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Latest Releases … Just In Time for the Holidays

Check out these perfect holiday products.




Holiday Dinner

PORTLAND PET FOOD offers Grandma Ada’s Turkey & Yams Homestyle Dog Feast with Cranberries. It features all-natural, human-grade ingredients sourced from the Pacific Northwest.


Charity Bear

FLUFF & TUFF offers Nicholas Bear as its Holiday Charity Dog Toy for 2018. Friends to the Forlorn, Lost Dogs of Illinois and Heinz57 Pet Rescue & Transport will split the profits.


Bones & Chews

Packaged in a festive gingerbread house, the Holiday Gift Box from JONES NATURAL CHEWS contains an assortment of bones and chews raised, sourced and manufactured in the U.S.

$11.59 (8-ounce); $9.99 (1-pound)

Christmas Tree

A tree? That pups can chew on indoors? Yes! PLANET DOG’s Christmas Tree toy, made from durable, soft Orbee Tuff, even has an evergreen scent. The company also offers a L’Chaim ball for Hanukkah.


Pie for Pups

Not only are GRANDMA LUCY’s Pumpkin Pie Oven-Baked Dog Treats wheat-free, human-grade and USDA-organic certified, but the bag has a blank gift tag for personalization.

$7.99 (8-ounce)

Doggie Dessert

Pups won’t be able to resist the aroma of organic apples and cinnamon in LORD JAMESON DOG PATISSERIE’s Holiday Cobbler treats. Gluten-free rolled oats and organic peanut butter also are on the list of healthy ingredients.

$14.99 (6-ounce)

An Alternative Protein

With its new Chewy Cricket Treat, JIMINY’S offers another healthy, sustainable and humane alternative to grazing cattle and other meat sources. Cricket — high in protein, fiber and other nutrients — combines with sweet potato, peas and oats to make this low-calorie and delicious treat.

$11.90 (6-ounce)

Taurine to Add

With taurine deficiency in the news cycle again, customers may be asking for nutritional guidance. HERBSMITH’s veterinarian-developed Taurine Boost contains L-carnitine, taurine, omega-3 fatty acids and coenzyme Q10 to support cardiac health in dogs and cats, plus support immunity, and brain and eye health. It comes in 75-, 150- and 500-gram bottles.


Water with Gem

Humans who believe in the benefits of drinking crystal-infused water can now provide the same to their pets. Each CrownJuwel bowl from GEM-WATER features a glass vial of crystals meant to give a specific health boost: nephrite jade for vitality, brown agate for strength, clear quartz for awareness, peridot for balance and mangano calcite for social behavior. Available in natural white, slate gray and ocean blue, and made from “chew-proof” cornstarch and wood blend.


For Adventure Kitties

Cats who want to get out and about need not settle for small dog gear anymore, thanks to the Adventure Kitty Harness from RC Pets. Its air-mesh fabric offers breathability and comfort, with the adjustable neck and waist webbing providing a secure fit. It features a nickel-plated D-ring for the included matching leash. Available in black, teal and raspberry and in small, medium and large.


Multichannel Foods

Not only does RAISED RIGHT PETS use human-grade ingredients and safety standards to make stage-of-life meals for dogs and cats, it also offers The Right Way Retail Alliance to help stores benefit from online sales. The program allows brick-and-mortar retailers to offer online purchase and home delivery through the company’s subscription service. In return, the store receives a percentage of those purchases. Recipes come in beef and chicken for adults, puppies and kittens.

$19.99-$21.99 (2-pound)

Paw Protection

From WALKIN’ PETS BY HANDICAPPEDPETS.COM comes Walkin’ All-Weather Boots. Dogs of all abilities will appreciate the heavy-duty protection against extreme temps and rough surfaces. They feature a water-resistant but breathable shell, adjustable straps and drawstring closure, and non-skid rubber sole. These boots also can be used to prevent pups from licking their paws. Available in five sizes and in sets of four.





NASC Media Spotlight

At first it was just an idea: Animal supplements needed the same quality control that human-grade supplements receive. But that was enough to start a movement and an organization —the National Animal Supplement Council — that would be dedicated to establishing a comprehensive path forward for the animal supplements industry. In this Media Spotlight interview, NASC’s president, Bill Bookout, talks to PETS+ interviewer Chloe DiVita about the industry today: Where it’s headed, what’s the latest focus and why it’s vital to gain the involvement of independent pet product retailers.

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