February 8, 2017

Pet Product Innovations, LLC of Des Plaines, Illinois, has been appointed the exclusive U.S. distributor of QCHEFS natural dental dog chews by its manufacturer, QMilk Deutschland GmbH of Hannover, Germany.

“We are currently selling in 35 countries but did not have a partner in the largest and most important market in the world–the United States,” QMilk founder and inventor Anke Domaske said. “We selected Pet Product Innovations, LLC because of its record of success with high quality, innovative products, its extensive distribution relationships and its complete belief in the QCHEFS products.”

The common ingredient in all of QCHEFS’ products is casein, which is a lactose-free protein derived from milk. Domaske, who studied microbiology in the U.S. and Germany, invented and patented the process which allows casein to be used in dog dental chews. She also invented a process to turn casein into fabric.

The QCHEFS line includes a puffed chews and sticks, puffed cheese sticks and rolls as well as hard cheese chews. David Levy, owner of Pet Product Innovations, LLC said he believes the QCHEFS line of dental chews is revolutionary.

“Many people may not realize that studies have been conducted on humans and the results prove that casein reduces plaque, tartar and the bacteria that cause plaque and tartar while also remineralizing tooth enamel,” Levy said. “QCHEFS’s patented process allows these unique properties to be utilized in a high-quality canine dental chew. It’s patented, effective and made in Germany. There’s nothing else like it on the market.”

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