Our story
We’re an Australian-based, family owned company dedicated to developing, manufacturing, and distributing exceptional animal grooming and health products for pets and pet lovers around the world.

The majority of our products are manufactured in Australia, using the strictest standards of quality and safety. Our pet care products are made in the medical-grade, world-class facility we share with our parent company, Mavlab.

We’re so proud that our products can be found in 24 countries and regions around the world, so that all pet parents can give their pets the best care possible.
Our ingredients
Our scientifically formulated line of pet care products feature a proprietary blend of wild harvested botanical ingredients from Australia’s indigenous communities. Scroll to learn more about each ingredient.

Lily pilly

The riberry or lilly pilly is a small, bright red, pear shaped fruit with a strong tart and spicy flavour that hints of cloves and cinnamon. Riberry has high levels of anthocyanins, antioxidants, folate and are a good source of calcium.

Rich in vitamin A,C and E
Great source of antioxidants, amino acids and anthocyanins

High astringent content


Has UV protective properties

Vitamins A and C

Rich in amino acids

Davidson’s Plum

With their low sugar content and tart acidic flavour, Davidson plums are not commonly eaten fresh. This, however, makes them perfect for use in jams, chutneys, and sauces.

Rich in anthocyanins, they also have higher antioxidant capacity than blueberries and contain vitamin E, lutein, folate, zinc, magnesium, and calcium. The skin in particular contains the richest source of nutrients.

Manuka Honey

Manuka honey is used as a natural ointment for wounds of all kinds.

It has been hailed as a go-to germ fighter in an age of resistance to conventional antibiotics.

It’s the product of the New Zealand scrub plant that gives it its name. When bees pollinate from this plant, their honey is more potent than standard honey bee honey. This is because it has a higher concentration of methylglyoxal (MGO).

Kakadu Plum

The Kakadu plum has been found to have the highest quantity of vitamin C compared to any other fruit – reportedly 100 times greater than oranges!

Pale olive-green in colour, the fruit has five times greater antioxidant capacity than blueberries, also containing vitamin E, folate, zinc, magnesium, and calcium.


Also known as the desert peach, the quandong has a yellow to red, dry-textured fruit with tart, slightly sour and salty flavour.

They are rich in antioxidants, contain high levels of folate and Vitamin E and are a good source of magnesium, calcium, zinc, and iron. The fruit is often sun dried, used in jams, sauces, juices or desserts.s