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Events Petwants Denver
  1. Community Meet & Greet!

    March 1 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
  2. 24th Annual Maxfund Chili Cook-Off

    March 10 @ 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
  3. Lakewood Earth Day Celebration

    April 21 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

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The Proper Way to Greet a Dog

There are a lot of people who love dogs. For many people, it’s natural to want to interact with every dog they see. Although the Pet Wants Continue Reading...

What to Do If You Find a Stray Cat

Whether you live in an active neighborhood or on a property with quite a bit of unused space, there’s a good chance that you’ll encounter a stray Continue Reading...

5 Tips for Protecting Your Pet’s Paws

One of the many traits that makes Denver a great place to live is that we get to experience all four seasons. While the changing seasons are Continue Reading...


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Pet Wants has been the best decision we have made for our two German Shorthaired Pointers.  Their food is amazing, our dogs love it, and I cannot say that enough.  The food is made fresh and you can tell a difference, our pups can’t seem to get enough.  We personally love that we know the food is made fresh and with wonderful ingredients that will help our pups strive and help them to live a healthy life!  Pet Wants also has that personal touch, when you talk to Jess you can tell that she cares not just about selling dog food but about each pet as well!  We love that there is someone out there committed to giving our dogs the same care that we do!! Thank you Pet Wants and Jess

Patrick, Lexie, Remmi, and Dakota

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.