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Life’s Abundance Information

Life’s Abundance is based in Jupiter, Florida, and they focus on dog and cat supplements, food, and treats.

However, Life’s Abundance used to go by the name of Trilogy International between 1998, when they were founded, and 2010.

While the core company is a private business, Life’s Abundance has created a non-profit enterprise known as the Dr. Jane Foundation, which supports a number of animal rescue groups.

Life’s Abundance is not available at the common online pet food retailers like Chewy or Petflow and is instead sold directly on their website.

Life’s Abundance Product Range

Dog Food

Life’s Abundance has a modest range of dog food products. This includes five dry kibble recipes and three canned/wet dog food recipes.

However, some of the core niches are covered by their dry dog food products, including Grain-Free, Puppy, Large Breed Puppy, and Weight Loss.

Life’s Abundance also sells a variety of dog treats and supplements. The treat range includes freeze-dried food, chews, sticks, and more.

The range of supplements includes some that boast of improving joint health and a dog’s skin and coat.

Cat Food

Life’s Abundance’s cat food range is smaller than its dog food range and consists of two dry food recipes and two wet/canned food recipes.

However, these recipes are stated as being suitable for all life stages, which means senior cats and kitten can utilize them.

The cat supplements sold by Life’s Abundance are the same range that is sold to dogs and includes those that claim to boost the health of a cat’s skin and fur and to improve joint health.

Life’s Abundance Nutrition

Dog Food

Life's Abundance Dry Dog Food Average Calorie Breakdown

The nutrition provided by Life’s Abundance dog food varies but is generally above average. This includes above-average proportions of protein and fat, and below a below-average proportion of carbohydrates.

Despite this, the nutrition profile of some of Life’s Abundance’s recipes could be significantly improved to be a better reflection of a dog’s natural diet.

Cat Food

Life's Abundance Dry Cat Food Average Calorie Breakdown

The nutrition provided by Life’s Abundance cat food is above average and a considerable improvement on many other cat food brands. This nutrition includes above-average proportions of protein and fat and a below-average proportion of carbohydrates.

However, as is with almost all dry cat food recipes, the proportion of carbohydrates is far higher than should be consumed by cats who are obligate carnivores.

Life’s Abundance Ingredients

High-Quality Meat & Fish Ingredients

  • Turkey Meal
  • Chicken Meal
  • Whitefish Meal
  • Turkey
  • Turkey Liver
  • Chicken
  • Chicken Liver
  • Pork
  • Venison
  • Crab
  • Shrimp

Life’s Abundance uses a large range of meat and fish ingredients. This includes whole meat ingredients, meat meals, and organ meats. There is a particular focus on poultry ingredients, such as Chicken and Turkey, but there are some less common ingredients such as Venison.


All of the meat and fish ingredients used by Life’s Abundance can be satisfactory sources of animal protein and fat, which should be at the core of every dog and cat’s diet.

Life’s Abundance makes use of the three core Legumes that are used in dog pet food. This includes Peas, Chickpeas, and Lentils. Legumes are high in plant-based protein and are affordable. However, there are some concerns about their extensive use.

Life’s Abundance doesn’t use Legume By-products like Pea Protein. These are considered to be low-quality ingredients. Learn more about Peas and Pea by-products in our article Peas, Pea Protein, Pea Flour, and Pea Fiber in Dog Food.

Peas In A Pod

Life’s Abundance makes use of two of the three most popular starch ingredients in dog food. This includes Potatoes and Sweet Potatoes, but Tapioca is absent. Potatoes and Sweet Potatoes are dense sources of carbohydrates but can provide some additional nutrients. Their density means their portion must be modest else they can overload a formula.

However, Life’s Abundance does not just use legumes and starches and uses a variety of grain ingredients. Examples of these grains include Brown Rice, Oat Groats, Pearled Barley, Sorghum, and Rice Bran.

Many are adamantly against the use of grains in dog food, but they can be a reliable and affordable source of carbohydrates. We believe that whole grains such as Brown Rice and Oatmeal should be the preferred grain ingredients thanks to the additional nutrition they can provide.

Some of Life’s Abundance’s wet/canned food recipes include Potato Starch. Potato Starch is not considered to be a high-quality ingredient. However, it appears it is being used as a thickening agent, and its portion size is small. For this reason, we are not overly concerned about its use. Read more about Potato Starch and other Potato By-products in our article Potatoes, Potato Protein & Potato Starch in Dog Food.

Life’s Abundance Animal Testing

We have no information on what type of testing that Life’s Abundance participates in for their products. However, to the best of our knowledge, we do not believe they participate in invasive or laboratory testing.

We strongly believe that invasive or laboratory testing of animals is a cruel and outdated practice and one which we hope will see a serious decline.

Life’s Abundance Recalls

Based on our research (FDA, AVMA, DogFoodAdvisor), we have no information that would lead us to believe that Life’s Abundance products have ever been recalled.

Given that the brand, or its predecessor, is now over 20 years old, this is a positive sign and shows that they take the safety and quality of their products seriously.

Despite this, consumers should always be on the lookout for any future recalls or quality issues from Life’s Abundance or any other pet food brand.

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Best of Life’s Abundance

Dog Food

Grain-Free All Life Stages Review

Life's Abundance Grain Free All Life Stages

The Grain-Free All Life Stages recipe from Life’s Abundance is one of their best thanks to its nutritional profile.

High proportions of protein and fat are at the core of the recipe, which aligns closely with a dog’s natural diet. This is thanks to a large portion of Turkey Meal and Chicken Meal present.

These meat meals might sound intimidating, but they are highly nutritionally dense ingredients as the majority of their moisture has been removed.

The recipe is rounded off with a mix of legumes and Potatoes, including Peas, Chickpeas, White Potatoes, and Sweet Potatoes. This mix of plant material provides carbohydrates and dietary fiber.

Cat Food

Grain-Free All Life Stages Review

Life's Abundance Grain Free All Life Stages Cat Food

Similar to the above-mentioned dog food recipe, Life’s Abundance’s Grain Free All Life Stages Cat Food is one of their best recipes.

The recipe has a large portion of Chicken Meal and Turkey Meal, which provide the bulk of the protein and fat. However, this recipe also makes use of a large portion of Egg Product. While Egg Product is a processed ingredient, it is still highly nutritious.

The recipe also uses Sweet Potatoes, White Potatoes, and Peas which provide carbohydrates and fiber. Cats do not need this nutrition, but it is present in almost all dry cat food, and its portion is smaller than many other cat food recipes.

Life’s Abundance Full Product Range

Dog Food

Dry Dog Food

Grain Free All Life Stages

All Life Stages

Small/Medium Breed Puppy

Large Breed Puppy

Adult Weight Loss

Wet/Canned Dog Food

Turkey & Shrimp In Broth

Chicken & Crab In Sauce

Pork & Venison Grain Free Recipe

Cat Food

Dry Cat Food

Grain Free All Life Stages

All Life Stages

Wet/Canned Cat Food

Pork & Duck Grain Free Recipe

Instinctive Choice All Life Stages