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Whole Life Pet Products


Convertible Note | Alive

Total Raised


Last Raised

$300K | 5 yrs ago



About Whole Life Pet Products

Fran Company, dba Whole Life Pet Products, makes healthy, safe, and great tasting single ingredient pure protein pet treats. The company hand picks top USA farmers, ranchers and fisherman all from the human food industry to ensure the highest quality, freshest, fanatically delicious treats ever.

Headquarters Location

1520 East Street

Pittsfield, Massachusetts, 01201,

United States


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Expert Collections containing Whole Life Pet Products

Expert Collections are analyst-curated lists that highlight the companies you need to know in the most important technology spaces.

Whole Life Pet Products is included in 2 Expert Collections, including Household Essentials & Pet.


Household Essentials & Pet

260 items

This collection includes companies developing household essentials- and pet-related products, including household cleaners, laundry detergents, paper goods, and pet food and accessories.


Pet Technologies

731 items

This collection includes startups that make pet food, treats, and accessories, pet-focused retailers, and pet services like dog walking marketplaces and vet clinics.

Latest Whole Life Pet Products News

Desarrollo incubator bought by San Fran company

Jul 14, 2015

The Pitch: ShootersRev uses new technology to teach basketball No other information was released on what the acquisition will entail, other than saying Paperclip will now have a presence in Arizona, San Francisco and Las Vegas. “At this time, PCV will not be making any additional public announcements,” said Paperclip’s Kim Stacey in an email. “(Desarrollo founder) David Rice , has joined PCV as a managing partner and we are committed to Desarrollo’s current portfolio companies and projects like Code Ninja and Coplex.” Coplex is an interactive agency that focuses on collaborative design and development. Code Ninja is a software engineering program in Arizona, Nevada and soon to launch in Mexico City. Desarrollo’s last move in July 2014 was in Tempe to take over Terralever’s old office on Mill Avenue. The plan then was to hire interns, open a tech center and continue its Alchemy Lab software development school and Phoenix Flight startup program. However, in a January email, Rice said he planned to refocus Desarrollo (the Spanish word for development) after the startups he worked with were not being supported in the community because of their association with Desarrollo. He said his programs were seen as competition. “The politics and behind-the-back dealings in this state is very unproductive and ultimately holding Arizona back,” Rice said in the email. “Desarrollo was never meant to be ‘The One’ or my personal legacy, it was only for supporting Arizona.” Rice said then he planned to only support current and future initiatives by others with his Desarrollo Foundation. “From the start, I made a five-year commitment to help develop Arizona into a premier destination for entrepreneurs,” Rice said in the email. “I will continue this commitment, but in a much less public way and getting back to having fun.” Rice thanked Infusionsoft and its CEO Clate Mask for their support. “They remind me so much of the old Insight days and what it truly means to cultivate the entrepreneur spirit,” said Rice in the email, who formerly worked for Insight Enterprises (Nasdaq: NSIT) in Tempe. Desarrollo launched first inside Infusionsoft’s Chandler headquarters in August 2013. It then moved briefly into a shared space in Phoenix with MobiSquad until lease negotiations caused problems. Rice said he had his first startup at 16 years old, and bought and sold his first company at 18. He started an IT services company in 2002 and sold it in 2009, according to his online profile on AngelList. Want Phoenix Technology news in your inbox? Sign up for our free email newsletters. Industries

Whole Life Pet Products Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Whole Life Pet Products's headquarters?

    Whole Life Pet Products's headquarters is located at 1520 East Street, Pittsfield.

  • What is Whole Life Pet Products's latest funding round?

    Whole Life Pet Products's latest funding round is Convertible Note.

  • How much did Whole Life Pet Products raise?

    Whole Life Pet Products raised a total of $890K.

  • Who are the investors of Whole Life Pet Products?

    Investors of Whole Life Pet Products include CircleUp.

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