Our Organic and no-GMO Commitments

September 23, 2016

Our Organic and no-GMO Commitments
We wish for a healthy environment for us, our pets and the planet. That's why we've made a significant commitment to organic and more sustainable products in our Pounce & Hound Fine Pet Goods store!

All our own herbal remedies and spa products are certified organic and wild-harvested. Most of our supplements are responsibly fished or certified organic as well.

We do our absolute best to scan for GMOs - and are happy to report that, to our knowledge, we don't have any GMOs in the raw food, canned food, kibble or treats in our store. All fish foods are from sustainable sources, and we can trace the meat from our treat counter, raw food and even some of the packaged food right back to the farm.

As our manifesto says, "We source the most environmentally and socially responsible products we can find, and know the story behind everything we sell." (See the rest at the bottom of this email.)

We also put our money where our mouth is, as a 1% for the Planet member, donating 1% of our Pounce & Hound product sales to environmental protection organizations each year.

If you are interested in some of our other green initiatives, please ask us! For example, did you know we are 100% wind powered?? We love to share ideas to live and work more sustainably.




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