Distributor Announcements: April 2013


Planet Dog (planetdog.com) has added Animal Supply Company and Holistic Pet Source as new distributors. The partnerships will help Planet Dog distribute its products on the West Coast, and in Mountain and Southeast states. Animal Supply Company provides weekly service to Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska, Alaska, Hawaii, and the Northern areas of California, Nevada and New Mexico. Holistic Pet Source serves independent retailers in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Louisiana and Tennessee.

Gentle Touch Pet Products (gentletouchproducts.com) has added Animal Supply Company as a distributor for the Western United States. Animal Supply Company will carry Gentle Touch Cat Litter and Gentle Touch Small Animal Bedding/Litter products in its trade territory. Gentle Touch Pet Products are made from a 100-percent all-natural Aspen wood pellet that has superior absorbency, and is fragrance and chemical free.

Fluff & Tuff (fluffandtuff.com) has added Collarways Ltd., as a distributor in the United Kingdom. The company’s products will be marketed and sold throughout the U.K. Fluff & Tuff, makers of high-quality plush, durable dog toys, launched in the U.S. in 2010.

(nootie.com) has partnered with RFG Distributing Inc. and Pet Food Experts to extend distribution in the Eastern, Northeastern and Midwest U.S. territories. Nootie offers lines of pet grooming products, as well as a line of soft-moist grain-free treats.

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