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Lord Jameson Dog Wellness Announces Retail Partnership with Mud Bay

It expands distribution in the Pacific Northwest.




(PRESS RELEASE) First of its kind organic dog treat company, Lord Jameson announces a new retail partnership with pet product and supply store Mud Bay. Lord Jameson offers an extensive collection of premium, organic soft dog treats using real, nutritious human-grade ingredients. Mud Bay offers healthy food, toys and supplies for pets throughout the Pacific Northwest. Founded in 1988, Mud Bay continuously grows to help people choose healthy foods for their pets. Mud Bay is one of the top 20 pet retailers in the nation and the largest pet retailer headquartered in the Pacific Northwest.

“We are beyond excited to form a new retail partnership with Mud Bay!,” said Sarah Goldberger, founder and CEO of Lord Jameson. “We are all about offering natural, high-quality ingredient treats for dogs and Mud Bay shares our core principles. They are not only focused on offering natural food products but also realize the importance of sharing accurate information and expertise when it comes to the health of the pets they serve. We are proud to join them in serving the pet community in Seattle and Oregon.”

Lord Jameson treats are made with the highest quality organic ingredients, which include fruits, vegetables, gluten-free grains, herbs, botanicals and plant-based proteins. They are free of gluten, soy, corn, dairy and do not contain any preservatives or GMO ingredients. Each treat is packed with nutrients, vitamins and super-foods and hand-rolled in organic coconut shreds – the perfect balance of flavor to treat every dog.

Lord Jameson dog treats have been featured on ABC News, NBC News, Fortune Magazine, Forbes Magazine, Departures, Marie Claire, US Weekly, PopSugar, People Magazine Pets and Cheddar TV among many other media outlets. For more information on Lord Jameson Dog Wellness Co., visit or call 985-805-6735.



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