PetGuard Expands Into Canada



PetGuard partnered with distributors Trueman Distribution Ltd. (TDL) and Can-Pet to bring its products to Canada. 


Can-Pet will be PetGuard’s distribution partner in Eastern Canada. The well-established firm serves independent pet stores throughout Ontario, Quebec and the Maritime provinces. Over the last 40 years, Can-Pet has developed mutually respected long-term relationships with both its customers and vendors as business partners working together toward a shared success. 


TDL will be responsible for bringing the company’s products to Western Canada. For over 20 years, TDL has distributed pet foods, litters, seed products, treats and supplies to the pet specialty market. The distributor is well-regarded in the industry for its service and reputation for treating all customers with respect, honesty and integrity.


The company also hired Bianca Tabone as the Canadian sales manager. In addition to collaborating with Can-Pet and TDL sales and service associates, Tabone will be responsible for conducting training sessions, building rewarding customer relationships and introducing thousands of Canadian pet owners to the PetGuard brand. Prior to joining PetGuard, Tabone was territory sales manager – Ontario & Montreal at Bold Canine.


“These past few months have been very exciting for PetGuard, as we recently debuted our refreshed packaging,” said Tim Siedlaczek, director of sales at PetGuard. “It seems that the timing couldn’t be better for us to join forces with TDL and Can-Pet, and to welcome Bianca to our team. We look forward to further expanding our footprint and making a splash in the Canadian market.”


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