The latest accounts for the Lancashire company, which show results in the 12 months leading up to 31 December 2017, show a significant rise in sales as it sees pre-tax profits rise from £1.8 to £1.99m.
Turnover was up by 18 percent according to earlier year on year figures from £37.8 to £44.6 million, with growth across all divisions.
Tony Raeburn, CEO of Pets Choice said: “The strong performance demonstrates our strategy for the company is proving successful and the continued sales growth across our brands has helped to offset the major impact that Brexit has had on currency.
We look forward to the continued development of the business during the year ahead.”
The increasing sales figures have led to the company confirming that they will be making improvements to their current production facilities.