SquarePet Nutrition, a premium pet nutrition manufacturer, announces that its has partnered with Mud Bay, and starting in May 2022, SquarePet products will be available in its 60 retail locations throughout Washington and Oregon. This latest expansion significantly increases the SquarePet product reach in the Pacific Northwest.
Founded in 1988 just outside of Olympia, Washington, Mud Bay is the Pacific Northwest’s largest retailer focused on healthy, natural nutrition for dogs and cats. With 60 locations throughout Washington and Oregon, Mud Bay is focused on providing a wonderful shopping experience for pets and their owners.
“This latest expansion with Mud Bay is an important one for SquarePet as it further extends the reach of our veterinarian-formulated pet food throughout the Pacific Northwest territory,” said Tyler Atkins, chief sales & marketing officer of SquarePet. “The combination of Mud Bay’s presence in this territory and the fundamental goal of the Mud Bay family to provide the best products available to pet parents, makes this partnership the perfect fit for SquarePet. We look forward to a strong partnership with the Mud Bay team, and to sharing our VFS (Veterinarian Formulated Solutions) products with their customers.”
“We are excited to partner with SquarePet and welcome them to our assortment of Mud Bay Certified brands,'' said Bryan Kramer, director of category management at Mud Bay. “We look forward to helping more customers meet the specific dietary needs of their pets with the solutions available in the VFS food line.”
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