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Only An Ocean Makes Waves at Global Pet Expo

See them at booth #5226.




(PRESS RELEASE) NORTH CHARLESTON, SC – Only An Ocean, invites you to its booth (#5226) to discover its latest ‘Wave’ of new partner brands and products.

Cheryl Pedersen, co-founder said, “The Global Pet Expo is a great opportunity for Only An Ocean to display product lines from Beco, PetDreamHouse, Max & Molly, PoochieBells, Hownd, Southern Dog and the Happy Mutt Nut Company in our ocean-themed interactive booth. Visit with us and fish for prizes in our ‘ocean ball pit’.”

Put on your best inner tube and step inside its interactive ocean-styled ball pit. Use its fishing nets to skillfully collect the floating bottles, each with a special prize worth wading in for. For every bottle cleaned from its ocean ball pit, Only An Ocean will donate one hour of employee beach cleanup time through the My Coast Program.

The news from its partner brands includes:

  • Beco, a UK company, is launching a new range of eleven (11) new eco-friendly toys to complement its existing eco-friendly product line.
  • PetDreamHouse, a UK company, has expanded its line of interactive slow feeders with interchangeable, recycled plastic inserts to their award-winning SPIN bowls.
  • Max & Molly, a German company, is introducing two(2) new products: the Gotcha! Tag utilizing Google Geo-tracking technology to reunite any ‘lost ‘ dog and its owners, and Soundshield, a next-generation ultrasonic flea and tick tag along with 6 new styles to its dog and cat collar line.
  • The Happy Mutt Nut from the UK is launching Doggie Dippers and Nibbly Bitz, a heart-healthy peanut snack product line, a delicious and fun snack to share with your pet in an ‘on the go’ practical packaging
  • The Southern Dog Company, a US Company, rolls out an entire line of dog accessories: bow ties with a proper ‘southern flair’ for the distinctive dog.




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