Press Releases Blue Dog Bakery Proves There’s More Bite to Their Bark With New Executive Hire, Product and Packaging Innovation Published 2 years ago on June 13, 2018 By PETS+ Staff Share Tweet (PRESS RELEASE) SEATTLE (Jun. 5, 2018) – Blue Dog Bakery, maker of all-natural premium dog treats, celebrates its 20-year anniversarywith a reveal of their new line of premium meat snacksand exciting growth in their executive team. The new Chicken Sticks and Chicken Bites along with redesigned packaging for Beef Sticks and Beef Bites give pet parents more options to treat their dogs with pure protein. The meat snacks are made with USA Premium Beef or Chicken, containing no common fillers (such as wheat, corn or soy) and are free of artificial ingredients and animal by-products. The new packaging is created with transparency and sustainability in mind by reducing packaging waste and including a see-through pane, allowing consumers to view the treats before purchasing. Blue Dog Bakery has a longstanding commitment to creating all-natural, healthy dog treats made in the USA and the new meat snacks are an extension to their line of rewarding treats. As for growth in the company, Blue Dog Bakery hired on Jean Lizotteas Vice President of Marketing. Jean brings over 20 years of marketing and brand strategy experience as well as a strong track record of growing small to mid-sized natural brands. Prior to joining Blue Dog Bakery, Jean was the Vice President of Brand at MegaFood where she created growth through break out branding and corporate strategy. Her passion for natural small to mid-sized companies brought her to Blue Dog Bakery where she will help tell the brand’s unique story through consumer insight work, product innovation and brand development. “Blue Dog Bakery’s history and commitments align with the values I recognize in a successful brand,” said Jean Lizotte, Vice President of Marketing at Blue Dog Bakery. “I’m excited to join a team that challenges itself and the brand at every touch point.” Blue Dog Bakery will be exhibiting at one of North America’s most attended pet industry events, SuperZoo on June 26-28, 2018 in Las Vegas at booth #1035. The new meat snacks will be on display at the booth and in the New Product Showcase. Jean will also be onsite at SuperZoo to discuss the new meat snacks, packaging design and product differentiators. About Blue Dog Bakery Advertisement Headquartered in Seattle, Wash., Blue Dog Bakerywas founded in 1998. As the first all-natural dog treat in the traditional grocery market, it has grown to become one of the nation’s top selling natural dog treat brands. Blue Dog Bakery is always committed to making healthy treats readily available for every pet parent in America– because all dogs deserve a rewarding treat. As Blue Dog Bakery has grown, it has remained devoted to creating all-natural dog treats made in the U.S.A. with noanimal by-products, noartificial flavors or colors, and noartificial preservatives. For more information on Blue Dog Bakery, visit bluedogbakery.com. Related Topics: click to Comment(Comment) Advertisement You may like Promoted Headlines Category Spotlight: Terry Naturally Animal Health Category Spotlight: eTailPet Are You Ready For Adventures Beyond The Backyard? Tall Tails Advertisement Latest Trending Videos Columns1 day ago 4 Tips for Negotiating the Best Lease for Your Pet Business Photo Gallery1 day ago New Edibles for Cats, Vegan Bars for Dogs and Toys for the Holidays [GALLERY] True Tales2 days ago Employees: Leave Your Pot at Home to Keep Your Job True Tales2 days ago Employees: Leave Your Pot at Home to Keep Your Job Columns7 days ago How Beer Helped Me Promote My Pet Business Columns6 days ago 3 Things Customers Want and Need from Pet Businesses America's Coolest2 weeks ago Video: Take a Tour of Bark Life in Seminole, FL Trace's Store School2 weeks ago Video: Learn How to Do Holiday on a Budget at Trace’s Store School America's Coolest3 weeks ago Video: Take a Tour of Four Muddy Paws in St. Louis Advertisement SubscribeBULLETINS Get the most important newsand business ideas from PETS+. Advertisement Most Popular True Tales2 days ago Employees: Leave Your Pot at Home to Keep Your Job Columns7 days ago How Beer Helped Me Promote My Pet Business Columns6 days ago 3 Things Customers Want and Need from Pet Businesses Columns1 week ago 5 Consumer Behavior Trends Reshaping Holiday Shopping Candace D'Agnolo1 week ago Complete These 7 Important Tasks at Your Pet Business Before the End of 2020 Headlines6 days ago Yelp to Flag Businesses Accused of Racism With ‘Consumer Alerts’ Photo Gallery2 days ago 19 Photos That Show Why Dexter’s Deli Is One of America’s Coolest Stores Behind the Pages1 week ago Podcast: Should You Carry Poop Bags Featuring the Faces of Donald Trump and Joe Biden?