Pet Industry Loses a Leader


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Lynda Winkowski pictured with her daughter Jamie.

 

The pet industry suffered a loss when Lynda Winkowski, owner and founder of Angels’ Eyes, passed away on March 23, 2020.

When Lynda first began researching the problem of tear staining for dogs and cats in the early 2002, she quickly discovered that there was no option on the market. She and her husband began blending ingredients at their kitchen table and three years later had perfected the formula to one of the most effective tear stain products on the market. By 2005, Angels’ Eyes was ready to launch at Global Pet Expo.

Currently, the company operates from a large manufacturing facility in Sunrise, Fla. Lynda was involved in the company’s everyday operations and helped it grow into the name it is today. She took great pride in offering the leading tear stain solution. Lynda loved to share her knowledge with pet owners across America. Lynda shared her knowledge with her daughter, Jamie, who became the face of Angels’ Eyes at all the major trade shows.

Lynda was an avid supporter of the Local and National Humane Society and was a supporter of the National Wildlife Fund. She also donated to many local and national animal rescues.

Angels’ Eyes is a member of the American Pet Products Association, World Pet Association and the National Animal Supplement Council (NASC).

 

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