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Cardinal Pet Care to Highlight Calming and Organic Products at Global Pet Expo 2018

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(PRESS RELEASE) ORLANDO, FL – Visitors to Cardinal Pet Care’s booth #2455 at Global Pet Expo, held here March 21-23, 2018, will immediately notice two eye-catching displays resembling wooden carts. 

One of these cart displays, decorated in attractive blue and lavender and called the “Calming Lavender Center,” features two of Cardinal’s newest products – Remedy+Recovery Calming Lavender Mist and Calming Lavender Mist E-Collar Kit.  The second cart, decked out in vibrant green, bears the header “Organic Treats” and contains the company’s new Crazy Dog Train-Me! Organic Treats.

Cardinal is showcasing Calming Lavender Mist and Crazy Dog Organic Treats at Global because they are standout products that fill a niche among today’s pet product consumers, said Tom Wien, Director of Marketing for the Azusa, CA-based company.  “Products that are safe and effective in keeping dogs calm are very much in demand today, especially as pets have become more a part of family life,” said Wien. “It’s also well documented that the market for organic pet foods and treats is growing quite rapidly.  Cardinal is proud to have developed innovative products that target both of these categories, which we will be focusing on at Global. 

The Remedy+Recovery Calming Lavender Mist E-Collar Kit is a first-of-its-kind product that makes it easy to turn any E-collar into a calming collar. The kit consists of a 4-oz. bottle of Calming Lavender Mist and a set of four replaceable disks. Users simply spray two of the disks with Calming Lavender Mist and then attach them to the collar, where their vapors will have a relaxing effect on the dog.  Simple to use, the disks will work with any recovery or E-collar. “For retailers, the E-Collar Kit should be an easy add-on sale to customers who buy recovery collars,” noted Wien.  

A gentle but effective calming spray, Remedy+Recovery Calming Lavender Mist contains two botanical relaxing agents: Lavender and Valerian Oil. Long valued for its calming properties, Lavender has recently been shown in studies to produce “significant antianxiety effects,” according to the National Institutes of Health. The easy-to-apply spray is available in 4-oz, bottles and features attractive blue and white packaging.

Also featured at Global will be Crazy Dog Train-Me! Organic Treats, organic versions of the company’s popular original Train-Me! Treats.  Each package of Crazy Dog Organic Treats bears a “Certified Organic” seal from Oregon Tilth, affirming that the meat in the treats meets strict standards. Like the original Crazy Dog Train-Me! Treats, which have been recommended by thousands of professional trainers nationwide, the new organic varieties have an irresistible taste to dogs because they’re made with real meat.  They are available in Beef and Chicken flavors and in Mini (4 oz. package) and Regular (16 oz. package) sizes.

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See these and other products, including a new smaller 0.5-oz. jar of Remedy+Recovery Professional Groomers Styptic Powder, at Cardinal Pet Care’s Booth #2455 at Global Pet Expo.

To view Cardinal’s 2018 product catalog, visit www.cardinalpet.com/2018-catalog

 

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Holistic Care Webinar Replay Available Online

Topics include CBD, herbs, essential oils, and supplements.

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(PRESS RELEASE) On Nov. 2, CBD Dog Health’s founder Angela Ardolino partnered with Gregori Lukas of THEO Pet Grocery to host CBD Sessions. The free educational event featured a panel of holistic veterinarians including Dr. Gerald Buchoff, Dr. Beth Hirsch and Billy Hoekman from Answers Pet Food. The panel and presentation include information on how to holistically care for both cats and dogs with CBD, herbs, essential oils and supplements.

Pet parents who tuned in live can see their questions answered by the panel. Answers include information about Cushing’s disease, endocrine disorders, gut health, diet changes, diarrhea and constipation, what full-spectrum hemp oil means and why it is important.

To see the replay, click here. To learn more about safely caring for your pet with holistic methods, visit angelaardolino.com

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Feeders Supply Opens a Third Location in Lexington, KY

It has 24 locations across Kentucky and Southern Indiana.

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(PRESS RELEASE) Feeders Supply Company, “The Pet Lovers Store,” has announced the opening of its third location in Lexington, KY, in the Millpond Shopping Center. To celebrate, Feeders Supply is having a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Nov. 13th, followed by a five-day grand opening festivity.

“We are excited to increase Feeders Supply’s presence in Lexington,” said Brannon Dixon, CEO of Feeders Supply Company. “Our third location confirms our commitment to provide premium products to Lexington area pet lovers. Feeders Supply is proud to be Kentucky owned and operate for over 60 years.”

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The newest Lexington location features more than 11,000 square feet of space, with four private self-serve pet wash stations, expansive fish department, obedience training for dogs, plus a community event space to host adoption events with Lexington Humane Society and other local rescue organizations.

To kick-off the grand opening, the first 30 customers each day from Nov. 13 -17 will receive a gift bag filled with premium products, $5 pet washes, and will be able to enter in-store giveaways, such as six months of free dog or cat food. Winners will be announced through Feeders Supply’s Facebook page.

Feeders Supply is dedicated to carrying a great selection of pet food with advances in nutrition and an expanded collection of supplies for pets. Each Feeders Supply associate goes through extensive training to help pet lovers identify the right products for their pets.

Feeders Supply has 24 locations across Kentucky and Southern Indiana.

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VA and Pet Partners Combine Efforts to Bring Therapy Animal Services to More Veterans

The partnership will provide veteran communities with volunteer opportunities.

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(PRESS RELEASE) The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has announced it is partnering with the nonprofit organization Pet Partners to help improve quality of life, social engagement and health of veterans through increased access of animal-assisted activities and animal-assisted therapy services throughout the VA health care system.

Pet Partners and the VA will train therapy animal teams and encourage VA medical facilities to establish and expand trained therapy animal visitation and AAA and AAT programs to give patients the sense of connection, comfort and joy that comes from spending time with animals.

“This partnership will add to the health care services and programs VA offers to veterans, as emerging research recognizes the positive effects interactions with animals can have on patients,” said VA Secretary Robert Wilkie. “VA’s work with Pet Partners will help veterans support well-being through animal-assisted activities and therapy, which research shows can be very beneficial.”

The partnership will also provide veteran communities with volunteer opportunities and integrate veterans and their families into Pet Partners activities and events.

According to a wide range of research and studies, the human-animal bond can lead to lower blood pressure, reduced risk for cardiovascular disease, and lessened anxiety, pain, and loneliness. Time with therapy animals not only promotes physical and mental health but also supports wellness across variables such as social interaction, rate of recovery and personal motivation.

va.gov/healthpartnerships, petpartners.org

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