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looking for pet supply manufacturer companies in the US

Last Updated: Dec 13, 2011  |  11 Views
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There are a lot of types of pet ‘supplies’ – what are you interested in? 

 

If you’re interested in pet food, major manufacturers include The Iams Company (a subsidiary of Procter & Gamble), Hill’s Pet Nutrition, Inc. (maker of Science Diet), Nestlé Purina PetCare, and Nutro Products.

 

If you’re interested in pet toys or accessories (such as beds), you might be interested in PETCO Animal Supplies, Inc., PetSmart, or Foster & Smith Inc.

 

If you want pet health, major companies include PetMed Express, PetCareRx., and KV Vet Supply Company (there is some overlap among companies for pet food, pet health, and pet accessories).

 

Both IU East and Ivy Tech subscribe to a number of databases that will help you find company information.  You chose a status of ‘IU East student’ but entered an Ivy Tech email address.  I’m assuming that you are an Ivy Tech student.

 

If so, the database Lexis Nexis has some business-related information; and the databases Academic Search Premier offers articles on many topics.  These are accessible online with Ivy Tech credentials.

 

IU East subscribes to several other databases that might be of more use, but if you’re not an IU East student, you would need to come into the library to use them.  They include Hoover’s Company Records (which has great overviews, financial information, fact sheets, and competitor links for the above listed companies), and the Business and Company Resource Center (which includes company profiles, magazine and journal articles, rankings, legal issues, and industry overviews).

 

Let me know if I can be of assistance in using these resources.

 

Cordially,

 

Matt Dilworth

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