World’s Best Cat Litter is giving cat lovers the power to donate thousands of pounds of litter for free with just one click in its latest round of GiveLitter.
Iams, a brand of Franklin, Tenn.-based Mars Petcare US, has launched Iams Oral Care Complete Cat Food.
Ainsworth Pet Nutrition, manufacturer of the Rachael Ray Nutrish line of pet food and treats, has partnered with Spotify to sponsor four of the music streaming service’s popular playlists throughout 2017 as part of its “Moments that Matter” campaign.
Nestle Purina and the Westminster Kennel Club have begun a 10-year agreement making Purina Pro Plan the exclusive pet food sponsor of the world-famous dog show.
The Hartz Mountain Corp. has selected Tatsuya Suto as its new president and CEO.
The crispy baked treats are gluten-free and will be available in three limited ingredient flavors: Peas & Chicken (peas, brown rice and seasoned with dehydrated chicken and sunflower oil), Peas & Beef (peas, brown rice and seasoned with dehydrated beef and sunflower oil) and Peas & Cheese (peas, brown rice and seasoned with Himalayan yak cheese and sunflower oil).
Worldwise announced the official acquisition of SHERPA, a pet tote, carrier and accessories brand.
Nestlé Purina and local pet shelters launched the “Consider A Shelter Pet” campaign to make sure residents of the St. Louis region get to know shelter pets as happy, healthy, lifelong companions.
Nielsen has recognized Milk-Bone Brushing Chews and Arm & Hammer Clump & Seal on its 2016 list of Breakthrough Innovation Award winners.
The newest offerings include toys for cats and beds for dogs.
Nestlé Purina PetCare helped the Urban Resource Institute open Manhattan’s first dog park in a domestic violence shelter.
Freshpet will add 32,000 square feet to its Freshpet Kitchens in Bethlehem, Pa., in 2016.
Bloomfield, N.J.-based Ethical Products Inc. debuted an updated logo for its more than 60-year-old Spot brand. The new logo features the word “SPOT” inside the familiar red circle, with the tagline “We Love Pets” to communicate the company’s commitment to pets.
Eagle, Idaho-based PetAction Plus introduced its flea and tick product for dogs and cats in stores nationwide, including Walmart and Sam’s Club.
Knoxville, Tenn.-based Radio Systems Corporation’s PetSafe brand donated $20,000 to Peaceful Kingdom, a non-profit group that moves pets from over-crowded East Tennessee shelters to under-capacity shelters in the North.
San Rafael, Calif.-based Worldwise, maker of SmartyKat and TrustyPup branded pet products, has acquired Quaker Pet Group (QPG) and its popular dog toy and pet carrier brands. The two companies will operate on the Worldwise platform.
Pet ‘n Shape launches larger packages of the All-Natural Chicken Feet in 1-lb. and 2-lb. tubs.
Muscatine, Iowa-based World’s Best Cat Litter has partnered with four Internet celebrity cats to launch another round of the GiveLitter cat charity, which allows online cat lovers to donate 50,000 pounds of litter to shelter cats with just the click of a mouse.
Secaucus, N.J.-based Hartz launched a national consumer campaign—No F&T—to educate pet owners on the importance of year-round flea and tick protection.
Los Angeles-based Mammoth Pet Products has updated its website as part of the toy manufacturer’s celebration of its 20th year in business.