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King Wholesale Announces Distribution of Fish 4 Dogs and Outback Tails


January 11, 2019

Press release: King Wholesale

King Wholesale Pet Supply is pleased to announce they now carry the Fish4Dogs line of premium, all-natural treats for dogs.

“Fish4Dogs.com is part of a growing list of manufacturers carried by King, who are committed to all natural, sustainable and nutritious products for today’s pet owners,” notes Heather Smith, CEO of King.

Fish4dogs (Berwick, PA and Worcestershire, England) boasts a line of fish-based premium dog treat products which are natural and healthy, gluten free, hypoallergenic and packed with naturally occurring Omega 3. Fish4dogs believes a palatable fish-rich diet is not only nutritious but can help with coat condition, skin condition, joint mobility, digestion, energy and brain and eye development.

King did not stop there, as they announced the decision to carry the line of pet accessories offered by Outback Tails of Sydney, Australia. Using only natural materials, Outback Tails has partnered with local, indigenous artists to offer quality, eco-friendly and uniquely designed accessory products for dogs.

Ms. Smith observes,” Outback Tails is an impressive company committed to supplying the pet accessory market with unique, organic products which reflect the desires of many of today’s pet owners. Their local collaborations with Aboriginal artists add to the uniqueness and originality of the product line.”

Ms. Smith went on to say that “King anticipates bringing on additional lines which reflect and meet the growing demand by pet owners for natural, pet nutrition and ecofriendly products. King also supplies products for groomers, trainers and breeders.”

King Wholesale has served the pet industry since 1987.

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