WHIMZEES Participates in Sand Sculpting Festival



WHIMZEES created a giant alligator shaped sculpture, modeled after its alligator dental treat, at the Revere Beach International Sand Sculpting Festival.


“Our alligator shaped doggie dental treats remind us to have fun and be playful all summer long, even when it comes to their dental care,” said Kristof Vlaeminck, senior director of global brand marketing for WHIMZEES. “Creating a larger-than-life alligator-shaped sand sculpture was the perfect way to celebrate the best of summer and our dog’s health and happiness all at once. All of our natural daily dental treats are designed for optimal cleaning of dogs’ teeth, and the adorable shape makes pet parents love WHIMZEES just as much as their dogs do.”


The annual festival, held this year on July 26 – 28, draws over one million attendees. The WHIMZEES-sponsored alligator sculpture was designed by sculptors Meredith Corson Doubleday and Dan Doubleday and constructed over the course of 30 hours. The alligator stands at three feet tall and 10 feet long and took approximately five tons of sand to construct. 


The brand passed out samples at its booth during the festival, and gave attendees the chance to enter a giveaway to win a special prize pack, which included WHIMZEES alligator dental treats. 


The maker of all-natural, non-GMO daily dental treats for dogs aims to provide “Triple Care Dental Health” by helping to reduce tartar, plaque and bad breath.


WHIMZEES are available in 32 countries around the world throughout North America, South America, Central America, Asia Pacific and Europe. The product contains no artificial ingredients, colors, flavors, preservatives, gluten, wheat, grain, GMOs or meat.


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