CINCINNATI, June 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Petbrosia.com is the first pet food custom designed for the unique nutritional needs of each pet. Created by an entrepreneurial pet lover, Petbrosia's goal is to improve the wellbeing of dogs, cats, and their families. Says Petbrosia.com founder Keith Johnson, "You want to do what's best for your pet. With nutrition designed to ideal body conditions, your pet can have a higher quality and potentially longer life."
Johnson adds, "Our own diets change as we grow. Not only does the quantity of food change over time, but also the ideal nutritional make-up. Of course, not all people are the same, so needs vary. This is the same philosophy we apply to your pet."
Pet owners visit Petbrosia.com and create a profile for each of their pets by entering key information, such as their breed, age, and weight. Petbrosia then uses a series of proprietary algorithms and a patent-pending process to create a custom blend that meets the specific nutritional needs of each pet. The product is shipped directly to the pet owner within days. With auto replenishment, the blend is updated based on the naturally changing needs of a pet. Petbrosia is priced at $2.99 per pound, less than $1.35 per day for the average size dog. A portion of proceeds goes to Rescue Bank, a non-profit organization that supports animal rescue and rehabilitation groups.
Petbrosia uses only the highest quality ingredients naturally sources from the heartland of America. It contains real free-run, antibiotic and hormone-free chicken as the first ingredient, "super" fruits and vegetables, prebiotics and probiotics to support healthy digestion and strong defenses, and added glucosamine and chondroitin for healthy joints. Petbrosia is without the corn, soy, wheat gluten, or by-product meal typically found in major brands.
Says Johnson, "Research shows that feeding to maintain an ideal body condition can extend a pet's life by up to 1.8 years…that's twelve dog years! Your pet is a key member of your family, and deserves the best nutrition and quality of life possible."