I have been a part of the pet industry for as long as I can remember. From fostering kittens and volunteering starting in middle school, working at Petsmart, working in dog day care, being a vet tech, owning my own pet sitting and animal behavior businesses and even working for a veterinary supply company I have done a bit of everything in the industry. I love learning and being a resource for my clients as well. When I was approached about the pawTree opportunity about 3.5 years ago I told the person who introduced me to the brand that I needed to do some research. I did my research on the company, the CEO, the products, and even attended an in home presentation about the products. The more I learned about everything, the more I knew I wanted to be a part of it and share it with my clients.
With pawTree I had found a brand that I could represent that I knew had never had a recall, never used corn or wheat or soy in their products, was made in the US, and had one of the most genuine people I had ever met as the founder and CEO. I have learned a lot about the pet food industry over the past decade and a half since I started in it professionally and I will say that there are more opinions and school of thoughts that anyone can keep up with when it comes to what to feed your pet. What I really liked about the pawTree brand was it wasn’t just some guy who decided to start a pet food line- this guy had some major experience in the industry and recruited veterinarians, a veterinary nutritionist, and top product specialists to help him create the brand and continue its growth.
Now I know that traditional kibble or even pawTree food is not for every pet or pet parent- and that is OK! I am not the person that wants to pressure anyone to change, but I do want to make sure the pet parents in my circle are educated about food and supplements. Have you ever read the bag of food you feed your pets? Does it have a lot of corn in it? Why? What does corn really do for any of us? What is the medication that is in your pets ‘prescription food’? Do you know what your pet should really be avoiding or having added into their diet if they do have a medical concern? Where are your pets treats made? Some questions that I would ask each pet parent to think about.
Supplements are another big part of the pawTree brand. I am a huge believer in supplements, I mean you should see my daily regimen! But really, supplements are a great preventative for a lot of issues such as joint and bladder problems. They can also help if a problem has already started and you are wanting to get better control of it without using traditional medication. I should make it clear that there is nothing wrong with traditional medications when warranted, but I would personally rather my pet be on a natural supplement for the rest of their life as opposed to a harsh prescription that can do a lot of damage to things like their liver. Medications have their place, but supplements are typically much safer for pets and even people.
Besides food and supplements, pawTree also offers a line of treats and superfood seasoning for pets. What I love most about these products is they are so limited ingredient that if I am working with a pet that has allergies I don’t have to worry about what fillers or additives might be added in. I use the treats a lot for training clients and the seasoning if a pet is hesitant to eat when their parents are out of town. These products are so simple, yet such a great benefit to my business and my clients. I know my clients appreciate knowing that their pets are always getting top notch treats when they visit with me!
I use the pawTree brand to offer products to my clients that I know I can stand behind and I believe in because I have seen the results with my own pets as well as my customers testimonials. A really amazing policy that pawTree has is a 90 day satisfaction guarantee- if you don’t like it you can get your money back with no hassle, so its worth a try for everyone! I am very grateful that I am able to incorporate pawTree into my businesses and my own pets lives and I encourage pet parents to just take a look- there’s nothing to lose!
As always, if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org