Nulo Partners With Kane Veterinary Supplies Ltd.



Nulo Pet Food aims to accelerate the growth of its high-meat, low-carb dog and cat food products in Canada, and is partnering with Kane Veterinary Supplies Ltd. to distribute its products nationwide.

Pet parents in Canada will now be able to find Nulo’s FreeStyle and FrontRunner recipes at independent retailers nationwide, as a result of the company’s new alliance with Kane.

Beginning January 1, Kane will distribute Nulo’s premium recipes, which are all high in animal-based protein, use low-glycemic carb sources, contain no artificial ingredients and have a patented probiotic that supports digestive and immune health.

“We are thrilled to be partnering with Kane,” said Michael Landa, Nulo founder and CEO. “They are the perfect match to help grow Nulo’s portfolio across the pet specialty channel here in Canada. Kane has extremely passionate, dedicated and knowledgeable staff and provides a high level of customer service. They go above and beyond and are well respected within the pet specialty, agricultural and veterinary industries in Canada. We can’t wait to begin our journey together, to bring healthy pet food options to pet parents throughout Canada.”

“We at Kane are proud to partner with Nulo,” said John Sousa, national manager of the Pet Division. “They bolster our offering of high-quality pet products. We have great admiration for how conscientious Nulo has been in recognizing the needs of pet parents and pets.”


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