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Pura Naturals Pet Announces Partnership with IPP for New Grooming Line

It is one of the fastest growing retailers with over 162 stores nationwide.

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(PRESS RELEASE) ARDSLEY, NY — Pura Naturals Pet announces exclusive Grooming Program with Independent Pet Partners (IPP). IPP is one of the fastest growing retailers with over 162 stores nationwide with further growth anticipated in 2019.

Brian Taus, senior VP of Sales with Pura Naturals Pet said “IPP is known for quality and service with a myriad of retail brands under their impressive umbrella. Pura Naturals Pet is thrilled to be IPP’s manufacturer of choice for Wildsaint, their new in-house exclusive grooming brand.”

Wildsaint is eco-friendly and all-natural. These meticulously formulated products are made with only the finest ingredients and address all pet grooming needs. The new products encompass over a dozen SKU’s and include options for Shampoos, Conditioners, Tearless Facials as well as other customized treatments.

“IPP is committed to providing the best in natural grooming for our customers and will be doing so with our Wildsaint in-house exclusive grooming brand. Our relationship with Pura Naturals Pet supports our mission for using sustainable products and providing healthy grooming options. Pura Naturals Pet is a champion of natural ingredients in our industry, so this partnership is a win-win for our company and customers. This is a shining example of how we plan to partner with vendors that share our values and are committed to providing the best in pet across products and services.” stated Jeff David, CEO of IPP.

For information on Pura Naturals Pet all-natural and certified organic products,visit our website at PuraNaturalsPet.comor call a customer service representative at (844) 698-4367.

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