Pet Palette, a national distributor of wholesale pet products, has recently formed a distribution partnership with Luv Tails, created by the award-winning pet industry professionals and co-founders of Dogs Love Kale and The Dog Pillow Company. Pet Palette will be carrying their new Pupsiclez Pooch Ice Pops; the first ever shelf stable, individually wrapped, freeze-at-home ice pops for dogs.
Pupsiclez were formulated by a food scientist and veterinarian with the goal of meeting the highest industry standards. They are 100% sourced and made in the U.S.A from natural, functional, human grade ingredients. The treats are very low calorie at just 2 kcal per treat, with no added sugars or fillers.
The freeze-at-home treats are available in two flavors: Peanut Butter & Apple with Turmeric and Pumpkin & Banana with Mint. Pupsiclez retail for $11.99 and bring no added frozen storage costs to retailers, due to being shelf stable. They are individually wrapped for convenience with a window on the back of the pouch to view the frozen product.
“We couldn’t be more excited to partner with Pet Palette,” said Dawn Ward, VP of Luv Tails. “As one of the top distributors in the Pet Industry, Pet Palette has earned respect from retailers, salespeople, and industry professionals alike. They’re super excited to bring our Pupsiclez nationwide and we couldn’t be happier.”
Pet Palette is currently the only national distributor of Pupsiclez and the brand can be found on the newly renovated petpalette.com. Pet Palette is a family-owned, independent retailer-focused national wholesale distributor that offers a low $99 minimum order, free shipping after $349, and top of the line products that are generally not available to the mass market.
“We’re very excited to partner with Luv Tails on this great new product. With recent record temperatures from coast to coast, the product couldn’t have become available at a better time,” said Ron Metzger, president and COO of Pet Palette. “Dogs love a cooling treat as much as their people do on a hot and humid day.”