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Founding Fathers Dog Treats to Support Military Families


October 23, 2018

Press release: Founding Fathers Dog Treats

Founding Fathers Dog Treats will be available at retail locations throughout the United States beginning January 2019. Half of the profits from Founding Fathers Dog Treats will be donated to two National organizations that support American military families. These organizations are The Folds of Honor, who support the families of fallen and wounded soldiers with educational scholarships, and The American Legion, the largest veteran’s service organization in the world.

Utilizing high quality, real meat protein, Founding Fathers Dog Treats offer three soft and chewy meat varieties: chicken, beef, and lamb. The treats are high in protein and nutritionally fortified with natural ingredients. Each 16 oz package honors American military service dog heroes who have served obediently to protect our troops in times of conflict.

Founding Fathers Dog Treats enters the dog treat industry as treats continue to grow in popularity at major pet, grocery, and general merchandise retailers. Packaged Facts estimates the U.S. pet industry, which includes pet products and services, at $86 billion with overall sales of pet products and services rising almost 5% last year (Source: Packaged Facts; Mar. 12, 2018).

“I founded the company to create superior, American made products that supports American military families with what I consider to be a heroic level of giving,” said Phil Knutsen, CEO.

“We hope Founding Fathers will become the dog treat of choice for patriotic dog lovers who believe their dogs are worth it.”

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