In 2016, pet food company Petco got its start with a vending machine at the company’s Petco Mart in New York City.

Since then, the company has expanded its reach to the U.S., Europe, Canada, Japan and Australia.

As of this writing, the Petco Food Co-Op has a total of 2,974 pet food dispensers across the U, Canada and Australia, according to Petco’s website.

But some companies have been less successful in the pet food aisle.

For instance, Petco, along with its sister company PetSmart, has not been able to keep up with the rapidly expanding market.

According to a report from Bloomberg, PetSmart is the only food retailer in the U and Canada that has yet to hit the $1 billion mark in annual revenue, and its annual revenue is expected to decline over the next three years.

In other words, PetCo has been struggling to catch up.

Read more:Petco said in a statement that it is not a food company.

It does not sell food or provide pet food services to pet owners.

Petco does not have any direct relationship with pet food manufacturers or distributors.

Petco spokesman Joe Lutz said the company “is continuing to explore ways to expand its pet food sales footprint.”

The company is looking to expand into pet food and pharmacy, and will consider new markets for pet food distribution, he added.