March 2, 2016

Einstein Pets will launch their all-natural dog treat brand at Global Pet Expo, which will take place from March 16 to 18 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.

Einstein Pets will be showcasing their new line of treats at booth #5271.

Einstein Pets are all-natural dog treats made using fresh, human-grade ingredients and are baked from scratch in small batches. No chemicals, preservatives, wheat, soy or corn are included.

All of the treats are made with chia seeds and oats as the first ingredient. They are produced in the U.S.A.

“It’s our mission to guide Einstein to be a company with a conscience, focused on delivering happiness by feeding the world dogs great heart-healthy, hand-crafted natural treats, while also making a positive difference in dogs’ lives,” said Kelly Ison, president and CEO of Einstein Pets, “The Einstein Pets team cannot wait to bring our passion and love for pet health to Global Pet Expo, and we are very excited to launch our new treat brand at this year’s show!”

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