUs, according to the report.

Household Purchasing of Pet Products (food and non-food) by Retail Channel, 2010
(percent of U.S. households with pets)

Supermarkets 41%
Petsmart 29%
Discount Stores 25%
Petco 20%
Veterinarians 16%
Independent Pet Stores 11%
Warehouse Clubs 9%
Drugstores/Convenience 5%
Online 5%
Other 12%
Note: Percentages are based on a total of 60.8 million pet-owning households in 2010.

Source: Packaged Facts

Mass-market outlets led in pet food sales, with supercenters/mass merchandisers and supermarkets collectively claiming 43 percent of the market in 2010. Leading mass-market sales are NestlĂ© Purina, followed by Mars, Del Monte, Iams (P&G). Dad’s, Central Garden & Pet and Hartz Mountain each garnered about 1 percent of sales, according to the report.
Mass-market sales of dog food, the largest pet food category, grew 1.5 percent in 2010 to reach $3.7 billion, according to the report. However, pound volume was down 1 percent at 3.7 billion pounds. Biscuits and treats performed well, growing nearly 8 percent over 2009. The smallest segment, frozen/refrigerated dog food, jumped 10 percent, driven almost exclusively by the efforts of Freshpet, according to Packaged Facts.

Mass-market sales of cat food declined 0.2 percent in 2010 to $2.4 billion. Like its dog counterpart, cat treats also performed well, and the frozen/refrigerated segment rose from virtually nothing in 2009 to $600,000 in 2010, according to the report.

Other pet food sales in mass-market outlets decreased 7 percent to $240 million in 2010. Packaged Facts attributed the decline in sales to the decline in ownership of animals other than dogs or cats.

The pet specialty channel, which comprises chains and independents, accounts for most of the balance of overall pet food sales at 35 percent, with the large majority of this share going to the chains. Leaders in this channel include Breeder’s Choice Pet Foods, Dick Van Patten’s Natural Balance Pet Food, Hill’s Pet Nutrition (Colgate-Palmolive), Midwestern Pet Foods Inc., Natura Pet Products (P&G), Nutro Products (Mars), Precise Pet Products, Wellpet and Wysong Corp. The top mass-market players also compete in pet specialty.

Other channels share the remaining 12 percent of sales, of which veterinarians and warehouse clubs are the most important.

Looking ahead to the next five years, Packaged Facts does not expect to see pet food sales returning to their pre-recession annual growth rate of 5 percent to 6 percent, but it does predict a gradual improvement. For 2011 to 2015, Packaged Facts expects a compound annul growth rate of 3.5 percent, with U.S. retail pet food sales reaching $21.8 billion in 2015.

This article was taken from PetProductNews.com

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News from Life's Abundance Pet Business

New Field Rep Promotion
The 20% Retail Bonus Bonanza!
It gives us great pleasure to announce a very special promotion called the 20% Retail Bonus Bonanza. This promotion incentivizes recruiting and, therefore, encourages Field Reps in your downline to build their businesses much faster than usual. Here’s how the 20% Retail Bonus Bonanza will work …
Enrollment Period: The enrollment period begins on April 1, 2011 and lasts through June 30, 2011.

Eligibility Period: Field Reps are eligible to participate in this promotion the month they sign up during the enrollment period and the next three months following their sign-up.

Criteria: A Field Rep must meet the following two criteria to qualify for the 20% Retail Bonus in a given month: (1) be an Executive Field Rep and (2) have at least $50.00 in Personal Sales.
In an effort to help you better understand this promotion, we provided three different scenarios:
Scenario #1: A recruit signs up as an Executive Field Rep on April 7th. This Field Rep is eligible for the 20% Retail Bonus for the remainder of the month of April, as well as all of May, June and July. After July 31st, the Retail Bonus reverts to the standard amount.

Scenario #2: A recruit signs up as a basic Field Rep on April 7th, and then upgrades to Executive Field Rep status on June 7th. This Field Rep is eligible for the 20% Retail Bonus for the remainder of the month of June and all of July. After July 31st, the Retail Bonus reverts to the standard amount.

Scenario #3: A recruit signs up as an Executive Field Rep on June 20th. This Field Rep is eligible for the 20% Retail Bonus for the remainder of the month of June, as well as all of July, August and September. After September 30th, the Retail Bonus reverts to the standard amount.
Of course, it is to your advantage to work with the Reps in your organization to achieve $750.00 or more in Personal Sales, so they never have to go below the 20% Retail Bonus level.

Finally, because we do not want you to wait until April to sign up new Field Reps, the recruits that you sign up in March are eligible to participate in this promotion in April, May, June and July, as long as they meet the criteria. Actually, this is the same eligibility period if you signed up a Field Rep in April.

Here’s why the 20% Retail Bonus Bonanza will be a very effective recruiting program:
Incentive: This special promotion can help convince a prospect who’s “on the fence” to join now.

Need for Speed: The limited-time enrollment period helps you to convey to recruits a sense of urgency.

Mentoring: This promotion provides you the perfect opportunity to mentor new recruits. You can explain the importance of working together to achieve the $750.00 level before the promotion ends. That way, your new Rep will be much less likely to ever revert back to lower levels of the Retail Bonus.

Satisfaction: More money in new Field Reps’ pockets not only fosters a great sense of satisfaction, it also encourages them to actively continue building their businesses.

Experience: Once a new Field Rep knows how to achieve the 4-Star level, he or she has internalized many of the basics of success.
We believe the 20% Retail Bonus Bonanza will prove to be a highly effective recruiting and business-building tool. We encourage you to contact the Field Reps in your downline and convince them to take advantage of this very special offer!

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Friday, March 18, 2011

Shaved Cat

Sometimes we just need to shave a cat. This is Rags, he is a Russian Blue Persian mix. Rags came into the grooming parlor and was matted beyond combing and brushing. So I shaved his body and legs down but left some hair on his front legs and hind legs. His tail was pretty good and his head was easy to fluff out. Rags is so much happier now and so is his daddy.
Good job Rags, you look marvelous!

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

New and Improved Agility Supplement

New and Improved Agility Supplement

Shih Tzu Poodle Mix after grooming

So tired. Time for an after grooming nap on the groomer's reception room floor.

Shih Tzu Poodle Mix

Introducing Jack.
Here's one of the cutest puppy's ever. When Jack walked into the grooming parlor today, I could not even see his eyes. Although he was not into such bad shape, he was hairy. So hairy in fact, I took a lot of hair off of him. Results:
One cute pup. Just look at that face and yes, that's a tooth showing.
I used a C comb on his body and down his sides. I scissored his legs, tail chest and face to create this stunning little shih tzu poodle mix breed.

Friday, March 11, 2011

Life's Abundance Pet Product Executive Rep Pack

We are happy to announce that we have updated the contents of the Pet Product Executive Rep Pack. The updated pack will include a more useable number of individual product samples as well as seven full-size products. We believe this new line-up of products will be much more effective for your new Field Reps. The price of the Pet Product Executive Rep Pack remains the same at $227.95 and the Quick Start Bonus remains the same at $43.00.

Below is a list of the items included in the updated Pet Product Executive Rep Pack.

# of Units

The Truth About Pet Foods DVD

3.3 lb. Trial-size Bags of Life's Abundance Premium Dry Dog Food

2.2 lb. Trial-size Bags of Life's Abundance Premium Dry Cat Food

Sample Bags of Life's Abundance Premium Dry Dog Food

Sample Bags of Life's Abundance Weight-Loss Dry Dog Food

Sample Bags of Life's Abundance Premium Dry Cat Food

Sample Bags of Antioxidant Health Bars for Dogs

Sample Bags of Gourmet Dental Treats for Dogs

Sample Bags of Wholesome Hearts Low-Fat Treats for Dogs

Sample Bags of Gourmet Cat Treats for Healthy Skin & Coat

Sample Bags of Wellness Food Supplements for Dogs(w/postcards)

Sample Bags of Wellness Food Supplements for Cats(w/postcards)

Sample Bags of Tasty Rewards Training Treats for Dogs(w/postcards)

Cans of Premium Turkey & Shrimp Breakfast for Dogs

Cans of Premium Chicken & Crab Dinner for Dogs

Cans of Instinctive Choice Premium Cat Food

Bag of Porky Puffs Treats for Dogs

Bottle of Revitalizing Shampoo for Dogs and Cats

Bottle of Bath Fresh Mist for Dogs and Cats

Bottle of Agility Formula for Dogs and Cats (60 ct.)

Bottle of Skin & Coat Formula for Dogs and Cats (60 ct.)

Bottle of Ear Care Formula for Dogs and Cats

Bottle of BioDeodorizer with Sprayer

Starter Kit

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Dr. Jane Bicks - Life's Abundance Formulator

It was my pleasure to meet Dr. Jane Bicks (in black) the formulator of Life's Abundance pet products. We spent a week on board the Carnival Dream and sailed to the Bahama's, St. Thomas & St. Marten US Virgin Islands. Just look at our wind-blown hair.

The experience I had learning from Dr. Jane was fantastic. She is a great lady, she funny, she real and she knows her stuff!!!

I am so happy to have finally met her, as I have been listening to her live calls for the past 4 1/2 years.
Click the message box to hear Dr. Jane

I luv my petz

Health is more than just eating right and exercising – it’s about cultivating the right attitude and making a commitment to feel better … to be better for both pet and people.

At Life's Abundance, we understand commitment. We’re pledged to providing the best possible products for our customers, to help them live longer, healthier and happier lives.

We provide an array of superior quality, safe and effective products that are inspired by nature, informed by science and born of a commitment to improving the health of people, pets and the planet.

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Jones Natural Chews Co Recalls Pig Ear Dog Chews Because Of Possible Salmonella Health Risk

Jones Natural Chews Co Recalls Pig Ear Dog Chews Because Of Possible Salmonella Health Risk

Jones Natural Chews Co
877-481-2663 or 815-874-9500

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - March 8, 2011 - Jones Natural Chews Co of Rockford, IL is recalling 2705 boxes of Pig Ears because it has the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella. Salmonella can affect animals and there is risk to humans from handling contaminated pet products. People handling dry pet food and/or treats can become infected with Salmonella, especially if they have not thoroughly washed their hands after having contact with the chews or any surfaces exposed to these products.

Healthy people infected with Salmonella should monitor themselves for some or all of the following symptoms: nausea, vomiting, diarrhea or bloody diarrhea, abdominal cramping and fever. Rarely, Salmonella can result in more serious ailments, including arterial infections, endocarditis, arthritis, muscle pain, eye irritation, and urinary tract symptoms. Consumers exhibiting these signs after having contact with this product should contact their healthcare providers.

Pets with Salmonella infections may be lethargic and have diarrhea or bloody diarrhea, fever, and vomiting. Some pets will have only decreased appetite, fever and abdominal pain. Infected but otherwise healthy pets can be carriers and infect other animals or humans. If your pet has consumed the recalled product and has these symptoms, please contact your veterinarian.

Jones Natural Chews Pig Ears were distributed in CT, IA, IL, MA, ME, MI, MN, MO, MT, NC, ND, NJ, NM, NY, PA,VA, WA, and WI. They were shipped to distributors and retailers between September 15, 2010 and November 2, 2010 where they were available for purchase.

Jones Natural Chews Co Pig Ears 2pk bag with header card–item upc 741956001047 lot 2420
Jones Natural Chews Co Pig Ears bulk 100ct box-box upc 741956001139 lot 2490, 2560, 2630, 2700, 2840, 2910, 2980
Jones Natural Chews Co Pig Ears bulk 50 ct box-box upc 741956001504 lot 2490, 2840
Jones Natural Chews Co Pig Ears bulk 25ct box-box upc 741956001467 lot 2700
Jones Natural Chews Co Pig Ears 1pk shrinkwrapped-item upc 741956001146 lot 2700, 2840, 2420
Jones Natural Chews Co Pig Ears 10pk printed bag-item upc 741956001405 lot 2420, 2560, 2630, 2840
Blain’s Farm & Fleet Pig Ears 10 pieces bag-item upc 741956001405 lot 2560
Country Butcher Dog Chews Pig Ears 1pk shrinkwrapped-item upc 741956001511 lot 2630
Country Butcher Dog Chews Pig Ears 1pk shrinkwrapped-item upc 741956001146 lot 2420
Country Butcher Dog Chews Pig Ears 12pk bag-item upc 741956001245 lot 2910

No illnesses have been reported to date.

The recall was the result of a routine sampling program by Washington State Department of Agriculture which revealed that the finished products contained the bacteria. The company has no product left in inventory from this batch of pig ears.

Consumers who have purchased any of these pig ears are urged to return it to the place of purchase for a full refund. Consumers with questions may contact the company at 1-877-481-2663.

Source FDA Press Release

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Breeder Recommends Great Food

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Sunday, March 6, 2011

Life's Abundance Dog Food Testimonial video

So many pet loving people trust Life's Abundance.

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