Distributor Announcements: March 2015


My Perfect Pet has added United Pacific Pet as its second distributor in the United States.

The company’s dog food blends are available in over 300 stores nationwide and will continue to grow in 2015. It is currently available in regions in Texas and the Northeast. The company is working with United Pacific Pet to join its network of retailers.

My Perfect Pet uses all natural, human-grade food to make its 10 different dog food blends. The company manages its entire operation in-house, from raw ingredients to freezing, packaging and shipping. All blends are frozen immediately to preserve freshness, and the company avoids the use of any preservatives. 








Ruffwear has partnered with JSK Global to manage distribution in the South Korean market. With over 15 years of experience in international trade, JSK Global founder Jong-sik (Thomas) Kim sought to bring Ruffwear products to South Korea.

JSK Global is committed to ensuring that Korean dog owners will be able to conveniently purchase Ruffwear products throughout Korea. The team at JSK will help introduce the Ruffwear brand to the outdoor community in Korea, and ensure the highest levels of service and professionalism to retailer partners and consumers.

“Partnering with JSK Global will enable Ruffwear to enter a new and important Asian market,” said Dove Gibson, director of sales for Ruffwear. “This new partnership will help us grow the Ruffwear brand in a country where outdoor adventures and dogs are a way of life. We look forward to working with Thomas, Spencer and everyone at JSK.”

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