It’s just in time for SuperZoo.
(Press Release) NEW YORK – A Pet with Paws, a manufacturer of pet carriers and accessories, has rebranded and is unveiling its newly designed website just in time for SuperZoo in Las Vegas. The rebranding includes a new logo and a relaunch of the company's e-commerce website.
"More than ever, pet consumers are choosing higher quality products that are also safe and sustainable for the planet," said company founder Ann Greenberg. "We have done a phenomenal job creating a unique company that provides just that and more and now we are ready to take A Pet with Paws to the next level."
Greenberg added, "I believe our new logo and revised website will better communicate our mission and our holistic approach in developing our products. All of A Pet with Paws' products, whether it’s our flagship pet carrier, training bag, backpack, poop bag pouch or wristlet, merge chic contemporary and functional design with thoughtful, eco-friendly and cruelty-free materials, filling the void of sophisticated and stylish pet products that are also safe and comfortable for the pet. Plus, the added bonus of being vegan contributes to preserving the environment and gives pet owners the opportunity to promote a more sustainable lifestyle."
The new brand identity for A Pet with Paws includes a revision of the logo, which conveys the company’s strong, unique value proposition; and the redesigned website incorporates the look and feel of the new A Pet with Paws brand, exuding a sophisticated lifestyle appearance. This user-friendly e-commerce site continues to offer quick and easy access to essential information about their brand, products, media appearances, pricing, wholesale opportunities and more.
Learn more about A Pet with Paws at http://apetwithpaws.com/.
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