About Pet Me Happy
We’re pet-loving pet parents who created all-natural Artisan Dog Treats with Oregon Blueberries in our own kitchen at home because we didn’t want to give our pets commercial treats loaded with additives and preservatives.
We soon discovered that most other pet parents are also fed up with the harmful preservatives infesting their pet treats and want all-natural treats for their dogs and cats.
After their pups tried our first batches of treats and loved them, our neighbors, friends, family, colleagues – everyone encouraged us to share our treats with other pet parents everywhere.
We found the perfect artisan baker who wouldn’t compromise our all-natural, made-in-the-USA recipe. So we ordered our first batch of Artisan Dog Treats with Oregon Blueberries and opened our own online store at PetMeHappy.com.
We then introduced Artisan Dog Treats in 2016 at big Santa Clarita events like the KHTS Home & Garden Show, Bark for Life, the Bow-Wows & Meows Pet Fair, Casket Lake, Winterfest and more.
With the support of our early customers online and at events like those, we’ve also started selling our treats through Santa Clarita-area pet stores and veterinarians.
Like most pet parents, we think our fur babies are as precious as our human kids. Our pets love and trust us unconditionally, but unhealthy off-the-shelf treats betray that trust. They deserve nothing but the best care and love from us in return.
We feel the same way about our friends’ and families’ pets, and now our customers’ pets.
Pet Me Happy’s Premiere Product
Artisan Dog Treats with Oregon Blueberries
We formulated our Artisan Dog Treats with Oregon Blueberries to be so healthy, we could eat them, too – and we do (with a little milk)!
Our Artisan Dog Treats are made from our own proprietary recipe which contains 10 all-natural ingredients exclusively for Pet Me Happy pets. These ingredients are sourced from the U.S.A. and baked by an artisan bakery in Los Angeles County.
Starting with the very first batch we baked in our own kitchen, we took more than six months to test, refine and perfect the recipe. Our artisan-baked treats retain the same simple, all-natural wholesomeness as that first batch.
Pet Me Happy’s Artisan Dog Treats with Oregon Blueberries are canine taste-tested and approved. Dogs love the flavor of blueberries, which also provide antioxidant benefits (read lots more about that).
The green tea and chamomile help keep dogs calm, which makes our treats especially good for active dogs, and great for training as rewards for good learning.
The Vitamin E helps ease discomfort from posterior joint pain, especially in senior dogs. As a side benefit, Vitamin E helps our treats stay fresher, longer.
Even better, Artisan Dog Treats with Oregon Blueberries are safe for dogs with sensitive digestive systems (read: no farts!).
Blueberry is the first flavor in a complete line of all-natural Artisan Dog Treats that Pet Me Happy will roll out to your furry friend soon.
What flavor would your dog like us to add to our irresistible selection of treats? We invite you to throw us a bone and let us know!
About Pet Me Happy’s Pet-Crazy Founders
The humans behind Pet Me Happy are life-long pet parents with a passion for animals and are advocates of animal welfare and pet adoption.
Stephen K. Peeples, a Grammy-nominated producer and longtime Santa Clarita journalist, co-founded Pet Me Happy in summer 2015 with Nadine A. Peeples, his wife and best friend for over 35 years, and partner Paige Hagen, Stephen’s longtime associate producer for print, radio and website projects.
They’ve been life-long pet parents and share a deep passion for animals and animal welfare.
Pet Me Happy has a pair of official four-legged mascots.
Feline Mascot: Batman, a 13-year-old mackerel tabby who thinks he’s human and is upset we call our treats “dog treats” when he enjoys them, too.
Stephen and Nadine’s daughter, Veronica, named Batman because as a kitten his ears stuck straight up like Batman’s cowl.
“Batman follows us around like a puppy, and we carry on long conversations,” Nadine said. “He’s so beautiful – his markings are perfect.”
“You can set your watch by Batman’s routine,” Stephen said. “He lets us know when it’s his 5:30 dinnertime, and when it’s time for us to hit the sack at 10:30. He’s hilarious, even better than watching the tube.”
Canine Mascot: Lennon is an 8-1/2-year-old chihuahua-terrier mix who is playful but perfectly behaved, and loves Artisan Dog Treats with Oregon Blueberries.
Fortunately, Batman gets along fine with Lennon, who was an inmate at L.A. County’s Baldwin Park animal shelter for almost two months before Stephen and Nadine adopted him. That was at the 2016 Bow-Wows & Meows Pet Fair on October 9, John Lennon’s birthday.
“Lennon is a character and a half, and a riot, just like Batman,” Stephen said. “He loves playing catch, has a few doggie girlfriends on our block, and everyone who meets him loves him. We spoil him rotten to make up for whatever trauma he went through at the shelter, and he’s now a very happy and grateful dog.”
Stephen said the Pet Me Happy founders have all been lucky to have had wonderful pets all their lives – dogs and cats, mainly.
“We know how special the bond is between us and our pets,” Stephen said. “The sheer joy of experiencing and sharing that bond with pet parents everywhere is Pet Me Happy’s mission.”
“We thank you for visiting Pet Me Happy and invite you to shop for your pets now,” Nadine said. “Try our treats – your dog will love ‘em!”
If you’re like Stephen, Nadine and Paige, you’ll settle for no less than the best for your pets.
It’s the Pet Me Happy way!
Join the Pet Me Happy Menagerie
“We’ll throw you the first tennis ball containing our special deals when you sign up for the Pet Me Happy newsletter and join our little menagerie of pets and their parents,” Stephen said. “And we always welcome your comments and ideas. We take your feedback very seriously – we know pets all over are counting on it. You can contact us here.”
“We present lots of helpful information about dogs and cats, including health and training tips from the pros, on our website and on the official Pet Me Happy Facebook page,” Nadine said. “So we invite you to join us in the Pet Me Happy menagerie. Just visit our site, and click ‘like’ and ‘get notifications’ on our Facebook page.”
About Pet Me Happy