Jennifer Cheesman brings Pet Wants back to Woodbury, MN
I adore my favorite canine pal and my rescue pup, Bosley, and I want to feed him the very best. Bosley is such a huge and important part of our lives and I want to do my part to make sure he and your fur babies get the nutrition they need, at every stage of their lives. – Cheese maker
WOODBURY, Minnesota (PRWEB)
July 14, 2022
With business acumen and a passion for animals, Jennifer Cheesman is excited to relaunch Pet Wants Woodbury, a premium pet food and supply company.
“I am an animal lover and a former veterinary technician. I adore my favorite canine pal and my rescue pup, Bosley, and I want to feed him the very best. Bosley is such a huge and important part of our lives and I want to do my part to make sure he and your fur babies get the nutrition they need, at every stage of their lives. I’m proud to bring Pet Wants back to the area so I can offer Pet Wants Products to Bosley and all the pets in this community,” Cheesman.
Pet Wants’ specially designed pet food formulas are made in small batches with fresh, natural ingredients fortified with vitamins and minerals for complete and balanced nutrition in every bowl, all made in the USA. Pet Wants Woodbury offers several blends of dog and cat food formulas, treats, chews, as well as healing balm, calming balm, anti-itch spray, paw wax and more. Pet Wants Woodbury originally launched in early 2020, but lay dormant.
Pet Wants has a money back guarantee on food freshness and quality and the company only sources salmon, chicken, lamb, brown rice and other available ingredients. There’s no added sugar, no fillers, and no animal by-products, and Pet Wants never uses corn, wheat, soy, or dyes, making the food ideal for pets with allergies.
Cheesman revives pet wants with the support of her fiancé, Mike, and their three children – Samantha, Andrew and Jude. Pet Wants Woodbury is a mobile business that offers free personal delivery in Woodbury, Cottage Grove and surrounding neighborhoods.
“I got into this business because I was looking for new leadership – one that would utilize the skills I learned as a vice president of a local health and life brokerage firm, along with my love of always for the animals,” Cheesman said.
“I have lived, worked, volunteered and raised my family in this community since 2005. As someone who has spent many years as an elected official and local volunteer, I look forward to rekindling old relationships. and create new ones – with you AND your furry friends,” she added.
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