Protein For Pets has introduced a free same-day home delivery service for its more than 200 natural formulas of high-quality dry, raw and wet petfoods.
Initially, home delivery is available Monday through Saturday to customers who live within a designated area that includes the Simi Valley North Border, the Thousand Oaks/Agoura Southern Border, the Agoura Hills Eastern Border and the Ventura West Border in California, USA.
“The decision to offer home delivery makes sense for Protein For Pets which was created to fill a void in the retail landscape for an independent petfood and supply store that is strictly driven by customers’ needs and convenience,” said Marco Giannini, founder and CEO of Protein For Pets. “We value our busy customers and their time and remain committed to enhancing their shopping experience while making it as convenient as possible.”
Residents of those areas who place a minimum order of $60 by 3 p.m. will receive their orders delivered to their doorsteps the same day for free. For orders less than $60, there is a service fee of $4.95. Delivery of raw pet foods may require an additional $4 cooler charge.
Protein For Pets provides a unique, easy and customer-friendly shopping experience that offers poultry, meat, fish and exotic sections among others stocked with national and specialty brands including Blue Buffalo, Nutrisource, Earthborn, Stella & Chewy and Primal. Protein For Pets also organizes its product, all of which have no corn, no soy, no wheat and no animal by-products, within each section by varying price points to meet every budget.
While the focus is on food, Protein For Pets also offers an exclusive selection of healthy and natural treats, toys, supplies and grooming products.
Protein For Pets has stores in Thousand Oaks, Simi Valley, Ventura, Anaheim, Rancho Cucamonga, Laguna Niguel, San Clemente, Rancho San Diego and Santa Clarita.
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