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D.O.G. Partners with AFCO to Distribute in Northwest

It has also introduced a line of pumpkin for both dogs and cats.




(PRESS RELEASE) Do Only Good Certified Pet Nutrition (D.O.G.) announced the agreement with AFCO Distribution & Milling as the distributor for the Pacific Northwest area of the United States. D.O.G. produces and markets a kibble and paté protein diet and coming in Q2 of 2020, a wild rice and ancient grain diet. D.O.G. has also introduced a line of pumpkin for both dogs and cats. AFCO is a leading distributor of pet products in the states of Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Utah, Wyoming, Nevada and Alaska.

“It is a tremendous privilege to be working with AFCO,” said Rick Pack, founder of D.O.G. “Their superior reputation and dedication to independent retailers are at the forefront of our industry.”

D.O.G. foods are formulated by Randall Johnson, one of the leading pet nutritionists in the United States. “Most pet professionals agree that a rotational feeding system is a key component to maximizing health benefits for your dog,” said Johnson. D.O.G. proprietary formulas were created as a rotational feeding system that adds variety to a dog’s diet while helping to prevent the risk of digestive issues and allergic reactions.

“For over 25 years, we have been committed to bringing innovative products to our retailers, and D.O.G. pet food is no exception,” said Judee High, AFCO’s category manager of pet products. “We look forward to working with the D.O.G. team in bringing super-premium pet nutrition and value to our customers.”

With sustainable packaging and 100 percent responsibly sourced ingredients, D.O.G.’s mission is to Do Only Good for the health of dogs and the planet.,




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