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Hartz products keep pets happy, healthy, and thriving. Find quality, affordable supplies for dogs, cats, birds, small animals, reptiles, and fish.


Headquarters: Hartz Mountain Industries, Inc. - 400 Plaza Drive - P.O. Box 1515 - Secaucus NJ 07096-1515


Hartz Mountain Industries (HMI) is a private family-owned and -operated company known for its real estate holdings in the New York/New Jersey Metropolitan Area. Its former parent Hartz Mountain Corporation (of pet products fame), was founded by businessmen Max Stern and Gustav Stern. Leonard N. Stern is owner, Chairman, and CEO.


The Harz offers a range of climbing areas like, the Oker valley, with its rock outcrops (Klippen); the Adlerklippen being especially popular. The Harz has also developed in recent years into a popular mountain bike region, with 62 signed mountain bike routes and four bike parks with lift facilities in Braunlage, Hahnenklee, Schulenberg and Thale.


Hartz has a comprehensive line of products for dog and information about dog health, nutrition, and training your cat. It is an award-winning product


Hartz is always developing and applying new ideas and technologies to give you and your pet the finest quality pet supplies. Your pet deserves a healthier, happier, and longer life, and Hartz wants to make that possible. Since 1926, Hartz has specialized in providing the finest quality food for pets of all furs and feathers.


4 reviews of Hartz Mountain Corporation "Horrible ! Ultra-guard flea and tick prevention. Your animal would be better off if it drank a bowl full of raid! I kid you not. The most horrific, toxic and deadly substance ever administered to an animal.…


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Headquarters. Hartz Mountain Industries, Inc. 400 Plaza Drive, P.O. Box 1515 Secaucus, New Jersey 07096-1515. 201-348-1200-Phone 201-348-4358-Fax


Hartz Mountain Industries is moving forward with plans to redevelop the previous Newsday headquarters. In this $190 million project, Hartz plans to demolish the site’s existing 414,000 square ...