Only Natural Pet will expand its retail presence in its home state of Colorado, USA with the official grand opening of its second flagship store on December 17 in Aspen.
The Boulder, Colorado-based natural pet food brand said it will open the new 2,000-square-foot Only Natural Pet store on the Cooper Avenue pedestrian mall in the central retail and entertainment district of Aspen.
Grand opening events will be held December 17 and 18. The new store will feature a comprehensive collection of Only Natural Pet products as well as Colorado-based brands such as Hoot & Co. and Down Dog Snacks. Only Natural Pet can also be found at its exclusive national retailer, PetSmart.
The Aspen store will carry a variety of Only Natural Pet products including pet food, treats, chews, vitamins, supplements and other pet solutions, as well as additional brands that share its brand philosophy.
Only Natural Pet is a line of pet supplies marketed as natural. The brand’s product range includes food, treats, vitamins, supplements, grooming, and flea and tick control. Only Natural Pet’s pet food and treats are paleo-inspired, meaning high in protein and low in carbs, which some believe mimics the ancestral diets of dogs and cats.
The brand’s food and treats use ingredients such as free-range chicken, wild-caught fish, grass-fed lamb and beef, as well as carbohydrates like sweet potatoes, lentils and garbanzo beans and real fruits and vegetables such as apples, cranberries, celery, pumpkin, broccoli, cabbage and more.
Only Natural Pet was founded in 2004 in Boulder, Colorado. The company operates an e-commerce site (onlynaturalpet.com), two flagship retail stores, and a catalog business featuring more than 3,900 products.
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