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Pet Companies Petralyte and Fuzzy Partner

Aim is to bring awareness to pet hydration.

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(PRESS RELEASE) NEW YORK — Petralyte, a veterinarian-formulated electrolyte supplement specially created for dogs, announced a new partnership with Fuzzy, a subscription-based pet health care company blending telehealth veterinary care with vet-curated products and offerings. Fuzzy’s membership-based platform will offer Petralyte directly to members, and Fuzzy’s in-house veterinarians will work with Petralyte’s team to educate pet parents on pet hydration and health. For a limited time, Petralyte customers get a seven-day free trial to Fuzzy, which includes a complimentary nutrition consultation with the Fuzzy Veterinary Support Team via chat or video. The partnership comes at a time when pet hydration awareness is crucial, as many pets struggle during the sweltering summer months.

“Pet electrolyte supplementation, along with adequate hydration, is one of the best methods for preventing heat exhaustion, stress, and strokes. Preemptively using electrolytes gives pet parents the chance to avoid costly ER bills to remedy these issues,” notes Dr. Cherice Roth, Fuzzy’s chief veterinary officer. “By offering Petralyte to Fuzzy members, particularly those in areas impacted by record-breaking heat this season, we are empowering pet parents to take their pets’ health outcomes into their own hands,” she adds.

Dehydration is an extremely common issue among animals and can lead to serious health complications. Petralyte was created to combat this issue after co-founders Akash Appachi and Alexander Osbourne’s pets experienced dehydration first-hand. After searching for a similar product with no luck they created Petralyte, an on-the-go electrolyte formula designed for pets and packed with important nutrients that address multiple health issues and benefits.

“As a dog owner it is sometimes difficult to find the right healthcare for your pet. Fuzzy not only educates users on how to best care for pets but also offers products that their veterinarians have fully tested and vetted themselves,” says Petralyte Co-Founder Akash Appachi. “Hydration is vital in all pets, and we are excited to help owners further enhance their pets’ health through Fuzzy,” he adds.

Petralyte and Fuzzy will work together to assist pet owners in protecting their pups with Petralyte’s electrolyte products and Fuzzy’s 24/7 access to a team of veterinary support that can educate pet parents on early warning signs of dehydration and heat exhaustion. With an extreme spike in dog adoptions, new pet parents need trusted resources to answer their urgent pet health questions, advice on important preventative and in-the-moment care decisions, and vet-recommended products personalized for their pets’ wellbeing. Fuzzy’s exceptional team of veterinarians test each and every product they recommend to members to offer a vet-curated selection of the best products on the market. Both Fuzzy and Petralyte are committed to empowering pet parents to be more consistent and proactive in managing their pets’ health, ultimately decreasing the need for costly in-person emergency vet visits and preventable health issues that may occur later in life.

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