Gott Pet Products Adds Distributor



Gott Pet Products added Nature’s Rules, a provider of animal feed and care products, to its growing distributor network. Both of Gott Pet Products lines – Charlee Bear natural dog treats and Hound & Gatos natural pet food – will now be available to independent retailers throughout North Carolina.


“Speaking for the entire company, we’re extremely excited to expand our presence in North Carolina,” said Patrick McGarry, general manager of Gott Pet Products. “Much like Nature’s Rules, we are committed to providing the healthiest, most natural products for pets and look forward to our new partnership with this quality-driven distributor.”


Charlee Bear treats are prepared with quality ingredients and offered in a variety of flavors. In response to the popularity of Charlee Bear Original Crunch and Grain Free Crunch, the company introduced two additional lines of natural dog treats – Grain Free Meaty Bites, raw, freeze dried meat treats combined with real fruits and vegetables, and Bearnola Bites, crunchy granola clusters that includes ingredients like cranberries, peanut butter, honey and oats.


Hound & Gatos offers a full line of natural, animal protein-powered recipes to meet every pet’s dietary needs. In addition to a complete wet dog and cat line, the brand recently shared its new line of dry food for both dogs and cats. Prepared without peas, lentils, chickpeas, or white potatoes, the meat-first, limited ingredient food features superfoods, like blueberries, cranberries, broccoli and dandelion greens. Three grain free varieties for cats and three grain free varieties for dogs can be found on shelves. Additionally, two options made with ancient grains, such as spelt, quinoa and oats, are available for dogs.


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