Hi there and thank you for visiting my website! My name is Lucy Jabrayan and I am the founder of Thrive4life Holistic Pet Food, I have combined my two passions in life, my love of caring for animals and my holistic lifestyle and expertise (even the water we drink is pristine well water here on the farm!). I have had a deep passion and love for animals for as long as I can remember, and even before that.
As an animal lover who lost her dog Rocky many moons ago to bloat when he was just over 11, I was devastated, yes for losing him, but also for the fact that I was convinced he had so many more years left in him (I was on to something). I lost my cat Timothy who was only 2 years old, another great love, after I vaccinated him. Did you know that there is something out there that can remove the negative side effects of vaccines without actually removing the effects of the vaccine itself?
Well, neither did I at one point, but that is exactly what I want to bring to you through Thrive4life Holistic Pet Food, quality foods and products, knowledgeable information and resent research, all to set my customers up with the tools they need to make informed decisions for their pet’s health, from puppy hood to adulthood and right up to their golden senior years.
Taking a proactive approach with your pet’s health will be the best decision you will ever make for them, so you can watch them thrive and not just merely survive- and we will be here helping you every step of the way!
Lucy Jabrayan, BSc, CEMT, has been in the health and nutraceutical industry for over a decade, specializing in canine and feline advanced nutrigenomics, with an educational background in Holistic & Sports Nutrition, Exercise Physiology, BSc in Psychology, also a certified Equine Massage Therapist, certified Pet First Aid & CPR Specialist and was a certified education consultant for a Canadian supplement company that specialized in pet, equine and human supplements and products.
Lucy has been actively helping people and their furry kids turn to natural alternatives that work, she herself uses natural alternatives to care for all her four-legged children from dogs, cats, horses-even goats! Helping many others do the same while working in an integrative way with other health care practitioners and veterinarians.
Along with making segment appearances on television Lucy also contributes to numerous publications, magazines and blogs such as Pet Connection, Red Scarf Equestrian, Tonic and Optimyz magazine. One of her many passions is giving talks and seminars to further educate the public on natural pet and equine wellness.
Lucy resides on a farm in Whitchurch-Stouffville with her pack and five cats, chickens, goats, her store pet Cockatiel 'M.J' and two horses; Devon and Leo. An avid rider since she was 9 years old, she has always been one with nature where her love and passion for caring for animals has guided her to the next step of her career, helping others achieve vitality with their animals and themselves.