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Dogness Products Now Available on HomeDepot.com

It has built an integrated sales platform across all channels.

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(PRESS RELEASE) DONGGUAN, CHINA — Dogness (International) Corporation (“Dogness” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: DOGZ), a developer and manufacturer of a comprehensive line of Dogness-branded, OEM and private label pet products, announced availability of its products on HomeDepot.com, including the Dogness 3.2L Smart Fountain Plus and its smart retractable leashes.

Dogness’ sleek, easy to use 3.2L Smart Fountain Plus features an automatic flow of clean water to remove foul odors and tastes that are all too common with traditional water bowls, while encouraging pets to drink more. Dogness’ highly-rated smart retractable leashes, which come in a variety of colors, are designed with a durable stainless steel switching device to withstand pulling strength five times that of a pet’s weight. The ergonomic handle adds both comfort and control.

Dogness has built an integrated sales platform across all channels, with major customers including, Anyi Trading, Petco, Trendspark, PetSmart, Pet Value, Walmart, Target, IKEA, SimplyShe, Pets at Home, PETZL, and Petmate, and online shopping platforms, such as Amazon, Chewy.com, Target.com, Loews.com, Wayfair.com, JD, Tmall and Taobao, as well as live streaming sales platforms hosted by influencers.

Silong Chen, chairman and chief executive officer of Dogness, commented, “We are building momentum through innovation, product excellence and by getting in front of customers in the retail and online platforms they are most comfortable using. Pet ownership is universal and we want to be wherever customers are shopping so they can also purchase one of our intelligent pet products or something from our traditional product portfolio. We continue to benefit from strong demand and we are focussed on expanding our market share, as we work to build increased shareholder value.”

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