Following the debut of a completely redesigned look to their packaging, Petguard is pleased to announce that they’ve remodeled their website to make it more cohesive and engaging, with the same modern-day nostalgic look.
The first message pet parents see when they visit the new site is “helping you guard your pet’s health and happiness since 1979,” a statement that helps evoke the all-natural, holistic, pet health focused heritage of the brand. As visitors scroll down, a blend of cutting-edge imagery and vintage graphics conveys the essence and commitment of the company. The new site also provides a more user-friendly browsing experience, providing pet parents with detailed product information, including ingredients, and making it easier for visitors to find the optimal diet and recipe for their particular dog or cat.
“We decided to update our website because we wanted to properly showcase our new packaging and introduce a new generation of pet parents to the naturally healthy benefits of Petguard pet food,” commented Bill Shaner, Managing Partner and Petguard CEO. “With the brand celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, we felt the timing was right to update our website. We wanted it to be cohesive with our new packaging designs and it was important that we provide pet parents with all the necessary information needed to make an informed purchase.”
A true pioneer in natural pet nutrition, Petguard has been providing superior quality pet products, including food, treats and supplements, since 1979. Retailers interested in stocking and selling this superior quality brand are invited to contact their Petguard distributor. For the full story, visit www.Petguard.com.
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