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Metro Paws Introduces the Perfect Addition to Your Store’s Celebration Section

The Metro Paws Pawty Box gives customers a fun — and convenient — way to treat their pets.




(PRESS RELEASE) When it comes to creating show-stoppers, Metro Paws knows a few things. As an innovator of chic, eco-friendly pet essentials, the company announces its latest: the Metro Paws Pawty Box! A pawfect addition to your store’s celebration section, the Metro Paws Pawty Box gives customers a fun—and convenient—way to treat their pets; it takes your favorite Metro Paws products as well as several exclusive goodies and places them in a sprinkles-covered box. No need to wrap anything. Plus, they’ll get an array of products for only $20.

Available for both big and small pups, each box features 5 exciting goodies: 3 pet-safe Metro Pawty Balls (Mini Metro Pawty Balls for small dogs), 3 thick and durable Metro Wipes, 4 ULTRA degradable Pawty Poopy Packs, a festive paper Pawty Hat, and an easy-to-clean Pawty Bandana. The exterior has a blank label for customers to write the pup’s name. Learn more about the Metro Paws Pawty Box and order boxes for your store by contacting

About Metro Paws

Metro Paws is a designer and wholesaler of pet products sold in over 1,500 independent stores globally that do not sell animals. Family-owned and managed with over 13 years in the business, Metro Paws is known as an innovator in luxury and pet product designs, transforming boring mundane products into fun and colorful products. The creators of the Poopy Packs, the only 4 color designer dog waste bags, Metro Balls, the only 2 color non-toxic tennis balls, Metro Bliss, organic Silvervine nip and sticks, and the Poopcase, the only MADE in USA compostable dog waste bag holder, Metro Paws is dedicated to making the best quality, colorful, eco-friendly products for pet parents everywhere. For more info about Metro Paws, please visit



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