Thank you for your interest in Suzy Q's Pawfect Products LLC. Suzy Q's opened in 2006 as a pet sitting business, expanded into dog training in 2008, and then into retail pet products in 2012. In 2014 Suzy Q's Pawfect Products broke off from Suzy Qs Animal Services LLC. Suzy Q's has had a commercial pet feed license in Pennsylvania since 2007. Suzy Q's Pawfect Products are hand-made treats and are a PA Preferred Product.
The founder Andi Myers has extensive pet knowledge from the leading training schools and universities in the United States. Andi is an animal nutritionist; she earned a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science and a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Education from the University of Delaware and a Masters of Science from the University of Scranton. Visit our ingredients page to find out more information about our treats. Suzy Q's is registered with the Department of Agriculture and the FDA. Andi has completed the Food Safety Modernization Act required training. Andi is our facility's FSMA-PCQI.
We have a full line of pet foods, toys, treats and training aids.
Winter Store Hours:
Monday: 12 pm to 7 pm
Wednesday and Friday 10 am to 7 pm
Saturday: 10 am to 6pm
Sunday: 11 am to 6 pm
We offer Free Delivery to Southern York County: Order online at https://squareup.com/store/suzy-qs-pawfect-products-llc and pick up online or we will deliver.
The name Suzy Q's is from Andi's pygmy goat herd, which has been sold due to her illness. Her parents brought her first set of twin registered pygmy goats years ago while her father, Andrew, was fighting cancer at the time. Andrew’s nick name for Andi's mom, Suzanne, was Suzy Q and thus the name Suzy Q's was born. Andrew died from cancer in 2001.
In 2015 Andi was diagnosed with stage iv breast cancer at 34 years old. She has several undergone surgeries and treatments. Andi now has no evidence of active disease. Andi has returned to her life with dog training, pet sitting, baking, selling treats and running marathons. You can regularly see Andi at the Suzy Q's store, one of our market stands, with her dogs or pet pig Hewey.