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Events

Pet Wants Indy home events
  1. INDY MEGA ADOPTION

    June 23 @ 8:00 am - June 24 @ 6:00 pm
  2. Irvington Farmer’s Market

    July 8 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
  3. Irvington Farmer’s Market

    August 12 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Latest Blog

Fresh is the difference

Did you know that dry pet food loses nearly 10% of its vitamin effectiveness each month that it sits on the shelf? For some pet foods, it Continue Reading...

Shake off the winter- 3 Quick Spring 2018 dog care tips

It sure felt like a long winter, so get out there with your pets and enjoy! But, before you hit the door here are 3 quick tips. Continue Reading...

Testimonials

Pet Wants Indy Testimonial 3

My 4 dogs FAVORITE dog food! Finally found a brand they ALL love.

Bethany Phyne
Pet Wants Indy Testimonial 2

My pups love this food so much. We highly recommend.

Sarah HInes
Pet Wants Indy Testimonial 3

My dog loves this food. I have recommended this to others in the Indy area.

Kelsey
Pet Wants Indy Testimonial 4

Our dogs and cat LOVE Pet Wants and so do we! We have two Yorkies who are picky eaters and a stubborn cat and they all fell in love with the delicious food Pet Wants delivered. We’ve also tried the Lindy’s fresh baked treats and they are a HUGE hit. I thank my friend all the time for recommending Pet Wants to us. Our fur babies are happy and healthy, the service is amazing and affordable. I swear by it!!

Sarah
Pet Wants Indy Testimonial 5

My dogs eat and love this food and I trust this company and adore the folks behind it.. I wouldn’t say that unless I believed it.

Patty Spitler
Pet Wants Indy Testimonial 2

We have noticed an increase in energy with all three of our dogs since switching to Pet Wants food. WOW

Mike Underwood

What's Wrong with Name Brand Foods?

I will never deny that there are absolutely some great pet food products out there! However, most commercial pet food is manufactured in mass quantities and sent to a series of distribution warehouses before finally making it onto the shelf at your local store. There it sits…and waits…sometimes for up to 6-8 months before reaching the store’s shelves or being purchased. Like any food, pet food loses its nutritional value over time and what might have begun as a nutrient-dense diet may now be a diet that is low in nutrition which ultimately can lead to unnecessary sickness, skin problems, and even a shortened life.