Primal Pet Foods
About This Class
Do you want to learn how to help your pets stay healthy and even become the best version of themselves through adding some fun fresh foods? If so, this class may be perfect for you!
Join members from Primal Pet Foods who will review the science behind what dogs and cats are designed to eat, what foods are safe to feed our pets and what products can be incorporated into every pet’s diet in a convenient way to elevate their health.
Meet the Experts
Emma Kumbier is the Veterinary Outreach Coordinator at Primal Pet Foods, where they strive to provide the highest quality, whole-food products for dogs & cats. Prior to her veterinary role, she was part of the Retail Training Team in the southeastern states, providing education to retail sales associates about raw & fresh food options for pets. She has been with Primal for almost 3 years and worked in pet retail for almost 5 years prior to that. Emma’s primary goal is to advocate for the addition of fresh foods for every pet and facilitate open communication between pet parents and their veterinarians regarding feed choices. When she’s not talking about pet food, you can find her and her dog, Scout, hiking, kayaking, and enjoying the great outdoors.
Jessica Aron is the Director of Internal and Retail Sales Training at Primal Pet Foods, where they strive to provide the highest quality, whole-food products for dogs & cats. She leads the Retail Training Team across North America who all work diligently to provide education to retail sales associates who can then inform consumers about the benefits of adding Primal to their pet’s bowl. She has been with Primal for almost 8 years and worked in pet retail for almost 4 years prior to that. Jessica’s true passion is to help provide happy moments between people and their companion animals through nutrition. She believes our dogs and cats give us some of the best reasons to smile throughout the day. Outside of her time at Primal, she can be found outdoors on adventures to new and beautiful places, usually with at least one of her dogs.
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