Dental Health

For the past 11 years, Rio and Thor have happily been munching on Life's Abundance Gourmet Dental Treats. They know every morning they are going to get their dental treat and wait by the pantry. Rio always wants a second and Thor always waits until Rio is finished and then eats his slowly and makes Rio watch, drool and of course forget he just had one. Then they end their day with another dental treat. Rio and Thor are large dogs and their suggested feeding guideline for the Life's Abundance... Read more →


Life's Abundance Announces NEW Dental Products And Buffalo Chews For Dogs

We are so pleased to announce five brand new products are on sale now! In recognition of National Pet Dental Month, all of our dental products (including our super tasty Dental Treats For Dogs) are on sale through the month of February! Stock up now!!! Buffalo Bully Sticks For Dogs (Four 9" Sticks) Dogs love to chew, and our new Buffalo Bully Sticks are an all-natural way to satisfy this instinctive desire. Plus they'll help reduce tartar and maintain dental health, all at the same time. On Sale Now! Buffalo... Read more →


Want A Dazzling White Smile In 12 Days? Teeth Whitening Comes With Its Risks

While some people are blessed with bright, white teeth, most people aren't that lucky. Teeth-whitening products have become increasingly popular, and depending on the condition of your teeth and your budget, there are several options available if you'd like to go a few shades brighter. Between the coffee you can't get through the morning without and the occasional glass of wine you sip at dinner, it happens: Your pearly whites become less so. Much of what you eat and drink every day contributes to staining your teeth. Fortunately, there are... Read more →


Gum Problems and Heart Disease Linked

After conducting several researches, researchers have found that people with gum disease are almost twice as likely to suffer from heart disease as those without gum disease. Gum disease is most commonly caused by harmful bacteria that live in excess accumulation of a thin film of material on your exposed tooth surfaces called dental plaque. These nasty bacteria can affect the heart when they enter the blood stream, attaching to fatty plaques in the heart blood vessels and contributing to clot formation. Blood clots can obstruct normal blood flow and... Read more →