"Isn't Your Pet Worth It"

After years of research Doggies Unlimited was created for the health of our pets by creating Organic Dog Biscuits and fresh made jerky, Beef, Turkey and Chicken with Celery, Broccoli, Parsley, Carrots and Zucchini. All made and shipped the same day. Doggies Unlimited is also the Representatives for the Life's Abundance. And future home of the Slow Pull Retractable Leashes. Life's Abundance is a Holistic Veterinarian Formulated Pet Foods, Treats, Supplements, Grooming and the Slow Pull Retractable Leashes needs both for dogs and cats. A lot of times we just grab a bag of dog or cat pet foods or treats from the shelf that look good because of the packaging but don't be fooled they are often not made with the healthiest choices of ingredients. Take the time to read the labels as to what is in it. And where they originate from. Don't be fooled by the packaging. I believe that if the ingredients don't sound like human choices of ingredients that you could eat then you have to ask yourself, if I wouldn't eat it, then why would I feed it to my best friend. Think about it. "Isn't Your Pet Worth It". Visit: Doggies Unlimited @ www.doggiesunlimited.com

Saturday, June 15, 2013


My Fun LIFE offers you a chance to become a member of a new Travel App that is about to go global. This new Travel App will allow you to travel at wholesale rates because of this membership type program that is built with the same concept as Costco. We love to travel but the travel rates have become so expensive. I am happy to see this new company that is now going to give me the opportunity to travel more with ours pets. If you like to travel with your loved ones including your best friends your need to checkout this new program out that not only offers you great travel benefits but also additional income benefits to make your life better. Visit www.myfunlife2.com
and watch the 3 video's. Join and then tell your family and friends to check it out. You can still get in on the ground level prior to it going global.

Friday, March 15, 2013

Recall - Bravo Chicken Blend Raw Frozen Food

Bravo! Recalls 2 lb Tubes of Chicken Blend-Raw Frozen Food Diet for Dogs and Cats (One Lot Code) Because of Possible Salmonella Health Risk Contact: Consumer: David Bogner 866-922-9222 E-mail: info@bravorawdiet.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - March 13, 2013 - Bravo! is voluntarily recalling its 2 lb tubes of Bravo! Raw Food Diet Chicken Blend for Dogs and Cats, product code: 21-102, batch ID code 6 14 12, because it has the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella. The recall involves 2 lb. Bravo! Chicken Blend frozen raw diet tubes (chubs) made on June 14, 2012 only; no other products or sizes are involved. The recalled product should not be sold or fed to pets. This batch tested negative by a third party independent laboratory prior to release for distribution to consumers, however routine testing by the Minnesota Department of Agriculture of product collected from a single retail location tested positive for presence of salmonella. While the testing discrepancy is unclear, in an abundance of caution Bravo is issuing this recall. The company has received no reports of illness in either people or animals associated with this product. The recalled product is distributed nationwide to distributors, retail stores, internet retailers and directly to consumers, and can be identified by the batch ID code 6 14 12 located on the white hang tag attached to the bottom of the plastic film tube. Pet owners should return unopened frozen tubes of food to the store where purchased for a full refund. Pet owners should dispose of opened tubes of product in a safe manner (example, a securely covered trash receptacle) and return the washed plastic batch ID tag to the store where purchased for a full refund. Salmonella can affect animals eating the products and there is risk to humans from handling contaminated pet products, especially if they have not thoroughly washed their hands after having contact with the products 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. In an effort to prevent the transmission of Salmonella from pets to family members and care givers, the FDA recommends that everyone follow appropriate pet food handling guidelines when feeding their pets. A list of safe pet food handling tips can be found at: http://www.fda.gov/ForConsumers/ConsumerUpdates/ucm048182.htm. For more information on the Bravo recall, please visit www.bravorawdiet.com, or call toll free (866) 922-9222 Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm (EST).

Sunday, February 17, 2013

Life's Abundance - What It's All About

What is Life's Abundance? Take a minute to view this great new video for a better understanding of what Life's Abundance Pet Foods are all about. It is safe and healthy Holistic Veterinarian formulated pet foods. Through research it is the best I have found. (vimeo.com/57959594) Visit www.lifeshealthypetfood.com to start your best friend on Life's Abundance.

Nature's Variety Recalls for Dog's & Cats

Nature's Variety Recalls Instinct Raw Organic Chicken Formula For Dogs & Cats Nature's Variety News - February 15, 2013 NATURE’S VARIETY ISSUES VOLUNTARY RECALL OF ONE BATCH OF INSTINCT® RAW ORGANIC CHICKEN FORMULA FOR DOGS & CATS DUE TO POSSIBLE HEALTH RISK Natures-variety-raw-organic-chicken-160Nature’s Variety has announced a voluntary recall of one batch of Instinct® Raw Organic Chicken Formula with a "Best if Used By" date of 10/04/13. This action is being taken because pieces of clear plastic may be found in some bags and could cause a potential choking risk to pets. The source of plastic has been identified and the issue has been resolved. The affected product is strictly limited to a single batch of Organic Chicken Formula with the “Best if Used By” date of 10/04/13. This includes: • UPC# 7 69949 60137 1 – Instinct Raw Organic Chicken Formula medallions, 3 lbs. bag • UPC# 7 69949 70137 8 – Instinct Raw Organic Chicken Formula medallions, 27 lbs. case • UPC# 7 69949 60127 2 – Instinct Raw Organic Chicken Formula patties, 6 lbs. bag • UPC# 7 69949 70127 9 – Instinct Raw Organic Chicken Formula patties, 36 lbs. case The "Best if Used By" date is located on the back of the package below the "Contact Us" section. The affected product was distributed through retail stores and internet sales in the United States and Canada. No other products were impacted. Nature’s Variety became aware of a potential issue after receiving a consumer complaint. The source of the issue was identified and resolved. To date, there have been no reports of harm to dogs or cats. Reed Howlett, CEO of Nature’s Variety, stated, "At Nature’s Variety we take quality and safety very seriously. We believe that under all circumstances, the health and safety of pets comes first." Consumers feeding the affected product should discontinue use and monitor their pet’s health, and contact their veterinarian if they have concerns. Consumers who have purchased one of the above products can obtain a full refund or exchange by either returning the product in its original packaging or bringing a proof of purchase back to their retailer. Consumers with additional questions can call the Nature’s Variety Consumer Relations team at 1.888.519.7387 Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. CST. Visit www.lifeshealthypetfood.com for a safe and healthy Holistic Vet formulated pet foods.

Saturday, January 26, 2013

Life's Abundance Premium Health Food for Large Breed Puppies

Life's Abundance Premium Health Food for Large Breed Puppies is now available. Big bundles of joy, large breeds have so much to offer. They’re intelligent, playful, affectionate and loyal. The bonding is almost instantaneous and the new arrival becomes part of the family. And, just like any other family member, making sure your puppy starts on the path to a long, healthy life from day one is imperative. Feeding a food formulated to meet your large breed’s specific needs is vital to your puppy’s well-being. Life’s Abundance Premium Health Food For Large Breed Puppies contains a precise balance of protein, calories, calcium and phosphorus to encourage healthy, controlled growth rates and aid in the development of strong teeth and bones. The Ingredients in this food were carefully chosen for their individual nutrients, which work together to provide a comprehensive and perfectly balanced meal to help your puppy grow and thrive. We cultivate long-term relationships with our suppliers to make sure we obtain the highest quality ingredients and we've made it our mission to provide companion animals with exactly what they need to help ensure a lifetime of good health. This great new product is now available at: Doggies Unlimited @ www.doggiesunlimited.com and Life's Healthy Pet Food @ www.lifeshealthypetfood.com http://www.lifesabundance.com/Pets/Puppy/PuppyFoodLargeBreed.aspx?realname=20076332&cat=0&hdr=&Ath=False

Friday, January 25, 2013

Dangers of the Retractable Dog Leashes

Dangers of the Retractable Dog Leashes The new Life's Abundance Slow Pull Retractable Leashes are coming soon. Created by inventor Brian Smith. This has been created due to his own injuries received from a retractable dog leash. The Slow Pull Retractable Leashes
will be available for purchase from Doggies Unlimited @ www.doggiesunlimited.com, Life's Healthy Pet Food @ www.lifeshealthypetfood.com and Slow Pull Retractable Leashes @ www.slowpullretractableleashes.com.Email us at slowpullretractablesleashes@aol.com to receive updates as we receive them. Most people are not aware of the dangers of retractable leashes, until they suffer an injury to themselves or their pet. Retractable leashes are great if you have an extremely well trained dog that does not want to take off on you. Usually it works well on an older dog who has no need to make sudden unpredictable lunges in different directions. It is fine for dogs that just want to meander around at a distance for it’s own business. Of course owners that use these leashes need to be careful.. Many owners think that their puppy needs a retractable so it can run more and get more energy out, but puppies have high energy and they want to run circles around other dogs on meeting or chase after birds and rabbits. Retractables teach puppies that they can do what they want and eventually when the puppy is full grown the retractable has trained him to be wild and out of control; now you have a problem because it was fine when the puppy weighed 10 pounds but now you have a 70-80 pound dog that has learned it can run full speed ahead of you on a long retractable leash. These leashes can cause major injuries. Here is a real life scenario; A child is standing on a hill playing a little way from her mom… she is playing with her own dog when suddenly another dog who is walking with his owner sees that dog and is on a retractable leash. The dog is very friendly and loves everyone, so the owner lets the dog go a long distance on the leash to say hello to the other little dog. Suddenly he gets really excited and begins to run around. Now the child is caught in the middle and the owner has no control. He can see the child is now wrapped in this leash and has no way to stop his dog from this play so he lets go of the leash , but the leash with it’s hard handle snaps around the child causing major rope burns to the child’s legs. The child then falls and rolls down the hill and breaks her arm. Sure if you are walking on a retractable you can lock the leash, but I myself have had the lock not work just at a time when I needed it to. These leashes can also cause major injury to your dog if your dog runs full speed to the end of the retractable; he can break or injure his neck, and perhaps yank you off your feet while his at it.In many cases retractable leashes are a danger. For example dogs can run so far ahead they wind up turning a corner out of sight.. They can run into the street and get hit by a car because your leash didn’t lock when you wanted it to.The rope on the retractable can amputate an adults fingers or seriously hurt a child’s neck if they are caught in the middle. Of course there are people that use them wisely but most responsible dog owners do not use retractables as they are aware of the the dangers and choose to use a safer leash. Speaking from my own experience on many occasions I myself have been injured by retractables and have seen others have many problems, as well as the stories that have come to me from other dog owners. So I say, If you are going to use them, then make sure you are using them wisely. All retractable leashes come with a long list of warnings. Below are just a few of the top brands warnings that are posted on their websites: • Risk of eye or face injury, cuts, burns, and amputations to your body or the body of another person from these leashes.. • Do not use this leash with a disobedient or uncontrollable dog, since they are more likely to wrap the cord/tape/belt around people or to run off at high speeds. • Only use this leash with a dog that does not exceed the weight limit listed on the leash. • Leashes for larger dogs have a tape or belt instead of a cord to reduce the risk of amputations and cuts. • Even small dogs can pull hard enough to injure you, particularly because the length of the leash allows dogs to run and build up speed. Follow all of these precautions even with a small dog. The list goes on and on……….. by Sheri Grant Editor of The OC Dog Magazine. To be released sometime early 2013. Doggies Unlimited @ www.doggiesunlimited.com Life's Healthy Pet Food @ www.lifeshealthypetfood.com Slow Pull Retractable Leashes @ www.slowpullretractableleashes.com

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

FDA CVM Update on Jerky Treats

FDA CVM Update on Jerky Treats January 9, 2013 The U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM) released today a progress report on its investigation into reports of illnesses and deaths associated with jerky pet treats from China. The report includes a summary of adverse event reports received by FDA through August 2012, Establishment Inspection Reports from FDA’s inspection of two chicken jerky manufacturing plants in China, and details about FDA’s ongoing investigation. FDA is in communication with the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets (NYSDAM) regarding its finding of antibiotic residues in chicken jerky treats from China. Correspondingly, Del Monte, the company that makes Milo’s Kitchen Chicken Jerky Treats and Chicken Grillers, and Nestle-Purina, the makers of Waggin’ Train and Canyon Creek Ranch dog treats have both initiated a nationwide removal of these products from the market. Based on the FDA’s review of the NYSDAM results, there is no evidence that raises health concerns, and these results are highly unlikely to be related to the reports of illnesses FDA has received related to jerky pet treats. FDA commends Del Monte and Nestle-Purina for withdrawing these products from the market in response to this product quality issue. FDA also welcomes additional information about NYSDAM’s testing methodology, which is different and reportedly more sensitive than currently validated and approved regulatory methods. FDA reminds pet owners that jerky pet treats are not necessary for pets to have a fully balanced diet, so eliminating them will not harm pets. Commercially produced pet food, which is very safe, contains all of the nutrients that pets need. For more information: FDA investigates animal illnesses linked to jerky pet treats Information on reports of illnesses and the ongoing investigation into jerky pet treats Summary of reports received up to August 2012 2010 Reports 2011 Reports January - April 2012 Reports April - August 2012 Reports Yantai Aska Establishment Inspection Report Acidchem International; Sdm. Bhd. Establishment Inspection Report Milo’s Kitchen notice Nestle-Purina notice disclaimer icon IMS Trading Corp to voluntarily withdraw Cadet Brand Chicken Jerky Treat Products disclaimer icon