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SodaPup Announces ‘Unstoppables’ Stoppers for Enrichment Toys

They are designed to work with SodaPup rubber treat dispensers.

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(PRESS RELEASE) BOULDER, CO — SodaPup Founder and CEO, Adam Baker announced the launch of SodaPup’s new Unstoppables stoppers for use with its SodaPup rubber enrichment toys.

“Since our founding in 2013, SodaPup has been very focused on the enrichment category. Our range includes over 25 unique rubber treat dispenser designs.” Baker said. “One of the things we’ve learned from watching consumers is that they love to put wet recipes inside of our treat dispensers, but it’s a messy affair because the toys leak and tip over in the freezer.” Baker continued. “Our unstoppables are an ingenious solution for this problem. They are both a plug to prevent leakage and also a stand to keep the toys upright when filling and when in the freezer.”

SodaPup unstoppables are designed to work with SodaPup rubber treat dispensers which have a uniform sized vent hole across designs. The unstoppables are sold in an assorted 4-pack and features designs that are miniatures of SodaPup toys including a paw, a butterfly, a mandala and a heart. Unstoppables will be available at independent pet retail stores in the US and around the world.

“Unstoppables are a perfect illustration of what SodaPup stands for.” Baker concluded. “By putting the consumer at the center of everything we do we create functional designs that solve a problem and hopefully put a smile on the consumers face in the process.”

SodaPup specializes in the design, development, sales and marketing of innovative American made molded products including rubber dog toys, nylon dog toys, TPE dog toys, lick mats and other feeding systems. SodaPup is committed to the development of high quality, American-made products that are innovative, safe, and environmentally friendly.

Get Unstoppables here.

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