Give your pets the gift of a longer, healthier life!

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  1. lamillar

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    Hi Fellow Animal Lover!
    Did you know that there are many pet foods that contain ingredients that may cause liver disease and potentially cancer?! Help get the word out about alternatives while you earn a paycheck. Shocking discoveries have been made by holistic veterinarians regarding commercial pet food in America.

    Did you know:
    · The meat used in some pet foods is sometimes unfit for pets to eat because it is rancid, spoiled and diseased.
    · Many pet food companies manipulate their ingredient lists to hide the fact that there is an abundance of corn syrup in their food.
    · Chemical preservatives such as BHA, BHT and Ethoxyquin, known to cause liver disease and potentially cancer, are included in some dog food.

    If you find these facts disturbing, then you are sure to be alarmed by this:
    · The maximum life span of our cats and dogs is estimated to be 25-30 years. Sadly, our average pet lives to be an average 13 to 14 years old.

    Human life expectancy is increasing all the time. Yet our pets have little hope of reaching their full life expectancy. One of the reasons is the poor level of nutrition most are subjected to. Imagine if doctors told you human life expectancy was 100 years, but due to the only diet available to you, you would never make it past 50 years.

    Luckily, you have an opportunity to help your pets as well as the 130 million+ dogs and cats in this country whose health is at stake. You can spread the word about the hazards of feeding pets poor quality pet food, provide an alternative source of food, and supplement your own income all at the same time.

    For more information about how you can help, visit www.doreachyourdreams.com/passionforpets

    Lisa Millar
    ILMP Independent Affiliate
    www.iluvmypet.com/passionforpets
     

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