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Located in Milton Vermont, we specialize in producing & packaging premium quality extruded products for dogs and cats. Our Product Development team is available to help you bring your new product ideas to market with an emphasis on safety & quality. We are pleased to offer low minimum order size requirements to facilitate the launch of new products for our customers.
Green Mountain Animal, LLC is a complete one-stop shop for all your custom formulation needs for companion animal health products and treats. We are experts in innovative formulation and product quality with the ability to manufacture and source a wide variety of delivery options—including extruded chews, extruded sticks, tablets, capsules, powders, gels and liquids—for your unique product.
As a contract manufacturer of animal health products and treats, we pride ourselves on our commitment to quality and safety throughout the manufacturing process. Contact us today to learn how we can help you create your custom animal health product or treat.
Our experienced product development team can assist you with formulating your custom products to make a product that dogs and cats will crave while working within your budget.
To ensure that your products meet your standards for flavor and texture, we will make small sample batches for you to review. We know your time is valuable so we pride ourselves on our ability to make samples quickly using our small laboratory equipment and our full size extruders.
Dale Metz, CEO of Green Mountain Animal, is the Vice President and a founding member of the National Animal Supplement Council. With his 14 years of experience working with the FDA and Center for Veterinary Medicine, we can help you navigate the confusing world of regulatory compliance.
Green Mountain Animal has relationships with many of the animal rescue groups in our area so we have an ample supply of taste-testers to give us feed back on our flavors. The best formula in the world will not do any good if the animals will not eat it!
We know that you have great ideas for your new products so our facilities allow for a variety of packaging options to suit your needs. Our equipment can handle small or large batch sizes so you do not have to make a major volume commitment when launching a new product.
From formulation and ingredient sourcing to packaging and shipping, Green Mountain Animal does it all to provide you with a finished product that is ready to put on the store shelf.
The National Animal Supplement Council, or NASC, is a non-profit organization that exists for the purpose of improving the pet supplement industry, creating higher standards for products that hit the market. If your business wants to put out a new pet supplement product, it is important that you get the coveted NASC seal of approval. If your product gets approval from this organization, you will have a much easier time selling it once it goes onto the market.
It is highly recommended that you become a full-fledged NASC member so that the products that you release onto the market are backed by their seal of approval. You will need to agree to their specific quality standards though. There is an entire manual that lays out all of the standards you must abide by as a NASC member.
Any business that sells animal supplement products can benefit tremendously from being associated with the NASC. People tend to trust supplements that carry this organization’s seal of approval above all others, so you know that it will be a good thing for your products. This seal means that the product it is on can be trusted to help the customer’s pets.
If you want to get the NASC seal of approval for your animal supplement product, you might want to think about enlisting the help of a contract manufacturer. These professionals can ensure that your product meets the standards set forth by this organization. You will need a formula that adheres to all of the regulations, and the best way to do that is by contracting the manufacturing work to experienced professionals.
When you are trying to meet the standards of the NASC so your product can get approved, you will also have to make sure that its labels include any relevant warnings or cautions to consumers. This is something else that an experienced contract manufacturer can handle, so you will need to keep that in mind.
When you are having your latest pet supplement product manufactured, it’s important that you adhere to the quality standards of the National Animal Supplement Council. Getting this non-profit organization’s seal of approval can go a long way towards helping make your product more popular than you ever thought possible.