At our house, we have two very cute princesses.
A puppy named Bailey Mae:
And a cat named Sophie:
While we recognize them as cat and dog, Sophie tends to believe she is human, and Bailey Mae thinks she’s a cat!
It’s a crazy house, and for the most part, these two get along–er, Sophie tolerates Bailey Mae.
Finding food they each like has been frustrating.
The pet food aisle has a variety to choose from, but once we get it home, Sophie usually turns her nose up, and Bailey Mae follows her ring-leader.
We want to give them food the is healthy and doesn’t make headlines as a national pet food contamination.
After all, we brought them to our home and vowed to take care of them and love them.
Life’s Abundance Pet Food Review
We chose to review Life’s Abundance pet food. I looked at the company before saying yes.
There had been no FDA action, and they aren’t on a recall list.
They use high-quality protein, NOT wheat gluten and rice protein from outside the US.
It’s premium chicken!
The nutritional value is superior due to a “fast-cook” process, and there are no artificial flavors or colors.
I trust the brand due to it having a blend of vitamins, minerals, omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants developed by veterinarians.
Compare pet foods with this side by side look at ingredients.
Our Life’s Abundance representative, Nancy, was very diligent in providing us with information and portions to help Bailey Mae and Sophie transition smoothly to the new food.
It took Sophie a little longer than Bailey Mae to be convinced.
I transitioned the food into a large Rubbermaid container so the food would stay fresh and the kiddos could easily feed our furry family members.
My dad came over to visit after one of the kiddos left Bailey Mae’s Life Abundance food on the table and said, “Oh, wow! Chocolate chips by the handful.”
I said, “Um, dog food!”
To which my dad took a second look and said, “Well, it LOOKS good!”
A few days later, a neighborhood playmate asked if she could have “the stuff in the container” to eat.
I told her, “It’s dog food.”
It made her take a second look.
And while visually, this food looks yummy enough for both young and older folks to want to partake, we didn’t do a taste test.
We didn’t have to…we have an epic taste testimony from Bailey Mae and Sophie.
On occasion, the humans at our house have to run errands.
We leave the pets home as they have proven to be responsible.
Most of the time we return to find something similar to this:
After eating the Life Abundance for one week, we returned home to find our feline and canine lovies are quite the A-Team.
Sophie climbed on the counter and knocked the Life Abundance container to the floor.
From there, Bailey Mae chewed through the Rubbermaid container, and together they opened EVERY sample pack of cat food and ate it!
The cat food looked like this:
After their gluttony, we found Sophie and Bailey Mae like this:
As further testimony to the superior quality of Life’s Abundance, Seamus, a Mastiff, and Life’s Abundance dog beat out 18 other Mastiffs to take the coveted Best of Breed prize at the prestigious Westminster Dog Show last month in New York City.
The only drawback to Life’s Abundance is Sophie now thinks she should be fed three meals a day and waits on the counter with a demanding meow until we serve her!
You won’t find Life’s Abundance in stores. The product is shipped fresh to your door direct from Dr. Jane’s pristine facilities.
In addition to the pet food, we also tried the Revitalizing Shampoo and Bath Fresh Mist. Bailey Mae loves bath time, and we love Life’s Abundance shampoo and bath mist because she doesn’t smell like a wet dog. It makes her coat shine and leaves her incredibly soft. Even Sophie participated in bath time, though she didn’t think it was nearly as entertaining as Bailey Mae.
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would say it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this by the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”.