Goodness Gracious partners with veterinarians to distribute holistic pet nutrition

MARBLEHEAD, MASS. and SHELBURNE, VT. — Goodness Gracious, a human food manufacturer, has partnered with A Time to Heal to distribute human-grade dog food to veterinarians throughout the United States, starting July 12.

The newly formed partnership will bring Goodness Gracious’ “gently cooked,” complete-and-balanced dog food formulas to A Time to Heal’s community of veterinarians. Crafted in small batches, the company’s pet food is high in protein and low in starch.

“Goodness Gracious is committed to exceptional nutrition, ethical sourcing, a greener planet, and a diverse workplace,” said Amy Renz, chief executive officer of Goodness Gracious. “We are honored to be partnered with A Time to Heal and their veterinary community. Having our recipes embraced by integrative veterinarians as the gold standard and seeing first-hand the health improvements these species appropriate formulations make energizes us.”

Goodness Gracious’ pet foods are formulated with expertise from Veterinarian Nathan Heilman, co-owner and consulting veterinarian at A Time to Heal. According to Heilman, the dog food formulas have aided several veterinary patients.

“Our ingredients include ethically-sourced proteins, anti-inflammatory non-GMO vegetables, and heathy fats to achieve diets with low glycemic loads, good Omega-3 fatty acid balances, reduced sodium levels, and antioxidant richness,” Renz said.

Currently, Goodness Gracious’ complete-and-balanced, fresh/frozen dog food is available in four varieties: Chicken, Turkey, Pork & Salmon, and Beef. The company also offers a variety of other pet food products, including jerky treats, chews and toppers.

A Time to Heal provides veterinarians with a toolkit of herbs, medical supplies and holistic medical education to aid in the treatment of pets. The company believes that holistic pet nutrition can offer medical benefits to support overall health and wellness. According to the company, Goodness Gracious’ pet food complements its holistic approach to pet health.

“Practicing holistic medicine without excellent nutrition in place is like sailing into a strong headwind, ” said Thérèse Fafard, chief executive officer of A Time to Heal. “By distributing Goodness Gracious’ human grade dog food to veterinarians, we are providing doctors a foundation upon which to heal and prevent a wide array of canine disorders.”

Goodness Gracious will drop-ship its frozen pet food formulas directly to veterinarians and their clients in compostable, insulated boxes to cut down on carbon emissions and packaging waste.

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