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What are the ingredients in your Pet's Food ... Do you really know?

Did you know some pet foods actually contain sawdust, chicken beaks, animal toenails, and proven cancer causing agents?  

Where does your dog or cat food rate? This is a gross topic with gross injustices. It is one you need to read.  

Many claim crude by-products as a source of protein on the label of their foods. Let us give you an example; while it is a true statement shoe leather is a source of protein, neither you nor your pet would actually derive any nutritional benefit from eating shoes. The reason is, the protein is not “biologically available.”

Said another way, you or your pet’s system cannot extract any measurable amount of protein from that source.  


There are so many different brands of pet food on the market today for dogs and cats. How do you know which is the best for your pet?  

Many promise good health, top of the line nutrition and natural ingredients. But is your animal really getting it?


     Reading labels is the most important step

in finding a food worthy for your pet.


Most commercial foods are loaded with preservatives, additives, by-products, fillers and sodium. One or all of these ingredients could be detrimental to your pet’s health, causing a range of problems like allergic reaction, intestinal upset, skin disease, kidney and liver failure or even worse, cancer.

Another thing the major pet food manufacturers do not tell you are that many commercial brands also contain the 4 “D’s” (Dead, Diseased, Dying, Decaying animal parts).  

The fact is, when a dairy cow or a farming chicken becomes ill, they don’t dispose of the body, THEY SELL IT TO PET FOOD MANUFACTURERES! This represents millions of dollars to the ranchers of the world.

Are fillers, crude by-products, dead and dying animals, & chemical preservatives that are proven to cause disease what you really think is going to give your precious pet abundant and robust health and a shiny coat?  



We can show you what to look for so you can make the best decision for your pet. Do Not just buy a food because it advertises “Natural” or “Premium”.  Base your decision on the following:  

1. Fillers are a Red Flag! The first ingredient on a label is always your main ingredient, as you probably know. Make sure the first one or two ingredients are Not fillers.

Fillers are usually corn or wheat.

These grains are cheap to purchase.

Avoid fillers like corn or wheat!.....It's a big waste of your hard earned dollar....and not very healthy for your pet either.  

Do not be fooled by “fancy” fillers like Quinoa, oatmeal, millet, etc. These have been ingeniously added to the ingredient list because recently people have discovered them as a healthy part of the human diet.

But animals have a completely different set of needs and reactions to these foods. Foods with a high level of fillers are NOT giving your pet a well-balanced healthy meal.

Instead, he/she will be getting a meal, which will make him feel full. Your pet can become bloated, even lethargic. Over time, he or she may suffer from digestive complications, distension, or organ disease.

Wheat and corn for example are the NUMBER ONE cause of food related allergies and intestinal upset in animals. Could you imagine your dog, in the wild, hunting for a husk of corn?  


2. Know the meat source: Beef or chicken “by-products” means this brand does not contain pure beef or chicken. By-products are hair, feet, ears, noses, tails, fat undeveloped and diseased organs and worse.

Look for meat such as lamb, beef, turkey or chicken (to name a few). These are good, healthful ingredients. Chicken “meal” is also a good source of meat, with the water and fat removed in processing, allowing a more pure source of protein.  


3. Keep preservatives and additives away. Most preservatives and additives are known to cause cancer over long-term consumption for animals and humans. Cumulative effects take hold especially if your dog or cat eats twice a day, every day, year after year.

Truly all natural foods do not contain chemical preservatives or additives and will state it proudly on their labels. You will have a hard time finding these high-integrity brands at your local grocery store.

However, they can be found worldwide in small specialty stores, feed stores, and through the internet. Now, these are available to any person who wants the very best for their pets.    


4.  Do not listen to just your breeder, veterinarian, groomer or pet store clerk. Take their opinions and listen to your heart. These good people come from a personal reference and pride that what they know and have been doing for their animals is the best. Offering you advice different from what they feel is sufficient for their own pets or being open to another way, would be like admitting a personal defeat. You definitely want to avoid their opinion solely.  

Remember: no one will ever care about your pet as much as you.

You must seek out good information like these reports and professionals always looking for the best products and improved formulas.  

A final note on price. When shopping for these natural brands, consider the VALUE of your purchase. You will get more for your dollar.

Natural brands seem higher in price at first glance. But look again. These foods are nutrient DENSE. Because these natural products are nutrient dense......You feed LESS than the cheaper commercial brands!

And your pet is actually getting more and better nutrition in the process!!!

The natural brands are actually Cheaper Per Serving than the brands with less nutrition.

Natural food will: * last longer * save on vet bills in the long run * and even reduce the waste your pet produces (this is a result of a no filler, high quality diet your pet’s system can absorb and utilize better).  

The food you feed your pet is the Single Most Important thing you can do for your pets’ health and your wallet.  



Tippy & Alfred know that this is the most important information you can ever receive for your pet's health. Our pets are what we feed them.

Degenerative type diseases, skin and coat problems, allergies, and many other ailments including accelerated aging are becoming more and more of a problem with pets these days.

We hate to see that.

But Tippy & Alfred and the rest of the help-purrs are living proof that problems such as mentioned above don't have to occur nearly as frequently, or even at all.

Tippy, Alfred, and the rest of the kitties have not made one single visit to the vets for health related problems since Dave started giving them the Life's Abundance Daily Nutritional System.

And they all have beautiful shiny coats, have a lot more energy than they did, hardly ever scratch anymore, have no digestive upsets, no allergies, and even the flea problem they once had is now gone!  



Most pets have the gentic potential to live to be 25 to 30 years of age!

Sadly, many die at 13 to 14 years.....

Dr. Jane Bicks, one of America's Foremost Authorities on pet nutrition has scientifically formulated pet foods and supplements that will help your pet live a much Healthier and Happier life and provide your pet with optimum nutrition.

To Find Out More about how Dr. Bick's Daily Nutritional System
can help your pet:

How you Can Help your Pet


"I believe our Daily Nutritional System is the best way to make sure your pet is getting all he or she needs for a long and healthy life." Dr. Jane Bicks  


What others are saying:

"Life's Abundance Premium Health Food has increased the vitality of all my dogs, added shine to their coats and decreased the amount of shedding." Pam Edwards, DVM


"My dog, Chichi, is now eating Life's Abundance food and Loving It! My husband and I noticed a Dramatic Change!! Not only is her coat soft and shiny, but her eyes are brighter and she has more spunk than ever. I should have put her on this dog food from the start. Thank you for your wonderful products. I'm hooked!" M.H., Texas


"We had a couple of month's backlog of the dog food, as Falcor quit eating as much once he was finished growing. So I cancelled the autoship for a while."

"When he finished the Life's Abundance food, Tom decided to see how he would do on store-bought until I had time to set up the autoship again."

"So, for a month Falcor ate grocery-store dog food."

"I figured it would prove the value of the food to Tom. Boy was I right! Within two weeks, Falcor's coat got dull, and he began having bouts of diarrhea. And he was shedding madly."

"So...the coat problem could have been just from being at a shedding point, right? Diarrhea could have been from the new bones Tom gave him."

"But...after 3 weeks, we noticed that he was scratching all the time, and had chewed the hair off under his front legs. His shedding increased, and his breath began to stink."

"Needless to say, he's back on the Life's Abundance Daily Nutritional System, and all the above problems are beginning to go away.  I hate to remember the beloved dog I had years back who continually suffered from "flea allergy" that no doubt was actually malnutrition. I had no idea."

Diana Ward, Editor, Dogs, Cats, & More E-zine


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