Local Entrepreneur Opens Pet Food Business in Green Bay

Patrick Vieau

I’m hoping, by bringing Pet Wants to this area, I can help people understand how nutrition can impact their animal’s health and help more pets live long, healthy lives.

When Patrick Vieau takes his English Pointer, Romeo, out hunting, he wants to make sure Romeo is at his best and ready for a long, challenging, fun day. For Vieau and Romeo, that all starts with proper nutrition. Now Vieau is excited to announce that he’s opening a new pet food business in Green Bay to help other pet families have easy access to that same quality of food – Pet Wants Green Bay.

Pet Wants’ carefully developed proprietary pet food is slow-cooked in small batches with fresh, all-natural ingredients once per month, so every kibble is guaranteed to be fresh and packed with nutrition. Pet Wants Green Bay offers personal delivery service to the entire Green Bay metropolitan area.

Before opening Pet Wants, Vieau, who is launching the business with the support of his wife, Kay, and their two children, had a long career in sales and portfolio building. Vieau’s own journey with finding the right pet food started with his own pets.

“I have been a sporting dog owner for more than 25 years and I know from experience that the pet food industry is lacking products like Pet Wants. I have a passion for training and using my dogs for what they were bred to do and, at the end of the day, our play is hard. My animals need proper nutrition to help them stay as healthy as possible and I searched for the right food for many years before finding Pet Wants. Now I’m looking forward to sharing Pet Wants with other pet families in this region,” Vieau said.

In addition to being made fresh monthly, Pet Wants only sources the best salmon, chicken, lamb, brown rice and other ingredients available. There’s no sugar added, no fillers and no animal by-products and Pet Wants never uses corn, wheat, soy or dyes, which makes the food great for animals with allergies.

“Have you ever looked at the ingredients labels on pet food? You basically have to be a biologist to figure out what all those fillers are. I wouldn’t want to eat that and I know those chemicals aren’t good for my animals. With Pet Wants, I can explain exactly what’s in the food and why it’s there and, with it being made every month in small batches, you’ll know the food is fresh and nutritious,” Vieau said.

“I’m passionate about pets and making sure animals are as healthy as possible. I’m hoping, by bringing Pet Wants to this area, I can help people understand how nutrition can impact their animal’s health and help more pets live long, healthy lives with fewer unnecessary trips to the vet,” he added.

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