Mark Collins, owner of Homeward Bound in Chilliwack, says their top-quality kibble is their most important selling point for pet owners, but the convenience of home delivery really sets them apart.

Chilliwack service brings premium pet food right to your door

Homeward Bound kibble is made in BC from locally-sourced ingredients

If you’re a pet owner, you know what a hassle and inconvenience shopping for pet food can be. Driving, parking, and running into a pet store just to get that one bulky bag – it’s not the best use of your time and energy.

Homeward Bound Pet Food Delivery changes all that, so you can sit and stay. They offer high-quality food for cats and dogs, and they definitely come when they’re called.

Mark Collins owns Homeward Bound’s Chilliwack franchise. He says their top-quality kibble is their most important selling point, but the convenience of home delivery is what really sets them apart.

“Our kibble is a local product – it’s produced in Abbotsford and it’s made with B.C. ingredients,” he says. “A Homeward Bound diet is nutritionally balanced, grain-free, easily digestible, health conscious and delicious! Our manufacturer operates a leading-edge facility, and has earned the pet industry’s highest accreditation for food handling, storage, processing and inspection.”

Vital nutrition for your pet

Homeward Bound pet food contains no by-products, no corn, wheat, soy or gluten. Their promise is that every item on the ingredients list plays a vital role in maintaining a healthy, active lifestyle for your furry friends. The kibble is packed with Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids which keep the skin and coat soft and shiny; calcium and phosphorous to strengthen teeth and bones; high-quality chicken protein that promotes powerful healthy muscles; and antioxidants from locally-grown apples, blueberries, carrots, spinach, broccoli and sweet potatoes to enhance the immune system.

Delivered to your door

Mark brings it all right to your door, saving you the hassle of heavy bags, packed parking lots and lost time. “You never have to run out of pet food again,” he says.

Homeward Bound Kibble comes in 25-pound bags for dogs, and 5-pound bags for dogs and cats. Mark says his satisfied customers include pets and owners alike.

“We know that customers across all demographics are crazy in love with their pets,” he says. “They only want the best for their ‘fur baby’ dogs and cats. And they want to spend more time together. Home-delivered pet food means one less errand, and more time for play and exercise.”

Mark offers personal service that a chain store just can’t match. He also offers an e-transfer payment option for quick and easy transactions.

And he says if Homeward Bound Premium Kibble doesn’t work for your pet, you can return it for a full refund.

Mark and Homeward Bound can be reached via phone or text at 604-991-7387. You can also order online on Facebook, or email him at!

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Produced in Abbotsford and made with B.C. ingredients, Homeward Bound kibble is nutritionally balanced, grain-free, easily digestible, health conscious and delicious!

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