Gott Pet Products, a family-owned company that manufacturers Charlee Bear natural dog treats and Hound & Gatos natural dog and cat food, is eager to announce that they have teamed up with Complete Animal Nutrition (CAN), a distributor of holistic and natural pet nutritional products.
CAN services independent pet retailers, kennels, veterinary hospitals and holistic and natural pet stores with holistic and natural pet foods and quality suppliers. This new partnership will make the complete lines of both Charlee Bear treats and Hound & Gatos diets available throughout the entire state of Florida.
“Complete Animal Nutrition is a family-owned company just like ours, known for their dedication to only serving independent retailers and partnering with brands based on ingredient sourcing, production facility and processing standards. So, when we had the chance to join forces with them, it was a no brainer,” comments Patrick McGarry, General Manager of Gott Pet Products. “We’re excited for the opportunity to have our products available to consumers throughout Florida.”
According to McGarry, this new partnership further proves that Gott Pet Products has no plans of slowing down their momentum anytime soon. “The past several months has been very exciting for us, as we launched a fresh, new look to both brands, in addition to beefing up our sales team by hiring pet industry veterans. Our focus now is making sure that our food and treats are on shelves for more pet parents, while we also continue to come up with new product developments.”
Gott Pet Products has been providing healthy, natural rewards and training treats for decades. Their lines of Charlee Bear dog treats and Hound & Gatos diets are made in the USA, backed by comprehensive marketing and merchandising programs, and is available through pet specialty distributors nationwide.
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