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Bow Wow Labs Awarded Best New Emerging Brand at SuperZoo

“That was a truly game changing show and winning ‘Best New Emerging Brand’ was simply the icing on the cake!”




(PRESS RELEASE) LAS VEGAS, NV — Bow Wow Labs, one of the leading innovators in the pet care industry, has been presented with the title of “Best New Emerging Brand” at the 2022 SuperZoo in Las Vegas.

SuperZoo is the most-attended pet industry trade show in North America, established by World Pet Association in 1950. From Aug. 23-25, 2022, over 17,000 attendees and 1020 exhibitors gathered at The Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, NV, for educational and buying opportunities from the most exceptional brands in the pet industry today.

“That was a truly game changing show,” stated Michael D. London, Chairman/CEO of Bow Wow Labs, “and winning ‘Best New Emerging Brand’ was simply the icing on the cake!”

In 2022 alone, Bow Wow Labs has created and launched the innovative 4in1 Enzymatic Dental Care Line for pets. The 4in1 Enzymatic Toothpaste prevents plaque formation, eliminates harmful bacteria, soothes gums, and freshens your dog’s breath at the same time. For the ultimate brushing experience for both dog and owner, use the 4in1 Enzymatic Toothpaste with the 4in1 Toothbrush. The 4in1Toothbrush’s patented four-head design allows for quick, efficient, and effective cleaning that is also complete and thorough.

Bow Wow Labs also relaunched their classic chew stick apparatus, The Bow Wow Buddy. In September 2022, Bow Wow Labs will be launching their new Collagen Sticks! Bow Wow Labs’ Collagen Sticks are only made with collagen and are the high protein, single-ingredient, long-term chew that will not just be a delicious and healthy snack for dogs, but also provide oral health benefits, and support joint and skin health. The Collagen Sticks fit perfectly in Bow Wow Labs’ Bow Wow Buddy as well.

Retailers can find out how to carry Bow Wow Labs’ high-quality products here.


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