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Hound & Gatos Teams Up with Burgham in Canada

The collaboration makes Burgham a one-stop shop for all of Gott Pet Products’ offerings.




(PRESS RELEASE) Gott Pet Products, manufacturer of Hound & Gatos natural food for pets, recently announced a partnership with Canadian wholesale distributor, Burgham Sales. This new collaboration makes Burgham a one-stop shop for all of Gott Pet Products’ offerings — including the complete line of Charlee Bear dog treats. Thanks to this partnership, Hound & Gatos will gain distribution for its natural, grain-free pet food throughout central and eastern Canada.

Burgham is a family-owned distributor located in Scarborough, Canada, which services a variety of retail outlets throughout the entire country. It is a member of the Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council of Canada, which offers guidance and resources to pet businesses supporting the well-being of Canada’s pets.

“Burgham is a very successful and knowledgeable distributor with a reputation for partnering with premium brands and making their products readily available throughout Canada,” says Patrick McGarry, general manager, Gott Pet Products, parent company of Hound & Gatos. “We look forward to seeing all the opportunities that this partnership will accomplish for the Hound & Gatos brand.”

Hound & Gatos offers a full line of natural food for cats and dogs. Each recipe features real meat as the No. 1 ingredient and is formulated with a precisely balanced vitamin-mineral mix. The food is free from grains, fillers, soy, gluten, and artificial flavors. Having recently undergone a complete rebrand, the new Hound & Gatos packaging displays bold new colors to help the company stand out as the strong, dependable brand that pet owners know and love.

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