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BarkerFun Announces Zilla

Durable, sustainable pet product provides long term enrichment for dogs and cats in kennels and crates.





(PRESS RELEASE) The innovative Zilla kennel clamp kit offers kennels, doggy day care and rescue facilities a safe, effective, low cost way to keep dogs occupied with their favorite food. No Mess, No Ants, and No Resource Guarding.

BarkerFun announced the Zilla kennel clamp kit — an elegant and safe solution to hold dog or cat food off the ground.

Holding a frozen treat off the ground allows for no mess, no ants, and no resource guarding. The Zilla food dispenser is made of durable extreme natural rubber. Designed for kennels and crates to provide long term enrichment in shelters or at home.

“Zilla kennel clamp kit is a safe and effective way to allow dogs to work at eating their favorite food, peanut butter, or treat” says Susan Mravca, co-Founder. “Doggy day care and kennels can offer a Zilla treat as an additional service to calm pets while in their care.”


The clamp is easy to install, constructed from stainless steel and the Zilla food dispenser is made of extreme, durable, natural rubber. Suitable for both indoor and outdoor use, it is safe to use in home crates as well as commercial operations. The Zilla food dispenser also fits in the Treat Clincher.


Invented by the sister and brother team of Susan and James Mravca, the Zilla kennel clamp kit extends an already popular brand by BarkerFun. Their first product, the award-winning Treat Clincher holds bully sticks, bones, and other hard slobbery treats off the ground. All BarkerFun products are developed with durability and sustainability in mind. No plastic. No toxins.

About BarkerFun

BarkerFun is building lifetime dog accessories. The Zilla kennel clamp kit follows the Treat Clincher, both pet treat holders made to safely hold a variety of treats off the ground. Learn more at BarkerFun is very proud to join design giants such as Oxo, Ferrari, and Google as a Good Design Award winner in 2021 for their first product the Treat Clincher.



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