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Messy Mutts Announces Expansion with Pet Food Experts

It now distributes to California, Nevada and Arizona as well as the PFX Mountain region.

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(PRESS RELEASE) Messy Mutts, manufacturer of functional, solution based pet products that make owning a pet a little less messy, announces its most recent expansion within the Pet Food Experts distribution network.

“Pet Food Experts have been instrumental to the successful growth and distribution of the Messy Mutts brand”, said Taylor Simms-Brown, VP of sales and product development. “We are grateful for the opportunity to provide independent retailers access to 100% of our product line throughout the entire Pet Food Experts distribution network with the addition of California, Nevada and Arizona, as well as with the expansion to 100% of the product line within the PFX Mountain region.”

Messy Mutts, founded in 2015, has a strategic focus on the development of pet products specifically for the independent pet channel. The brand works with high quality materials to ensure the longevity and safety of products, while providing purposeful and relevant pet products with colors and packaging that pops.

“We’re thrilled to grow our partnership with Messy Mutts with the expansion into the West”, said Antoine Seailles, director of market strategy. “Messy Mutts continues to bring innovation to the Indie Pet channel with continued unique product creation.”

Pet Food Experts has an unparalleled portfolio of the industry’s top brands and a vast network of over 6,500 independent pet retailers in 39 states across the U.S., known for our best-in-class customer service delivering long-term success for our partners and the industry as a whole.

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