Petcurean Celebrates 20th Anniversary with Charitable Video



Petcurean, celebrating 20 years in business, revealed its anniversary video and will donate one bowl of food each time the video is viewed to select animal rescue groups and shelters in Canada and the U.S., with the goal to donate 20,000 bowls. 


“It has been amazing to be part of Petcurean’s journey as the company has evolved from a small operation in Canada’s Fraser Valley to a globally trusted brand of premium quality pet foods,” says Rick van Schagen, chief executive officer of Petcurean. “While there are so many accomplishments to be proud of, the one that tops my list is how we have remained steadfast in our philosophy of putting pets first in everything we do.”


Founded in 1999, Petcurean was created to provide dogs and cats with quality, nutrient-rich food. Twenty years later, Petcurean recipes are available in pet specialty stores across North America and in over 30 countries around the world. The company produces three dry and wet food lines for dogs and cats: NOW FRESH, GO! SOLUTIONS and GATHER, as well as its SPIKE treats for dogs.


“On behalf of all of us at Petcurean, we’d like to thank our customers, retail partners, distributors and rescue/shelter workers for their support over the past 20 years,” said van Schagen. “With every ingredient we source, every recipe we develop, every donation we make, and everything else we do for the next 20 years and beyond, by working together, we will continue on our mission of putting pets first.”  


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