We choose to work with the best because you deserve the best.
For the best product,
you need the best process
Our way is knowing where every ingredient comes from, and now you can too, because we’re proud to source our real, natural, fresh ingredients from trusted, reputable partners with sustainable practices. Great ingredients make great pet products, and passionate people make them even better, so meet our partners & friends.
Atlantic Sea Farms
We source our kelp from Atlantic Sea Farms, committed to diversifying how coastal waters are used and providing a domestic, fresh, healthy alternative to imported seaweed products. They grow their kelp in the cold, clean waters of Maine that ensures the highest quality sea greens, and a fresh, briny flavor that dogs love.
Atlantic Sea Farms partners with fishermen throughout Maine to provide an additional way to work on the water during lobster’s off-season. ASF provides technical assistance to help farmers get farm leases, set up their gear, learn how to seed and harvest, provide free seed, and support their business planning. Their nutritious product is good for animals, their social mission is good for people, and the sustainability of kelp is good for the planet – and that’s our way.
Crystal Garden Herbs
Since 2002, Dr. Bob Goldstein and Master Herbalist and owner of Crystal Garden Herbs, Kristy Haley have been partners in releasing the power of plants. Together they have formulated our Organic Herbal Remedies with a sound holistic approach.
Each believes in the ancient medicinal power of crafted herbs that are designated to balance an animal’s energy and emotional patterns associated with each condition. This way offers a true holistic healing effect that we feel is best for your pet.
Our Virginia poultry farmers take pride in their work, and that means we can take pride in ours. Here, they’re fully embracing alternative farming methods by being entirely solar-powered.
Covering 2 acres of land, the farm produces 172 kilowatts of solar energy – necessary to keep our turkeys cool in the summer and warm in the winter. That’s a positive environmental impact of over 168 tons of offset CO2, 355 barrels of unused oil, and nearly 4,000 trees saved. We tear up with joy a bit thinking about it.