Dog Rocks Partners with Animal Supply to Increase Distribution

September 18, 2018

Dog Rocks recently sealed the deal to officially make Animal Supply Company (ASC) its newest distributor. The partnership is set to begin in September 2018 and will increase Dog Rocks’ distribution nationwide. Animal Supply Co. will sell both Dog Rocks bag sizes—200-gram and 600-gram—and will stock the inventory at the following warehouses: Bartlett, Fife, Stockton and Denver.

Brian Richardson, a representative from Animal Supply, says the distributor’s markets will embrace this product, and the company is excited about bringing Dog Rocks into its stores.

“Dog Rocks is a proven innovative natural product, so it was an easy decision to make especially with our customer base requesting it,” he said.

“We are thrilled that Dog Rocks has been on-boarded with Animal Supply Company, providing a greater depth of national distribution for pet specialty retailers,” Dog Rocks North American Sales Director Kim Goldsworthy said.

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