OUR STORY…

con·di·ment /ˈkändəmənt/

A condiment is a spice, sauce, or preparation that is added to food to impart a specific flavor, to enhance the flavor, or to complement the dish.


Humans have used condiments to make food tastier since the beginning of culinary history. Everything from fries to burgers to dogs… umm, hot dogs that is… taste better with the zest of a condiment.

Why not give your dog(s) the same benefit by adding a tasty , and healthy, treat to their food? Let’s face it, if you had to eat dry old kibble every day, you’d want something to make it taste better too!

Petchup® nutritional condiments for dogs were created to offer a flavorful addition to dry food while providing a nice portion of easily digestible vitamins, minerals, glucosamine and omegas to your pets’ diet. Petchup® condiments provide a delicious boost to your dog’s meals.

Petchup® is made from the finest food-grade (human safe) ingredients available.  We wouldn't put something in your dog’s mouth we are not willing to put in our own. We are committed to an intelligent approach to your dog’s nutritional well-being. This assures you the best dog food condiment available. So, pour it on, stand back and watch your dog eat to the last crumb!

IN THE COMMUNITY…
Besides working to give our dogs a happier, healthier life through our product, we are also involved in the well-being and care of animals in our communities. We regularly give time, profits and/or product to local shelters and other organizations that care for our furry friends. We also use the power of social media to help spread the word about cats or dogs that just need a good home.

We believe that pets are a crucial part of our happy lives, so it’s important to do all we can to make sure they are well cared for. Below is a partial list of the organizations we work with. Please take time to inform yourself of these partners and give if you can.

Colorado Pet Pantry

Humane Society of Aurora

Humane Society of Boulder Valley

Humane Society of Longmont

Max Fund Animal Shelter

Dallas ASPCA

Newest Pet Caring Leagues and Shelters