Press release: Health Extension
Choice Pet Products, a distributor of quality pet brands and products, announces the addition of Health Extension Pet Care, a family owned and operated holistic pet food and product manufacturer, to its expanding distribution portfolio.
“Health Extension is well known for the quality and safety of their products and is vet recommended,” said Choice Pet Products vice president of sales and operations, Doug Horiski. “Their product lineup gives retailers in our network a competitive advantage by providing the finest holistic ingredients at the best possible price. We are proud to represent Health Extension.”
For over three generations, family-owned Health Extension Pet Care has been providing nourishing recipes that pet parents feel good about serving. Its products are 100 percent made in the USA, contain thoughtfully selected whole food ingredients created in small batches, and with its food safety program of over 140 checkpoints, it has never had a single product recall.
“Health Extension is thrilled to partner with Choice Pet Products. We are happy that our brands are represented by such a trusted distribution partner,” said Brad Gruber, president of Health Extension Pet Care. Choice Pet Products is a company much like ours, dedicated to the values that best serve independent pet retailers.”
Health Extension promises to source only GMO-free ingredients and to never use artificial colors, flavors or preservatives, wheat, gluten, corn, soy or by-products. In addition to natural pet food and treats, the company also manufactures toys, stain and odor removers, vitamins and supplements and shampoo and conditioning products.
Health Extension also has joined with Central Pet Distribution to broaden its reach throughout the Colorado and Northern New Mexico markets.
Central Pet Distribution owned by Central Garden and Pet founded in 1980 is headquarter in Walnut Creek California. They are known to be a leading innovator of quality branded pet products and “we look forward to doing exciting things together,” said Gruber.