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Barking Up the Right Tree => How PetFlow Went From Zero to $50 Million in 3 Years
PetFlow.com Continues Dominant Rise to Become Highest-Trafficked Online Pet Property in North America
PetFlow.com Teams Up with HB's "Care for Packages" to Help Hero Dogs Serving in the Military
PetFlow.com and Its Customers Help Bring Aid to Families and Pets of Moore Oklahoma
PetFlow.com and PetFoodStamps.org Partner to Save the Lives of Animals in Need
Petflow.com Named by Forbes One of ''America's Most Promising Companies''
Petflow.com Ranked #1 in Social Commerce of e-Retailers Nationwide
70pc of consumers seek new products from Facebook friends, not brands => study
PetFlow.com Fulfills More Than $2.5 Million in Petfood and Supply Orders During the Month of July
Startup PetFlow.com Crushes the Competition and Big Brand Retailers on Facebook
PetFlow.com Ships More Than One Million Pounds of Pet Food in January, 2012
PetFlow.com => Customer Focus, Business Savvy Drives Success
PetFlow.com Cuts Ribbon on Its New Warehouse, Built to Keep up with Rapidly Growing Customer Demand
Pet-food seller gets $10M to prove business model still has some tricks
Petflow Raises $10 Million in Series B Round of Financing Led by Lightspeed Venture Partners
Petflow vs. PetSmart. Can a web startup take on brick-and-mortar pet food retailers?
...But fortunately, with just a click of the mouse, auto ship, a terrific home delivery service, is available and constantly maintains a stock of our pet's favorite products...
The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW; www.ifaw.org) has partnered with online pet food retailer PetFlow.com for an exciting new offer. For every new customer that signs up and creates a food-delivery schedule, PetFlow.com will donate $40 to IFAW...
Picture this. You live in a fifth-floor walk-up in a big city. You don't have a car. It's a cold, wet day and you realize your dog is nearly out of food, leaving you with no choice but to trudge to the nearest store and pick up a bag. Lugging home 40 lbs. of dog food presents a physical challenge in addition to an inconvenience, but you love your pet and you do what you have to do...
Why should you be the only one that gets tasty food delivered to your gullet? Look into your dog and cat's precious little eyes! Shouldn't they also partake in the convenience? That's where PetFlow comes in...
The one thing that sucks is going to Sam's Club once a month to get those giant bags of 50 lb dog food. You pet owners know what I'm talkin' bout. They are too heavy for the nanny or my wife to get and I'm busy (and lazy)...
One of my current clients (full disclosure), PetFlow, was started by the founders of a former client, the performance marketing firm (Epic Advertising/The Epic Media Group). They founded their auto-petfood-delivery company on the base concept that I think retailers need to understand...
PetFlow.com, a pet food delivery company, is another company that is experimenting with delivery to make their niche business work. They've styled their business as a sort of subscription service that lets you get your pet food auto-delivered to your house at a pre-set schedule...
This Isn't Pets.com => PetFlow Scores $5M for Automatic Pet Food Delivery
Petflow, a just launched startup, has raised $5 million from Westwood Ventures, to try their hand at this as well. Like Alice.com, Petflow is designed primarily to get people set up with the food they want and then have it delivered on a regular schedule automatically. Their prices are competitive based on a quick comparison of Eukanuba dog food. And shipping is a flat $5 on orders over $20, which is lower than anyone else that I can find...