October 16, 2019

Press release: Health Extension

In a sign of accelerating growth and successful service to pet parents, Health Extension Pet Care has more than tripled the size of its headquarters and distribution center while moving it from Deer Park to Hauppauge, New York. 

The company acquired the 55,000-square-foot Hauppauge facility this past March. It eclipses the former home of Health Extension Pet Care, which occupied 17,000 square feet of space in Deer Park. 

Health Extension Pet Care celebrated the new building’s grand opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday, September 26, at noon. Everyone who has contributed to the company’s growth, including independent retailers and pet parents, were welcome to attend. 

“This building empowers us to grow in a way that promotes our core strengths: the finest whole food ingredients, slow cooked in small batches, sold in partnership with independent retailers across the country,” said Brad Gruber, president of Health Extension Pet Care. “We are thrilled to serve those retailers and their pet parents from our new location.”

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