Fetch...for Pets! Teams Up with TurboPUP After Successful Pitch on Shark Tank



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Fetch...for Pets! has partnered with TurboPUP founder, Kristina Guerrero, who appeared on ABC’s popular show Shark Tank, and walked away with a $100,000 investment in her company. Fetch...for Pets! will be working with Guerrero and Shark Tank’s Daymond John, to manufacture, distribute and expand the TurboPUP’s line of complete K9 meals on the go.

 

Guerrero developed TurboPUP while she was on a ski trip with her dog Dunkan. She realized he was just as hungry as she was and fed him some of her own food, but worried it lacked proper nutrition. TurboPUP is a premium, lightweight, compact and complete K9 meal on the go, designed to sustain energy throughout the day.

 

TurboPUP bars are formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO dog food nutrition standards: with added vitamins, minerals and omega-3s. Made with 100-percent American-sourced, grain-free, all-natural, human-grade ingredients, the meal bars are safe for sensitive stomachs and are interchangeable with regular dog food. TurboPUP meal bars come in a one or two pack, and flavors include Bacon and Peanut Butter. 

 

“Fetch...for Pets could not be more excited about TurboPUP. There’s a real need for this product in the market, especially for consumers who are active or on the go with their dogs,” said Steven Shweky, president and CEO, Fetch...for Pets! “We are truly inspired by Kristina’s story and look forward to working with her and Daymond.” 

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