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Earth Animal Adds to Team

It announced two promotions and five new regional sales representatives.




(PRESS RELEASE) Southport, CT – Earth Animal has announced two promotions and five new regional sales representatives for the company. These new members are all adding to the preparation for the next phase of growth at the company. Earth Animal is excited about these new hires and its plans for the upcoming New Year with the pending launch of several new and innovative products.

Earth Animal is a family-owned veterinary formulated product company, offering treats (No-Hide), Herbal Remedies, Supplements, and Dr. Bob’s Wisdom Foods (launching in 2019). Earth Animal welcomes the promotion of Tom O’Hare to VP Business Development. He has been with the company for over 10 years and is currently helping to coordinate the new product launches in 2019. Lynn Mongeon has also been promoted to category manager in the Earth Animal Healthcare division “Vitamin Supplements and Herbal Remedies.” Likewise, Mongeon has worked for several years in sales and is now managing the promotion of our core healthcare products.

In addition, Earth Animal has hired five new sales reps to manage various regions of the USA. Diane Tankovich will manage the Ohio Valley region, Jennifer Ditthardt will manage the Southeast region, Ron Fissell is managing the New York Metro area, Brett Zingle is managing the Western region and finally, Kelly Owens will be managing the New England region.

“Earth Animal’s culture means a great deal to us and finding the people who are able to work with our distributor and retail partners is incredibly important. I have taken a great deal of time in selecting this core team to lead us into 2019 and beyond. I’ve never been more excited about our company. This team and our ability in truly make a difference in each pets life with our expanding line of holistic pet products,” said Chris Moore, president and COO of Earth Animal.

Earth Animal products can be found at independent pet shops nationwide and online at



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