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A Great Food Means a “Great Life” for Your Dogs & Cats
We’ve added a new line of food that is grain free and potato free!
Great Life has some unique options such as Wild Salmon, Buffalo or Duck and unique ingredients that make it a great addition to our food room. If your dog has a sensitivity to potato or chicken products this line is a great one to try. Buffalo and Duck also fall within the cooling to neutral protein range which are good to rotate into your dog’s diet in the warmer summer months.
Here’s a little more about Great Life:
Great Life Performance Dog Food and Great Life Performance Cat Food utilize ingredients that encompass a full nutrient spectrum. We enhanced a superior natural dog food and natural cat food with our exclusive Nutri-Coat” system. We use freeze dried raw protein with balanced freeze dried organic raw greens, organic freeze dried fruits and vegetables, organic mixed baby sprouts (enzymes) and pre and probiotics. We then enclosed the kibble in wild salmon oil. We have provided all the benefits of a raw food diet without the mess, expense and no refrigeration is needed!
Our Organic ingredients are Certified Organic from a third party lab and prior to usage a lab analysis for purity, potency and toxins and micro-toxins is required. We receive the lab analysis prior to shipment to our California facility. These items are grown in various states in the United States. Our protein is sourced from small farmers in Kansas, Wyoming, Montana, Pennsylvania and the sunshine state of California. All proteins are thoroughly tested prior to use for antibiotics, hormones, diseases, etc. Any protein shown to have any irregularities will not be used in our products.
To help you take your pets back to an age when they were lean, healthy, allergy free and active from eating nature’s perfect GRAIN-FREE diet, we have created Great Life’s Grain/Potato-Free Dog Food Diet. As with our other dog food or cat food, we have a unique process that allows us to bring you the raw foods your pets crave saturated in and on a grain free kibble enclosed in wild salmon oil base. NO refrigeration is needed. Look at the ingredients and you’ll agree this food will help your pet live a longer, happier and healthier life.
Thunderstorms, Fireworks and Loud Noises
Does your pooch hide in the bathtub when the storms roll in?
Can’t find Fido once the festival season starts?
We carry many natural product options to help calm your animals during this time of year—and they really work!
- Anxiety TFLN by Homeopet - Homeopathic remedy provides relief from fear of: Thunderstorms, Fireworks, Wind, Loud Noises, Gunshots. Restless, anxious and unwanted behavior can be helped with this fast acting, non-sedating liquid.
- Thunderstorms Flower Essences – Easy to use liquid can be placed on paws, fur, in water, on a treat or administered directly into mouth.
- Bach’s Rescue Remedy - Rescue® Remedy can be used for an immediate calming effect in any stressful situation, or when your pet needs help overcoming a variety of emotional or behavioral problems.
- Thundershirt – With its patent-pending design, Thundershirt’s gentle, constant pressure has a dramatic calming effect for most dogs if they are anxious, fearful or over-excited. Based on surveys completed by over two thousand customers, over 80% of dogs show significant improvement in symptoms when using Thundershirt. Thundershirt is already helping tens of thousands of dogs around the world, and is recommended by thousands of veterinarians and dog trainers.
- Canine Calm by Earth Heart - Soothing during thunderstorms, parties, travel, visits to vet or kennel, and other unsettling times. All-natural aromatherapy mist calms jittery dogs.
- Tranquility Blend by Animals Apawthecary – To safely calm animals during acute episodes of anxiety without diminishing alertness.
Hope to see you soon!
Your Friends at End of the Leash
Please remember that us folks at End of the Leash are not veterinarians, and no information on our website is intended to replace the indispensable and professional advice of your veterinarian.