My girl Skye is her own testimonial for promoting
a healthy diet, and a strict vaccine/heartworm protocol. When Skye was 2
years old, she developed seasonal allergies in the fall, so severe, that all
four paws were basically open bleeding wounds that led to a life threatening
bacterial infection. Months of treatments, medications and procedures
followed. At the end of our 7 month ordeal, myself and my vet were
absolutely astounded when her blood work came back completely normal. My vet
attributed that greatly to having a healthy diet to support her very
compromised immune system during her recovery.
The Skye is literally the limit, when you offer
your dog a nutritious, healthy, tasty diet, and back it up with a strict
vaccine/heartworm protocol. Skye is now 12 years old, and for the seventh year
in a row, she has barely been affected by the seasonal allergies that nearly
took her life 10 years ago.
Sharon Gravel Oshawa,
I am not typically one to write to companies or submit
a testimonial but I was so impressed with your product I felt compelled to
write. I have a 13 yr old Lhasa Apso named Oscar. He is, and has always been
a fussy eater. On kibble since he was a puppy albeit premium brands, he
recently lost his appetite and became quite lethargic. Tried different food
including raw. After visit with vet and some blood and urine tests it was
determined he has some kidney issues and had a urinary tract infection
(mild) to boot. He was losing weight and seemed so sad. Was given antibiotic
for infection and I went on the hunt for a food replacement. He hated the
vet prescription one and it smelled like crap so I can't say as I blame him
Our local pet food store (Global) has been awesome
letting me try different foods until we found one that was good for him and
more importantly that he would eat! Well.....the beef muffins (ready made
frozen) have been a real godsend let me tell you. He absolutely loves them
and can't wait to eat them morning and night.... Prefers meals to treats and
has bounced back and is more energetic. His eyes seem brighter and overall
better disposition. He is still a wee bit grumpy but his name is Oscar (as
in the grouch hahaha) but what a difference this has made. It is a real
relief to know he is eating regularly and seems to enjoy every last morsel.
Sharon and Oscar
Nicole Sloan - Toronto,
For years I have been meaning to write to
you, so this letter is a long time coming! We have a 6 1/2 year old bichon/miniature
poodle cross named Molly. In her first year we spent multiple times at the
vet, from kennel cough to mysterious vomiting, we just knew that a brand
new healthy puppy shouldn't be getting sick so much. I did extreme amounts
of research, eventually determining it must be food-related and started
feeding her a diet of boiled chicken and rice. However I knew this would
not suffice and she would need more nutrition than just that. I began
researching home cooking for dogs, what their nutritional needs were, etc
Eventually I came across your food in a store and I decided to try it out.
I really liked the fact that I knew exactly what was in the food I was
feeding Molly and that I could change it up as well.
difference in Molly after switching her to Canine Life was remarkable. She
was no longer sick, but back to the bouncing vibrant dog we knew she was.
At a year and a half in age she had another growth spurt and every single
vet visit since has shown us what an incredible difference diet truly
makes. I cannot thank you enough. Canine Life made all the difference in
the world for Molly, thank you!! We are truly grateful.
Cathy Porter - Kingston, New Hampshire
Meet 3 year old Tucker. He
weighs in at 17 pounds and just loves his Canine Life Gluten Free muffins.
Grandma Margaret Lee purchases the pre-mix at Ryan's Pet Foods in
Burlington, Ontario and delivers it to Tucker in person whenever she visits.
What a lucky little guy he is, not only does he have a personal chef (mom)
but also his own delivery service (grandma).
Jack & Karen
- Grand Rapids, Michigan
Zack had fecal incontinence before we tried
Canine Life. The vet here in GR said that the incontinence was due to an
autoimmune condition. Surprise! Since using Canine Life, Zack’s incontinence
has completely stopped. Furthermore, his energy level has shot up and his
coat has become silky soft with his dandruff disappearing! I am still
monitoring his PH due to a previous case of calcium oxalate stones.
Needless to say, I am extremely pleased with
your product! It has done all that you said it would & more.
Zack's history goes beyond fecal incontinence,
click Zack's picture to read about his ordeal with vaccinosis and why
vaccinations should be carefully considered.
Now that Zack our almost thirteen
year old Miniature Schnauzer has been on your product for almost two years,
he continues to be absolutely wonderful! You said that Canine Life was the
solution to treating Zack's fecal incontinence, and you were 100% correct! I
can't tell you how much I appreciate your commitment to canine health and
Leah & Joe - Burlington, Ontario
have a Maltese, Elly, and a Bichon Frise, Jed. Both breeds have trouble
with tearing and eye stains. Since they have both been put on Canine Life
muffins, neither of them have any red eye staining at all. They simply get
some “sleep” in there eyes, like we do in the mornings and that is easily
taken away. It’s wonderful, people can’t believe how clear their eyes are.
They are both happy, and most of all healthy! Our vet was trying to sway me
to use one of their recommended brands of food when I first brought my
second puppy home, Jed. However Elly was already on the muffins and I knew
they were great for her, so when he was having health problems we put him on
the muffins right away. Of course he LOVED them, and wanted to eat his
dinner and Elly’s!
With all of the pet food
recalls and scares happening, I am very thankful that I didn’t listen to my
vet and followed my own beliefs in your product. It’s the best thing you
can do for your best friends!
Thanks so much!
Jet would like to introduce the newest addition
to his family, his little sister Bella.
Julia - Oakville, Ontario
Jet is our 2-1/2 year old
Standard Poodle who has had palatability issues with food ever since he was
a pup. A new kibble never lasted very long with him and we usually had to
dress it up with tripe or other flavour enhancers. He was on his last brand
of kibble for about six months when he decided he didn’t like it anymore.
We went to the local pet store and got some kibble samples and Canine Life
samples. Usually when presented with a new kind of kibble, he ate it like
crazy, but we tried 2 of the 4 samples and he turned his nose up at both.
We decided to try the Canine Life samples and he wolfed them down! We
started him on Canine Life on June 1, 2006 and haven’t looked back. The
first time we saw him eat all his food and lick the bowl, I almost cried.
I’ve come to the conclusion that some dogs just don’t like kibble and Jet is
one of those dogs.
I love cleanup duty!
Jet Dry works without a dishwasher in this
Mary Jane -
Laurel, New York - U.S.A.
This is our good Golden pal,
Gus, who had surgery for mast cell carcinoma in the spring of 2003, and is
now recovering from surgery (June 2006) that removed a spindle cell sarcoma
mass. His treatments have involved Dr. Wen's Chinese herbal medicine, and
now he is additionally receiving the Canine Life Cancer Formulation. As you
can see, Gus loves his muffins so much, that he insists on licking Mom's
muffin tins clean as well!
Canine Life Cancer Pre-Mix Formula contains: Organic milled brown rice, Organic
chick pea, Organic oat, Organic whole barley, Calcium, Carob, Acadian Sea
Kelp, Oregano, Parsley, Marjoram, Rosemary, Ground Green Tea, Turmeric,
Ginger, and Garlic. Each of these ingredients plays an important role in
your dog’s health.
Cian, Ch Teacherspet Meant to B
Proudly owned by Mike, from
2 year old Cian has been a
Canine Life dog since he was weaned as a pup.
Lyndsey - Mississauga, Ontario
When we found the first lump on
Giz, I immediately contacted Liza to find out more about the cancer
formula and started him on it ASAP. When it was confirmed to be a
cancerous mast cell tumour, we continued to feed the cancer formula and
hope that the clear margins from the surgery would keep our 6 year old
Dane boy cancer free. We found three more lumps at the same location one
year later and my vet was shocked that he'd gone a whole year between
reoccurances. She was amazed with the results from Canine Life and
removed the tumours, this time we missed clear margins. About 4 months
later we found the next lump, and with a now 7.5 year old Dane, I worried
about putting him under yet again, but his blood work was spectacular for
a boy of his age and once again we were reminded of what an outstanding
product this is. Gizmo did wonderfully through his last surgery and we
now are working from clear margins again.
Not only did this product
produce fantastic results and Liza as always is a wonderful support, but
there is just a factor of hope that comes from actually being able to DO
something in this situation. Needless to say this sweet old man and his
mom are delighted to have Canine Life in their lives!
Cosmo is my 8 year old Jack Russell. Cosmo had
a history of severe food and environmental allergies every day, all year
around. These allergies would cause him to constantly bite at his legs and
tail. He would relentlessly scratch his eyes, mouth, neck, underarms and
stomach to the point that his underbelly was always hot, red, raw and sores
(hotspots) would appear. On a daily basis all year round Cosmo’s appearance
and suffering broke my heart, his quality of life was clearly compromised.
Over the years, vets have tried dozens of
‘special’ dog foods, and large amounts of anti-inflammatories / anti-
histamines in attempt to control his biting and scratching. We also tried
Cosmo on a homemade diet of chicken, veggies and rice. His symptoms
improved, but he was still uncomfortable and not receiving the proper
vitamins and minerals from this restricted diet.
I was recently shopping at Ryan’s pet store (for
a toy) and found your Canine Life Information sheet. All the ingredients in
your ‘muffins’ are 100% human grade, organic, with herbs, vitamins and
minerals that fulfill complete nutritional requirements. I was impressed…
but not convinced this diet would help Cosmo. I had nothing to lose by
emailing you Cosmo’s situation. You recommended your gluten free formula,
as well as omitting any and all dairy products for a 10 day trial. I
trusted your recommendation.
I picked up the gluten-dairy free muffins and
started Cosmo on them immediately. To my surprise he LOVED them (he is
usually a picky eater). Within 2 days he was scratching less and his eyes
cleared up. Within 7 days his scratching was significantly less. His
mouth, neck, legs and stomach were no longer red, hot and raw, he was
actually growing hair! His stools were formed and his energy increased.
Cosmo has been on the gluten-dairy free muffins for over 30 days and he
I don’t know how to thank you enough for
improving Cosmo’s health and happiness. It makes me feel better to know my
dog will enjoy the rest of his years medication free and in comfort. Canine
Life, I hope other pet owners with itchy – allergic dogs can find the
success I found with your muffins. When it comes to our beloved pets,
Canine Life muffins can make all the difference in the world.
Forever grateful, Tania and Cosmo
Diane & Dennis -
name is Akuna, and I'm an Australian Shepherd. I was born March 2003 and
started on Canine Life at 3 months of age. My mom and dad were concerned
about all the additives that are found in regular dog food. They wanted
the best for me. While walking at the park one day, we met another cool
dog that told us about Canine Life and how his food allergies had cleared
up. So, mom and dad contacted Liza at The Skyes The Limit. What a great
lady. I get all excited when she comes by. She gives us personal service
and good advice. My coat looks great, I'm healthy and personally, I love
the taste! Mom and Dad like that we don't have vet bills. I strongly
recommend all puppies start out right on Canine Life. Liza will set your
diet up for you. I know that I'll forever be a Canine Life Dog.
& Sergei - Hamilton, Ontario
Ushna is a 19 month old female Giant Schnauzer.
She weighs about 75 lbs. We brought Ushna home when she was 7 weeks old and
from the first day we fed her dry dog food. She never liked it very much,
and sometimes she would not eat at all. Very often she would have an upset
stomach, loose stool, and diarrhea. In addition to all this, when Ushna was
6 months old she got another problem. During the day time while napping, she
would have a large amount of discharge with no colour or smell to it. It was
happening 5-6 times a week for 2 weeks every month, with 2 weeks break and
then it would start all over again. Our doctor said that it might be a weak
bladder and suggested to put Ushna on medication for the rest of her life.
By that time we were already looking for a natural diet for dogs and luckily
for us we found the Canine Life diet and called Liza. We started feeding
Ushna Canine Life diet on March 7, 2003. She just loves her
muffins! I've never seen Ushna enjoying her food so much. We bake our
muffins and I can tell you that when you start doing it on a regular basis,
it is very easy to make. When we go for a walk now, people always
mention how shiny Ushna's coat is and how fit she looks. And the most
important thing is that all her problems have now completely disappeared
as soon as we switched to Canine Life diet. We are very glad that we can
feed our dog a healthy and nutritious diet.
with a very sad heart that we must say goodbye to one very sweet little
girl. Sienna succumbed to her epilepsy on September 11, 2004. Our thoughts
go out to Jay and Angie, Sienna's guardians. Now it's Sienna's turn to be
their guardian, she will forever be, their guardian angel.
Jay & Angie - Dundas, Ontario
Sienna is a 4 year old mix of
many breeds. She suffers from epilepsy, succumbing to grand mall seizures
often. Sienna also has bouts of pancreatitis, but thanks to Canine Life, and
specific changes to her diet, she now has the pancreatitis under control.
Although Canine Life does not help with her epilepsy, it is definitely a
comfort knowing she is eating a healthy, fresh food diet that boosts her
immune system from the drugs she takes to keep her epilepsy as under control
as possible for her. And wow, does she love her Canine Life.
There is never a morsel to be found when she gets through her meal.
Doreen and Roy - Dundas, Ontario
is a miniature Schnauzer who came to our home at 10 weeks old (she is now 8
months). Peppi was fed kibble of some kind prior to arriving home. We
immediately switched her to Canine Life muffins and she tore into them like
a starving wolf. She has continued to exhibit the same enthusiasm for this,
the puppy version of Canine Life and we easily make the muffins she is
Shortly after Peppi arrived, we detected crystals in her urine. To head off
a potentially dangerous health problem, we adjusted the muffin content with
rice and a couple of other ingredients. While she was initially on potassium
citrate as well, that has since been discontinued. Peppi continues on the
puppy recipe (no longer with the rice) and she is still crystal free. The
dog is a picture of health. Her 6 lbs. of weight at the outset is now 12.4
lbs. She is trim and in great condition. While her present height of 10 1/2
inches is probably as tall as she will get, her barrel will likely fill out
as she matures.
Canine Life is and will be the food of choice for Peppi, and she whole
Sherry, Sean and Nicole would like to introduce
the newest member of their family... Lily.
Miss Lily has been a Canine Life girl since
she was brought home from their breeder at 8 weeks old.
Never a morsel of food to be found in this
girls bowl after the muffins are served.
little Sandi passed on to rainbow bridge. Sherry, Sean, and Nicole will miss
her deeply, as will I. She was one of the sweetest dogs I have had the
pleasure of knowing and doggie sitting. Another star lights our sky at
Sherry, Sean and Nicole - Burlington, Ontario
is a 15 year old Chow Chow that we have had since she was 3 months old. She
has had many problems in the past, with allergies to kibble, arthritis in
her hips, and finding a food that she enjoyed to eat and would not cause her
to vomit or have loose stool. Sandi is a very important member of our family
and trying to find a food that would work for her was difficult. She doesn't
like commercial dog food or biscuits, and this made the search even more
challenging. Thanks to Canine Life, she not only enjoys eating, but has
renewed energy. Sandi has been eating Canine Life since October 2002, and it
has given us the piece of mind that she is receiving the best food possible
and one that will assist her in living a long and happy life. With our busy
schedules, its great to have Canine Life prepared for us and it is even
more convenient than kibble or canned dog food which is what we used to
feed her. For Sandi, only the best will do, and in our opinion that is
Donna and John - Burlington, Ontario
dog Bubba is an 11 year old Brussels Griffon. While large for his breed (we
think he came from a puppy mill), Bubba has the typical Brussels personality
and we love him dearly. Bubba has always loved food and as a result has
always battled a weight problem. We tried to keep his weight under control
with a high fiber diet from our vet.
In April of 2002, at age 10, Bubba became very ill and had to have his gall
bladder removed. Subsequently he developed diabetes and was started on
daily doses of insulin starting at 5 units, twice per day. His blood sugar
continued to rise until he was up to 13 units of insulin twice a day just to
maintain a glucose level of 15 (still quite high). Then unexpectedly his
blood sugar dropped severely leaving him weak and close to going into shock.
His blood sugar levels kept fluctuating even though we were carefully
weighing his food each day.
At this point we decided to try a different diet. The first change was to a
raw food diet and this worked very well for a few weeks. His blood sugar
levels stabilized and his insulin demand dropped from 15 to 8 units, twice
per day. Then he got sick from a lack of fiber in his diet (he has no gall
bladder) and we had to look for another diet.
At this point I called Liza for some help. Liza researched the dietary needs
of diabetics and formulated a special recipe using the Canine Life diet for
Bubba. Bubba has been on this diet since July 2003 and is doing fantastic.
His energy is back, his blood glucose has stabilized at a normal level (5.6)
with only 6 units of insulin twice per day. He really loves his Canine Life
muffins and looks forward to meal time, and so do we because we no longer
have to weigh his food.
We are very thankful to Liza and Canine Life for such a wonderful product.
Hopefully, other diabetic dogs will benefit from it as Bubba has.
We also have a Shihtzu named Gucci who was always a very picky eater. Once
he smelled Bubba's Canine Life muffins, he insisted on them too. Now he
races downstairs in the morning when he hears the microwave heating up his
We will definitely be staying with the Canine Life diet for the long term.
Phyllis and Ed - Hamilton, Ontario
Phyllis and Ed had to bid a very loving farewell
to their sweet little Maggie. She lived a very full and happy life and
succumbed to natural causes. She will be lovingly missed by her entire
Maggie is our 14 year-old Cairn terrier, who
while slowing down a bit, loves her walks and rides in the car. Occasionally
she surprises us by running and doing what we call “Ninja Warrior” leaps in
the air. We brought Maggie home when she was four months old. She is a
great companion and good friend. She has always been a healthy dog and we
wanted to maintain that good health into her senior years. We had her on
various dry dog foods that were available at the pet store or grocery store.
Because we wanted to keep her with us as long as possible we were concerned
about the preservatives and other non-food ingredients that were in the food
we were giving her. When we heard about Canine Life natural food we decided
to try their muffins. We feed her two muffins a day, one in the morning and
one in the evening. She really looks forward to her meals. In fact if we
are a little bit late giving her muffin to her she reminds us by
continuously pushing at the back of our legs with her nose, until we pay
attention and feed her. She enjoys this food and it seems to agree with
her. All of her “plumbing” is still working well. As far as we are
concerned this is the best diet for a dog for its whole life. It can be
modified for puppies, mature dogs and senior dogs. And best of all, dogs
love it. We recommend this food to all dog owners. Contact The Skye’s The
Limit and try it – your dog will love it.
Lynn – Burlington,
Maddie is a 14 month-old
female Shih Tzu. I have fed Maddie dry dog food since I brought her home at
8 weeks old. When she was a puppy she ate her food moistened, and ate twice
a day. After some time, she would only eat a small amount once a day. I
started combining wet food with her dry food, or adding gravy to her dry
food, and although this would work in the beginning, it was only temporary.
I was told several times that Shih Tzu’s were very “picky” eaters, and
Maddie was no exception. When she turned a year old, and went to adult dog
food, I tried her on several types of dry food, Holistic Blends, Kibble for
fussy dogs, and nothing worked. She started to eat less than a quarter cup
of food every other day, so I decided to try Canine Life. I started feeding
Maddie her muffins this past summer and she hasn’t missed a meal yet. She
waits now while I prepare her breakfast or supper, and eats every last bit.
I just started making the muffins myself, and it is so easy to do, I can’t
believe it took me so long to try it. I can use all fresh ingredients, and
know that she’s getting a nutritious and delicious meal every time. Maddie
has since put on about 3 pounds, and looks great. Thank you for all your
support and advice, you have been very helpful during this transition.
Lyndsey - Mississauga, Ontario
When I was first asked
to transport a five week old dane puppy into foster care in Ontario, I was
thrilled! I was filled with dreams of puppy breath and images of a sweet,
happy puppy running around and playing. When I first saw Beau, I was
shocked, he looked like a skeleton. Most dane pups are born weighing one to
one and a half pounds each. Beau weighed just over three pounds at five
weeks, he looked like a dane head on a bird carcass and he was very weak.
Beau was born with a condition called Megaesophagus. His esophagus is
enlarged and there is a pocket right before the food enters his stomach, he
also lacks the reflex that pulls food down into the stomach. It is quite
difficult to get and keep weight on MegaE dogs, and really tricky to keep
them growing properly.
I adopted Beau in
August, 2003. A mean 20+ pounds at two months he was still quite thin and
had started to knuckle over in his front end. He still regurgitated, but
now only 1-2 times a day and sometimes not at all, some days he just refused
to eat. Since I raw feed my other dogs I hated feeding kibble and began
looking for alternatives, I just knew I could find a better food for Beau.
One day Canine Life was recommended to me. I was SO excited. Cooked food I
could make at home, have guidance but still have a part in creating, it
really seemed too good to be true. After calling Liza I bought a bag of
premix the following day, made it and started Beau on the road to better
At 2.5 years old (when he wasn't expected to make it past six weeks) Beau is
a 115 pounds, 35" at the shoulder and quite the handsome young Dane, who
NEVER misses a meal. I know he couldn't have come this far without Canine
Life and I am thankful everyday to Liza and this food for giving him the
chance he deserved. Liza has been a wonderful support, and I am so
overjoyed to have found both her and this product to really help Beau reach
his full potential.
Jacquie & Shawn - Mount Albert, Ontario
is a one and a half year old Golden-Poo and she loves her muffins! Since
going on Canine Life muffins, Abbey has lost weight and has a ton more
energy. I will never go back to kibble. Every two weeks I make two batches
of muffins and now that I'm in the swing of things it doesn't take much time
at all. A food processor is a must though.
TSTL Note: A blender is also effective, or,
those who happen to have a meat grinder . . . makes the vegetable/fruit
mash, a snap.
Meet Seamus, a nine month old Golden Retriever,
thriving on Canine Life, owned and loved by The Rooney Family, of Victoria,
Lesley and Chance (CH
Riverdance Double Duty CDX TDX CGN, Am.TD) Victoria, British Columbia
I'd like you to meet "Chance", more
affectionately known as "The Muffin Man". He was all of 58 pounds in August
2003, and desperately needing to put on some weight, but when I increased
the amount of kibble he was eating at the time, it just came out the other
end. I realized that was not the answer, so I switched him to Canine Life
and the results have been great! He now easily maintains a svelte 65 pounds
on 6 muffins a day. My husband jokes (or is that complains,) that I cook
more for the dog than I do for him, and people have stopped telling me what
a skinny dog I have! As a tracking and obedience dog, Chance needs all the
energy he can get while he's working, and Canine Life gives him that.
Stacey & Sean - Burlington, Ontario
Indy is a Shih tzu-poodle combo who is 2 1/2
years old. We first heard about Canine Life dog food about 1 year ago and
even though our dog is healthy with no problems that we know of....we felt
that he was such a huge part of the Gibbs family that we wanted to provide
him with the best possible food on the market. Indy was used to eating
regular dog food from a silver dish that he nibbled at through out the day.
We started feeding Indy his muffins in that same silver dish and he would
just nudge the dish around, so I tried a desert dish from our fine
depression glass china that I inherited from my grandmother and he just
gobbled it up. I have tried several times over the last year to get him to
eat from his old bowl but nothing doing. I guess if you are giving him the
best food on the market then it should be served on your best dishes!! If by
chance Indy is not fed first thing in the morning....after the children eat,
he will definitely let you know that he is next. I have not yet attempted
making the muffins on my own and we appreciate that you can purchase them
all ready made for us with busy schedules. I do have neighbors that make
their own and tell me that it is really easy, and I will attempt them when
life with the Gibbs twins settles down. Indy also enjoys the dog biscuits
made by The Skye's The Limit and at night it is a ritual for him to sit at
the bottom of the stairs while the lights and television are being turned
off and wait for his bedtime treat. Thanks again for providing such a great
product that ensures that our pet is not only a healthy dog but a happy dog
who will be with us for many years to come.
The Gibbs family would like to introduce their
latest addition. Meet Corbie an 8 week old Shih tzu puppy. Corbie started on
Canine Life puppy muffins the day they brought him home, and he was
literally swept off his feet by them. Corbie has been a wonderful addition
to their family and has settled in like he was always meant to be a Gibbs!
Norma - Burlington, Ontario
Shadow is a 4
year old male Shih Tzu. Unfortunately in early 2004, I had determined that
he had developed a kidney stone problem which may have been related to his
original diet plan. It was recommended at that time, that I put him on a
prescription diet food (which by the way was the same name brand as the
original kibble I was feeding him), so I started him on it after his surgery
in February 2004. Shadow did not like this food (kibble or can) and was
barely eating after the surgery… I was starting to panic. Then I heard
about Canine Life and spoke with Liza about her muffin mix. It was decided
to substitute a few ingredients to address the kidney stone problem and
voila….Shadow is now gobbling up every meal and is calcium oxalate crystal
free, since March of 2004. Shadow also suffers from chronic struvite
crystals, which have presented more of a challenge than the calcium oxalate
crystals. Normally calcium oxalate crystals are the most difficult to
control, and our vet is very impressed that Canine Life is working. Over the
course of many months, we have been tweaking Canine Life to try and control
his struvite crystals. At present, it looks like we have the right
combination for Shadow and he currently remains struvite crystal free. A
great big hug, and lots of thanks goes out to Liza & Company, for all of the
support and advice that was provided while dealing with Shadow’s diet plan.
Michelle - Oakville, Ontario
is Qunicy and Cloee waiting for their dinner. Canine life is a fantastic
product. It is nothing but wholesome food. Qunicy and Cloee absolutely love
it. I will never be able to feed them anything else ever again. Why would I?
There is nothing better for them to eat. This has so much nutrition that I
sometimes think that the dogs eat better than me.
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