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Having a fun Halloween with Precise! We hope everyone has a fun and safe Halloween!

 

 

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Precise Pet Products Welcomes Bonnie Barnes, Scott Johnson, and Tony Gutierrez

Precise Pet Products Welcomes Bonnie Barnes, Scott Johnson, and Tony Gutierrez
Three Sales Managers Will Support Precise Sales Growth

 Nacogdoches, Texas Precise Pet Products, an American-based manufacturer and supplier of all-natural canine and feline foods, recently added three new team members to their growing sales team. Bonnie Barnes, Scott Johnson, and Tony Gutierrez have been named territory sales managers for the brand.

 In their new positions with Precise, Barnes, Johnson and Gutierrez play an essential role in initiating focused sales and education initiatives for retail associates to help grow territory pet food sales. Additionally, the three sales managers identify and implement strategies to execute promotional activities including industry trade show support and event sponsorship to continue to build brand awareness and develop customer relationships.

“Adding Bonnie, Scott and Tony to the team strengthens our ability to further develop and grow our company’s reach across the nation and in Canada,” said Kirk Young, executive vice president of Precise Pet Products. “Each professional brings unique sales and management experience that will enhance our brand. We’re excited to have these sales experts on our team.”

Before joining Precise, Barnes served as the western Canada territory manager at Tri Natural Products, a leading Canadian importer distributor of premium holistic and wellness pet products. There she established, managed and serviced accounts across western Canada. Barnes serves the western Canada territory for Precise Pet Products.

Johnson served as a key account manager at WellPet, a manufacturer and supplier to a family of premium pet food brands. In this position, Johnson managed over 25 accounts, exceeded sales goals and coordinated product launch campaigns. Johnson represents Precise in Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Michigan and parts of Pennsylvania and West Virginia.

Gutierrez brings 29 years of sales experience to Precise Pets Products. He served as a distributor for Veterinary Services, Inc., an employee owned company and leading distributor of animal health products. There Gutierrez oversaw the pet food division and managed sales and customer relationships. Gutierrez represents Precise in Southern California, Arizona and Southern Nevada.

To learn more about Precise Pet Products, visit www.precisepets.com or call 1-888-4-PRECISE (1-888-477-3247). 

About Precise Pet Products
Precise Pet Products, a brand division of Texas Farm Products Company, is an American-based manufacturer and supplier of canine and feline foods made from all-natural ingredients produced mostly from U.S. sources. Located in Nacogdoches, Texas, Precise Pet Products provides pet foods that are safe and nutritious. Using the latest in technology and testing capabilities, Precise Pet Products boasts a history of responsible pet food products. For more information, please visit www.precisepet.com or call 1-888-4-PRECISE (1-888-477-3247).

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Precise Pet Products Debuts New Grain Free Formulas

Precise Pet Products Debuts New Grain Free Formulas
American-Based Manufacturer Announces Additions to Precise Naturals Line

 Nacogdoches, Texas  Precise Pet Products, a brand division of Texas Farm Products, is proud to introduce its new Naturals Grain Free formulas to pet owners who are seeking an alternative diet to address pet concerns such as allergies, obesity and digestibility.

 The new Naturals Grain Free formulas, available for both dogs and cats, feature the same all-natural ingredients as the original Naturals line, including high-quality chicken and chicken meal, natural preservatives, balanced fatty acids, probiotics and purified chicken fat. Free of grains, potatoes, soy, dairy and by-products and enriched with chicken as the single meat protein, the Naturals Grain Free formulas help to promote a healthy, well-balanced diet for pets.

“The demand for grain free pet foods is steadily growing,” said Kirk Young, executive vice-president of Precise Pet Products. “Pet owners are becoming more aware of the benefits grain free diets can offer pets who may suffer from grain allergies or weight management issues. The Naturals Grain Free formulas offer dogs and cats a natural solution with the benefit of highly digestible protein.”

Precise Naturals Grain Free formulas are available in 5 lb., 12 lb., and 28 lb. bags for canines and 3 lb., 6 lb. and 12 lb. bags for felines.

To learn more about Precise Pet Products and the Naturals Grain Free line, visit www.precise.com or call 1-888-4-PRECISE (1-888-477-3247).

About Precise Pet Products
Precise Pet Products, a brand division of Texas Farm Products Company, is an American-based manufacturer and supplier of canine and feline foods made from all-natural ingredients produced mostly from U.S. sources. Located in Nacogdoches, Texas, Precise Pet Products provides pet foods that are safe and nutritious. Using the latest in technology and testing capabilities, Precise Pet Products boasts a history of responsible pet food products. For more information, please visit www.precisepet.com or call 1-888-4-PRECISE (1-888-477-3247).

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Making a Difference in a Pet’s Life

Many people find joy in rescuing or adopting pets, but what about pet fostering? Pet fostering gives a pet the opportunity to live in a home environment instead of in a shelter and helps transition them to their “forever” home.  Pet fostering is very rewarding, but comes with many responsibilities. Make sure you consider all points of pet fostering before making the commitment. Below are some tips if you are considering fostering a pet.

  • Treat the dog or cat as if it were your own and give the pet love and attention it wants and needs.
  • Along with regular pet parent responsibilities (feeding, exercising, grooming), foster pet parents may have to do extra basic training including house training, leash walking, commands or behavior modifications to correct jumping, barking and chewing.
  • Help socialize the dog or cat with your personal pets, with pets in the neighborhood or with other humans.
  • When a family decides they want to adopt your foster pet, provide them with as much information as you can including the pet’s personality, diet and behavior.

You never know what you will get out of an experience by helping pets in need and each foster experience has their own unique story. If you are interested in fostering a pet, contact your local shelter to find out more information.

 

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Curing Your Couch Potato Pet

Does your pet seem to be acting up more than usual? Are you seeing destructive or attention-grabbing behaviors? Well it could be that your pet is itching for more exercise.  Why not take advantage of your pet’s need to stretch his legs and join him?

As we know, there are many benefits of exercising, but think of how many excuses we make to  get out of it. Pets are a great incentive to helping us stay in shape. Here are some ideas to make it fun!

  • Grab your dog’s favorite fetch toy and get ready for some sit-ups. On the first sit-up, throw the dog toy. Do another sit-up while your dog is chasing it. On the third sit-up, get the dog toy and repeat.
  • If you have a playful dog, stand with your legs shoulder width apart. While you squat, tap your dog with a toy. Lift the toy above your head so your dog jumps while you stand up.
  • Playing fetch can be good for you and your pet. There is always the traditional game of fetch or you can spice it up and challenge your pet. After throwing the ball, start running after it and see who can get the ball first.
  • Don’t forget about cats! Tie a lightweight toy with a string to your dumbbells. As you do your curls, your cat will be jumping for the toy.
  • Grab a mini flashlight and do the motion of jumping jacks. The constant moving light on the wall will drive your cat up the wall.

As your pet gets older, you may have to change their exercise routine. Keep an eye on your pet after long walks or strenuous activity. Just like humans, dogs can get blisters on their paw pads. No dog is the same, so find the best workout routine for you and your dog.  Check with your vet if you have any concerns before or after exercising with your pet.

 

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