Formulated by a team of experts
to provide a premium, all-natural
approach to pet health. 

BSM Partners

The leading pet care research and consulting firm. Their team of veterinarians, veterinary cardiologists, and animal nutritionists offer product innovation in super premium pet food, supplement and treat products. They've worked with us on custom product development, nutritional consulting, and  food safety management.

Dr. Renee Streeter, DVM, DACVN
R.M. Streeter Animal Nutrition
Consulting + BSM Partners

A Board-Certified Veterinary Nutritionist®, Dr. Streeter did her residency in veterinary clinical nutrition at Cornell University,

Dr. Stephanie Clark, PhD, CVT. PAS
Research & Development
BSM Partners

Dr. Clark holds a PhD in animal nutrition and is a certified veterinary technologist. She completed her post-doctorate at the Mayo Clinic.

Packed with over 36+ Ingredients. 

Each pet is different but they all have one thing in common: they all deserve uncompromising nourishment. That's why we've put them first by sourcing the most premium, all-natural ingredients. While most ‘pet health’ products exclude vital ingredients in order to save money on production, we went with the most premium, high-quality options. Good things come to well-nourished pets, and they deserve nothing less than the very best. 

Makers Nutrition

The leading pet care research and consulting firm. It's team of veterinarians, veterinary cardiologists, and animal nutritionists have launched a multi-faceted firm offering product innovation in super premium pet food, supplement and treat products alongside a variety of services, including custom product development, nutritional consulting, food safety management, and processing engineering.

Damron Packaging and Logistics Group

A Board-Certified Veterinary Nutritionist®, Dr. Streeter did her residency in veterinary clinical nutrition at Cornell University where she researched the relationship between omega-3 fatty acids, adipokines and canine obesity. Dr. Streeter also researched Vitamin E and Selenium deficiency in white muscle disease in horses.