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Is Your Cat Finnicky? Try Instinctive Choice All Life Stage Canned Cat Food!

Is your kitty finnicky? Tried a million cans of canned cat food and haven't found the right one? We have a super tasty, kitty approved food - Instinctive Choice canned cat food!

  • Grain-free recipe
  • Organic chicken plus turkey, liver & shrimp
  • Prebiotics for optimal digestion
  • Made in the USA

It's a yummy food cat's love!

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You can purchase a case of Instinctive Choice canned cat food or just start with a few cans. Click here to order for your fabulous feline today! Healthy! Never Recalled! Holistically Formulated!


The Many Health Benefits Of Living With Dogs

While all dog lovers intuitively know we are happier and healthier with a dog or two (or three) in our lives, scientists around the world have been working to prove that this isn’t just a feeling but a fact. Dogs really do make us healthier!

  1. Fewer allergies
    That old wives tale that being around animals is more likely to make you sick is just that … a misconception. In fact, children raised around animals are 33% less likely to have allergies to those animals than those who are raised in a more sterile environment. Just like the “hygiene hypothesis” surmising that early exposure to germs makes us better at fighting them, being around allergens while our bodies are still growing helps the body recognize these particles as being A-OK.
  2. Trimmer waist
    Pet parents are less likely to suffer from obesity compared to the general population, particularly if you are the person in the household responsible for walking the dog. It makes sense: maybe you can talk yourself out of an early a.m. stroll, but it’s harder to justify skipping the walk when your dog is giving you those big, excited eyes!

  3. Lower rates of eczema
    Eczema, a painful and itchy skin condition, is a common plague in children and thought to have an allergic component. Children raised with dogs have demonstrably lower levels of eczema compared to the pet-less, which is great news for those of us who love dogs AND kids, and couldn’t imagine going without either!
  4. Cancer detection
    A dog’s sense of smell is somewhere between 10,000 and 100,000 times more sensitive than our own. Think about that the next time your spray perfume in their presence! One of the unintended benefits of this is that many dogs seem to pick up on very subtle olfactory indicators of disease. Dogs have shown repeatable, reliable skill in finding lung, bladder, breast, colon, and ovarian cancers in people … some of whom passed more commonly accepted screening tests! If your dog shows a sudden and insatiable interest in a certain body part, don’t ignore it … your pup may be trying to save your life!
  5. Noticing low blood sugar
    More than one out of every three dogs living with diabetics can detect low blood sugar, according to researchers. With no prior training, some of these dogs have on their own alerted their owners to something being off, providing people a critical lead time in intervening before their blood sugar levels lead to serious symptoms.

Original article by Dr. Jessica Vogelsang

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Life's Abundance Omega 3 Ultra Pure Fish Oil For Dogs & Cats!

Omega 3 Ultra Pure Fish Oil For Dogs & Cats!
 
Life's Abundance fish oils contain at least 30% EPA and DHA, an ideal concentration for the overall health of your dog or cat. The oil is in a triglyceride form, which is highly bioavailable and without added flavors so it has a natural taste that dogs and cats love.
 
Life's Abundance liquid fish oil supplements are effortless to feed compared to gel capsules, which can be difficult to swallow and messy when rejected. The 2-oz. bottle has an easy-to-measure dropper and the 8-oz. bottle has an easy-to-use cup. (A triglyceride fish oil will not have any effect on the plastic dropper or measuring cup.)
 
Life's Abundance Ultra-Pure Fish Oil offers outstanding value. For example, it cost only $.18 a day for a ten-pound cat and only $.37 a day for a 40-lb. dog on Autoship.
 
Learn more about the benefits of fish oil for pets at http://bit.ly/LAPetFishOil
 
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Addiction Dog Food Recall - Addiction Foods Voluntarily Recalls Limited Lots of New Zealand Brushtail & Vegetable and New Zealand Venison & Apple Canned Dog Food

The following canned dog foods have been recalled from Addiction New Zealand Dog & Cat Food. This is not on their website but was sent out in a release. This info was given to retailers and online retailers. Please share this with your friends if they feed Addiction so they can watch for these affected lots.

Addiction New Zealand Brushtail & Vegetables Canned Dog Food Entree 13.8oz/390g
UPC Code – 8 885004 070028
Lot Number – 8940:02Dec2018
Expiration Date – December 2018

Addiction New Zealand Venison & Apples Canned Dog Food Entree, 13.8oz/390g
UPC Code – 8 885004 070462
Lot Number – 8936:01Dec2018
Expiration Date – December 2018

The recall was initiated by FDA, and after Addiction’s testing, there were elevated levels of Vitamin A and slight variance in calcium/ phosphorous ratios identified in the food.

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This is the release that was sent out. Not sure how many people actually got this since it's not publicized on their website. -

Customer Notification Addiction Foods Voluntarily Recalls Limited Lots of New Zealand Brushtail & Vegetable and New Zealand Venison & Apple Canned Dog Food

Release Date: Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Addiction Foods LLC of Seattle, WA is voluntarily recalling very limited quantities of our New Zealand Brushtail & Vegetable and New Zealand Venison & Apple Canned Dog Food.

Our testing has identified elevated levels of Vitamin A and slight variance in calcium/ phosphorous ratios. There have been no reports of animal health concerns, but these particular lots do not meet our quality standards. If dogs were fed exclusively these products for 60 days, the expected effect would be a reduction in appetite. Exposure to excessive Vitamin A levels for an extended period of time may cause adverse health consequences in young, growing animals. Therefore, out of an abundance of caution, we are voluntarily recalling these products.

Addiction Food’s top priority is the safety and quality of our products. We are taking immediate action and implementing additional operating procedures to prevent an issue like this from occurring in the future.

No other Addiction Pet Food products are affected by this recall.

The affected product was shipped to select distributors and online retailers between February 11, 2016 and March 19, 2016. Products affected by this announcement:

 Addiction New Zealand Brushtail & Vegetables Canned Dog Food Entrée, 13.8oz/390g

o UPC Code - 8 885004 070028

o Lot Number – 8940:02Dec2018

o Expiration Date – December 2018

 Addiction New Zealand Venison & Apples Canned Dog Food Entrée, 13.8oz/390g

o UPC Code – 8 885004 070462

o Lot Number – 8936:01Dec2018

o Expiration Date – December 2018

Consumers who purchased the items listed above should discontinue use of the product and may return any unused cans to the place of purchase for a full refund. Consumers with questions may contact the company at 425-251-0330, or via email at info@addictionfoods.com. Our office hours are Monday thru Friday 9am to 5pm PST.

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Has Your Kitty Tried Our Scrumdiddlyumptious Grain Free, Canned Cat Food Yet?

Has your kitty tried our scrumdiddlyumptious grain free, canned cat food yet?
 
Grain-free recipe
Organic chicken plus turkey, liver & shrimp
Prebiotics for optimal digestion
Made in the USA
Never recalled
Holistically formulated
 
Grab a case, or 2 or 3 at http://bit.ly/InstinctiveChoice
 
***We have customers that ship 20-30 cases to them for just $8.85! That is pawsome!
 
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