Press Releases Choice Pet Products Partners with Benebone Choice to offer Benebone’s line of chew toys within distribution network. Published 1 month ago on December 17, 2020 By Press Releases Share Tweet (PRESS RELEASE) NORTH PORT, FL — Choice Pet Products, a distributor of pet brands and products, announces the addition of Benebone, a manufacturer of chew toys for dogs, to its distribution portfolio. “Were thrilled to be adding the Benebone brand to the Choice Pet Products lineup,” said Choice Pet Products Vice President of Sales and Operations Doug Horiski. “Many of our retailers are familiar with the Benebone brand and we believe they will be happy to now have the option to purchase Benebone products from their local distributor.” Benebones are a top-selling chew toy for dogs. They are created in the USA, contain no chemicals or artificial flavors, and are made with USA-sourced super strong nylon infused with real bacon, white meat chicken, real peanuts, or maple wood. “Choice Pet Products and Benebone are a great fit. We are both privately owned and operate businesses committed to the growth of pet specialty retailers,” said Benebone CEO Peter Toolan. “We both foster a culture of delighting customers, excelling in our markets, and having fun doing it. Above all, while not the biggest, we both consider ourselves to be the best in our respective markets. We’re looking forward to a fun and rewarding journey together.” There are 5 basic designs including Wishbone, their flagship product; Dental Chews, contain ridges to keep dog’s teeth clean; Maplestick/Bacon Stick, durable fetch toys; Zagler, which rolls around inviting a pup to chase; and the Pawplexer, with a unique center section that is perfect for holding a bully stick, jerky, or other treat. Benebones are available in five sizes including giant, large, medium, small, and tiny. They also have puppy versions made of softer material that are specially designed for teething puppies. Advertisement Related Topics:Choice Pet ProductsLatest News Top click to Comment(Comment) Advertisement You may like Choice Pet Products Welcomes New Territory Manager to the Team Whippet ‘Bourbon’ Wins Best In Show at 20th AKC National Championship Open Farm Receives $65M in Private Equity Investment Promoted Headlines Let’s Hear it for the Comfort Zone Tall Tails Category Spotlight: Terry Naturally® Animal Health Category Spotlight: eTailPet Advertisement Latest Trending Videos Press Releases1 day ago Two Companies from Bend Oregon Team Up for the 2021 Stage Stop Sled Dog Race Press Releases1 day ago New Tiki Cat Grill Pate Wet Cat Food Features Real Fish & Seafood Recipes in Broth Press Releases1 day ago Choice Pet Products Welcomes New Territory Manager to the Team Headlines4 days ago Open Farm Receives $65M in Private Equity Investment Photo Gallery1 week ago How Indie Pet Stores Are Celebrating — and Selling — Valentine’s Day Press Releases1 week ago Lightspeed Launches Supplier Network for Independent Retailers Trace's Store School2 months ago Video: Trace’s Store School: How to Build Community — and Grow Revenue — with Other Businesses Trace's Store School2 months ago Video: Trace’s Store School: Get Ready for Black Friday and Small-Business Saturday Trace's Store School2 months ago Video: Trace’s Store School Teaches You How to Start a Produce Co-Op for Pets Advertisement SubscribeBULLETINS Get the most important newsand business ideas from PETS+. Advertisement Most Popular Headlines4 days ago Open Farm Receives $65M in Private Equity Investment Photo Gallery1 week ago How Indie Pet Stores Are Celebrating — and Selling — Valentine’s Day Press Releases1 week ago Lightspeed Launches Supplier Network for Independent Retailers Columns1 week ago Shelf Appeal: 5 Things to Consider When Choosing Products for Your Pet Store Hot Sellers1 week ago Holiday Toys, Bird Perches and Spa Treatments Among the Hot Sellers for November Headlines5 days ago Mars Petcare Plans $145M Expansion in Arkansas Press Releases1 week ago Coastal Pet Institutes Authorized Seller Policy Ask PETS+1 week ago What Do You Do When Employees from Other Pet Stores Come Into Your Store?