Native Texas Couple Launches Pet Wants of the Permian Basin

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The company sells high-quality pet food products both at their retail storefront at 3205 W. Cuthbert Avenue in Midland and through free, personal delivery to Midland, Odessa and the entire Permian Basin area.

Pennie and Marcus Taylor

We want the pets in our community to have healthier, happier lives and having the right nutrition is a big part of that. We’re looking forward to families giving our food and other products a shot – we are confident they’ll make a difference. - Marcus Taylor

Marcus and Pennie Taylor are pleased to announce the launch of their new business, Pet Wants of the Permian Basin. Pet Wants of the Permian Basin has a retail storefront at 3205 W. Cuthbert Avenue in Midland and offers free, personal delivery to Midland, Odessa and the entire Permian Basin area.

Pet Wants’ carefully developed proprietary pet food is slow-cooked in small batches with fresh, high-quality ingredients once per month, so every kibble is guaranteed to be fresh and packed with nutrition. Pet Wants of the Permian Basin offers multiple blends of dog and cat food as well as healing salve, calming balm, anti-itch spray, paw wax and more.

Marcus and Pennie are married with two children – a son and a daughter. Marcus was born and raised in the Permian Basin and he graduated from Permian High School and earned his bachelor’s degree at the University of Texas of the Permian Basin. Marcus spent six years in finance before he and Pennie decided it was time to pursue their dreams of owning a business.

“We had been thinking about owning a business and were doing our research when we came across Pet Wants. We love animals and Pet Wants provides the very best nutrition option. People have become more health conscious and are eating right – Pet Wants provides a convenient way to extend those efforts to their pets,” Marcus said. “We are also excited that Pet Wants gives us the opportunity to be more involved in the community we call home.”

In addition to being made fresh monthly, Pet Wants only sources the best salmon, chicken, lamb, brown rice and other ingredients available. There’s no sugar added, no fillers and no animal by-products and Pet Wants never uses corn, wheat, soy or dyes, which makes the food great for animals with allergies.

“We want the pets in our community to have healthier, happier lives and having the right nutrition is a big part of that. We’re looking forward to families giving our food and other products a shot – we are confident they’ll make a difference,” Marcus said.

Pet Wants of the Permian Basin’s retail is open Monday through Friday from 10am to 7pm, Saturday from 11am to 5pm, and Sunday from noon to 4pm. To learn more about Pet Wants, call (432)262-2216, email mtaylor@petwants.com or visit http://www.petwantspermianbasin.com.

About Pet Wants: Pet Wants was started by Michele Hobbs out of love for her pets and frustration. Veterinarians were unable to help relieve her dog’s painful skin allergies. After doing much research, Michele discovered the national dog food brand she trusted was not fresh, not all natural, and lacked sufficient nutrition and – when pet food sits in warehouses and store shelves for months and months – it loses even more nutritional value. She was committed to developing a better solution for all dogs and cats. Their food is exclusively crafted. It’s fresh, healthy and slow-cooked with no sugar added, no fillers and no animal by-products. They source only the best salmon, chicken, lamb, brown rice, and other ingredients. Fresh ingredients make for better food… and better health for pets. And since they never use corn, wheat, soy or dyes, the common pet health problems associated with these ingredients are no longer worries. Their fresh food is conveniently delivered to the customer within weeks of production, not months. Roughly half of Pet Wants products are sold through their store and half through their convenient, home-delivery program. You can learn more at http://www.PetWants.com.

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