Our Rescued Pets
Pets aren’t just in our job descriptions, they’re also in our families.We simply couldn’t do without their unique personalities and hilarious antics in our lives! Many of them are from rescues and shelters around the U.S. Here’s the rundown on a few of our rescued BFFs (best furry friends).
Jinx – “The Goofball”Mom: Sheila Hamlett, Safety Director Home: Ottertail, MN Rescued from: Caring Hearts Rescue of Perham, MN Fave NutriSource formula: Pure Vita Salmon and Peas Best known for: Running zoomies around the house without chasing or being chased by anyone, carrying his toy mouse around the house like a lion pup, and meowing like he’s asking a question. Jinxy cat, we love that you think we have all the answers.
Lulu – “The Original Roomba”Dad: Colin Redding, Territory Sales Manager Home: Kula, HI Rescued from: Arizona Humane Society Fave NutriSource formula: All of them. Fur real. Best known for: Keeping the floors so clean you could eat off of ‘em (because she already did), sunbathing on her back in 100-degree heat, snuggling with her hoomans at every opportunity, and greeting the neighborhood cows, who she thinks are gigantic doggos. Lulu, you can Roomba our houses anytime.
Paige Madison – “The Attention Diva”Dad: Roger Harvey, Territory Sales Representative Home: Holtwood, PA Rescued from: Delaware Valley Golden Retriever Rescue Fave NutriSource formula: Pure Vita Venison and NutriSource Beef and Rice Best known for: Sitting like a human on chairs and sofas, listening worse than a teenager, and checking on her paw-rents to make sure they’re really asleep before she hits the hay. They have a sneaking suspicion she is actually an animagus.
Annie, alias Nanners – “The Sassy Pants”
Dad: Jonnie Schmitz, Business Development Manager
Home: Perham, MN
Rescued from: Homeward Bound Dog Rescue
Fave NutriSource formula: NutriSource Adult Chicken and Rice Best known for: Inserting herself and her houndy opinions into every conversation, curling up next to her fur siblings, snuggling with her humans on the couch, warming her cold nose under the covers, and autographing the windows with her nose marks until someone lets her outside.