The story behind the Guardian Angel Litter™ www.guardianlitter.com and Unconditional Cat Litter™ www.unconditionalcatlitter.com product line is not unlike the story behind the start of Guardian Horse Bedding™. Guardian Horse Bedding™ is one of a few national brands of premium large animal shavings and pellets and one of the brands under the Equustock, LLC umbrella, a privately held company.
With 10 manufacturing plants in the United States, Equustock is considered an expert in the field of processing pine for animal bedding and litter use. Our expertise has brought new standards to the industry through process, equipment, packaging and shipping research and development. Equustock has developed a proprietary process called UHCBS³ Technology which is responsible for the superior attributes of their 100% natural line of cat and small animal litter and bedding.
If you are looking for Equustock's proprietary and trademarked "Pine Cobble" you can find it packaged for carefully selected private label customers. Just search "Pine Cobble Cat Litter" and you'll find those convenient brands as well.
If you are looking for a manufacturing partner to produce your natural cat litter products, please contact us at 1-866-962-4686.
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Superior Clumping & Odor Control through our Enhanced Botanical Bio-Filters. Finally, a clumping pine that is truly 100% natural. Our proprietary soft clumping formula works without chemicals producing a safe, superior litter with greater odor control.
Available in 3 sizes: 7lbs, 14lbs & 28lbs bags
What is it about our clumping pine?
First, throw away your concept of clumping litter - put an end to the nasty, hard clumps in the clay box.
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Guardian’s 100% pine cobble is a precision screened fiber that, like our pellets, is high heat treated in a process that heats the wood fiber to levels of pasteurization. Our goal is to provide you with the safest, cleanest, incredibly absorbent litter of the highest quality for your pet.
What does this mean?
Pine Pellets™—Our 100% pine pellet is achieved through an extrusion process that heats the wood fiber to levels of pasteurization.
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