Parkers Pet Provisions Acquires Complete Natural Nutrition

March 31, 2017

Andrew Morrison, co-founder and CEO of Parkers Pet Provisions, announced that the company has acquired Complete Natural Nutrition (CNN).

CNN has been a leader in natural pet treats since 2005. CNN is known for brands including Pill Buddy Naturals, Off Leash, Cheese Please, Crunch Skins, Terrabone and more. Its product lines are each comprised of some of the best natural recipes and ingredients available.

“They are the perfect addition to our family of natural products,” company co-founder and President Spyq Sklar said. “We were very impressed by their industry-leading recipes, and we’re excited to work with our independent retail and distribution partners to share these products with pet parents around the world.”

Parkers Pet Provisions, based in San Francisco, is dedicated to providing dogs healthy snacks. The brand’s signature Parkers Jerky Dog Treats offer 100 percent wholesome, made-in-the-USA, nutritious, super moist treats that are made with human-grade ingredients and free of glycerin, artificial preservatives, wheat, corn, soy, grains and gluten.

“As experienced pet specialty retailers, brand builders and operators ourselves, we know how important it is to provide the tools, support and reliability needed for success,” Morrison added. “Bringing CNN into our product family will allow even more pet parents worldwide to experience and enjoy these high-quality, all natural products.”

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