Pet King Brands Selects "Love For All Pets" Contest Winners



Pet King Brands, Inc. revealed the "Love for All Pets" contest winners.  

The grand prize winner is Operator, a domestic short-haired cat owned by Nicole C. of Philadelphia, Pa.

Other winners include Jazzmine, a domestic short-haired cat owned by Jennette S. of Oakland, Calif., who came in second place, and third place winners are Daisy Mae, a Bernese Mountain Dog owned by Crystal T. of Lebanon, Pa. and Stealer, a Pomeranian owned by Julie C. of Olympia, Wash.

As part of Pet King Brands 20th anniversary, the contest "Love for All Pets" ran from Sept. 1, 2019 through Nov. 30, 2019. The winners were selected out of 381 pets entered from across the nation, by a group of esteemed judges. The judging panel comprised of Arden Moore, a renowned animal behavior and pet safety coach, speaker, author of 26 best-selling books, and radio host of Pet Life Radio show, Oh Behave; Dr. Lindsay Butzer, a practicing veterinarian who publishes a popular YouTube channel – Doctor Lindsay – which focuses on pet health care and tips; and Marika Meeks, author, advocate and blogger of IncrediBull Stella.  

"This was a great opportunity for us all to reflect on the life-changing love between pets and their people," said Pamela Bosco, Pet King Brands president and founder. "We were amazed at the number of entries and all of the heartfelt stories that were shared. It was a great way to celebrate our company's 20th anniversary and love story that started with the love for my Elizabeth."

The "Love for All Pets" contest theme was chosen in honor of a special love between Bosco and her German Shepherd Elizabeth who inspired the development of the company's flagship product, ZYMOX. Over 20 years ago ZYMOX helped Elizabeth find relief from painful, chronic ear infections and has helped pets nationwide find relief from ear and skin health issues.


Edit ModuleShow Tags

Archive »Related Content

Gold Paw Series Donates Portion of Summer Proceeds to Nonprofits

The donations will go towards rebuilding small businesses in Minneapolis after recent unrest.

Is Your Dog Older or Younger Than You Think?

According to a new study, the equation to determine a dog's true age is more complicated than just multiplying by seven.

Teddy the Dog Apparel Reveals New Face Mask Collection

The company offers apparel and accessories for dog lovers.
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags